It's My Party - Lesley Gore 
Tuesday, 1 October, 2013, 05:29 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Lesley Gore Its My Party Original Cover Artwork of Lesley Gore Its My Party It's My Party, and I'll cry if I want to. That's what Lesley Gore told us in her 1963 version of this song. The cover though gives no indication of why Ms Goldstein would be crying at the party. The remixed cover gives us an insight into what is happening at the party and now much more becomes clearer. She is crying because the two naked babes at the bar have taken Johnnie away - easy to see how that could happen!
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Gold - Spandau Ballet 
Monday, 30 September, 2013, 05:08 - Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Spandau Ballet Gold Original Cover Artwork of Spandau Ballet Gold The cover of this 1983 song from Spandau Ballet fails in so many ways, it's difficult to know where to begin. For starters, the title of the song is Gold but the cover has no gold on it. None at all. Neither does it show any of the band members. And so it does nothing to connect the viewer with the title or the band. The remixed cover remedies at least one of these as we see a group of naked babes who have all been painted gold. Why are they gold? Why not listen to the song and find out - you see how a good cover draws you in?
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Waterfalls - Stooshe 
Sunday, 29 September, 2013, 05:04 - Singles Of The 2010s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Stooshe Waterfalls Original Cover Artwork of Stooshe Waterfalls Like many a time here at AllBum.Art a remix of the cover art of a song has been spurred on, not by the original artwork, but by a single picture that just deserved to grace the front of a cover. This is the case with this remix of the 2012 cover of TLC's Waterfalls by British band Stooshe. Originally the remix was going to be of the TLC version but this cover version has introduced us to the sexy trio of talent from England whose single seems more appropriately positioned for a remix than the original. What do you think?
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Where The Streets Have No Name - U2 
Saturday, 28 September, 2013, 05:59 - Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of U2 Where The Streets Have Name Original Cover Artwork of U2 Where The Streets Have Name Where, indeed, do the streets have no name, that is the question we should be asking. But this question is not answered by the cover of U2's 1987 single Where The Streets Have No Name. We could only think of one place where the streets have no name, and that would be where no-one cares what the name is because there is something more important to distract them from this inane question. Something like, for example, a naked chick standing on the street in question. And hey, that's what the remixed single cover shows. How great is that?
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Macarena - Los Del Rio 
Friday, 27 September, 2013, 05:54 - Singles Of The 1990s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Los Del Rio Macarena Original Cover Artwork of Los Del Rio Macarena The Macarena was a world-wide dance craze in the mid 1990s, brought to us by the power of three old Spanish crooners called Los Del Rio. The dance involved folding your arms every which way (but loose) and then, after some arm flailing, a couple of jumps to take you through 90 degrees to point in a different direction completed the moves and you begin again. The cover, oh dear! No sign of what to do. The remix shows some girls in mid-Macarena and gives you an idea of why the dance was so successful, especially in holiday resorts up and down the coast.
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Walk Like An Egyptian - The Bangles 
Thursday, 26 September, 2013, 05:50 - Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Bangles Walk Egyptian Original Cover Artwork of Bangles Walk Egyptian Walk Like An Egyptian is the well known single from LA band The Bangles. The cover of their 1986 single leaves a lot to be desired, though. Not only does it not contain a picture of the sexy band members themselves (which would surely have been sufficient for the cover not to require a remix), but it does not show any signs of walking. The remix shows how modern Egyptians walk, which is to say they don't - instead they just lean around, topless, on ancient stone pillars. Each to their own...
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I'll Be Waiting - Lenny Kravitz 
Wednesday, 25 September, 2013, 05:40 - Singles Of The 2000s
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Original Cover Artwork of Lenny Kravitz Waiting Cover Artwork Remix of Lenny Kravitz Waiting Cover Artwork Remix of Lenny Kravitz Waiting
Onkel Joz writes to us to suggest his remix of the cover for Lenny Kravitz 2008 song I'll Be Waiting. As you can see, Joz's remix is rather subtle and just adds in the words 'wait even longer mix' and corrects the jaunty angle that was an abhorrent slur on the original cover. What Joz also provides us with is his own waiting even longer mix of the song - nice touch. We think the cover could do with a bit more remixing though, so we've also replaced Mr Kravitz with a naked babe who is clearly waiting for something. Let's hope that whatever it is that she is waiting for won't take too long arriving otherwise she is going to get very cold.
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Halfway Hotel - Voyager 
Tuesday, 24 September, 2013, 05:40 - Singles Of The 1970s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Voyager Halfway Hotel Original Cover Artwork of Voyager Halfway Hotel A Voyager in a Halfway Hotel is perhaps what you would expect to find on the original front cover artwork for this single. What you do find is two men sitting in red chairs looking at each other, their stares indicated with dotted blue lines. On the remix, two babes are holding open the door to a hotel room where there appears to be a red chair and a red carpet. This maybe the same room but if it is, where are the dotted blue lines, as we know what we would be staring at. Rug!
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Maria Padilha - Francis Goya 
Monday, 23 September, 2013, 05:48 - Albums Of The 1970s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Francis Goya Maria Padilha Original Cover Artwork of Francis Goya Maria Padilha Who is Maria Padilha? The front cover artwork for this album by Francis Goya shows us one possible answer. Maybe she is the blonde babe who appears to be standing by the sea, taking her red blouse off. This seems likely. On the remix, an alternative view of Maria presents itself. This time the red blouse is gone but she is still standing by a rocky outcrop over the sea wearing, as far as you can see, nothing more than a pair of sunglasses. Wave!
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Blue Eyes - Elton John 
Friday, 20 September, 2013, 05:07 - Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Elton John Blue Eyes Original Cover Artwork of Elton John Blue Eyes The second remix for 70s popster Elton John. This time for his song Blue Eyes, the original cover for which features Mr Dwight leaning on what appears to be a pole (as used in the eponymous dance act). Did they have those in 1982? Anyhow, the remix just shows a babe with blue eyes, who, for some reason, has had white duct tape stuck over her mouth. Bizarre!
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