The problem with international music acts such as Australian band Jet, is that their sense of culture doesn't necessarily translate well between continents. This is obvious on the cover of their single Cold Hard Bitch. The original cover shows a montage of random people and the odd car or two in white and pink. It doesn't look cold, or hard, or bitchlike. In the remix all of these maladies have been remedied and we can see that it is cold, which turns certain things hard. Oh, and there's a bitch too. Which one is the bitch is your decision. Woof!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 1990s, Special Remixes, Winter Warmers, Busty, Outdoors, Not Safe For WorkBrrrr... It's January and rather cold outside. Time, then, for a few chilling remixes. We start with the debut album of punk folk songsters Boss Hog. The original cover of their 1990 album Cold Hands shows a babe who is likely to be a bit on the cold side but as for cold, and her hands, the whole affair looks very cosy. On the remix we see two babes. They are outdoors and wearing winter clothes. But whilst they both probably have cold hands, one has put her icy fingers somewhere that is very sensitive to temperature. Somehow, in response, the other has flashed her boobs. If only this happened in real life. Mystery!
Welcome to 2015 and a Happy New Year from those sultry, sexy Sugababes. The original cover artwork for New Year shows the three members of the band looking sultry and sexy. The remix shows three other babes of a sugary kind looking equally sultry and sexy but this time drinking wine which looks much more like the kind of New Year celebration we had in mind.
HAPPY NEW YEAR from all of us here at AllBum.Art.
HAPPY NEW YEAR from all of us here at AllBum.Art.
Single Covers, Singles Released Before 1960, Special Remixes, Christmas Crackers, Mature, Not Safe For WorkWhat Are You Doing New Year's Eve? That is the question we are being asked by The Orioles. This is another single that is so ancient, it does not have any original cover art. The only artwork is for the original 7" single label which we have lovingly re-created in it's original dark blue and gold. In the remix we see a New Year's Eve party in full swing. Whilst the babes may not be that tasty, there are so many to choose from, there must be something for everyone. Selection!
The Mistletoe Disco Band only had one album. In fact, they probably didn't even have one, because the album is actually just a bunch of session musicians. Christmas Disco is popular though, and it has been re-mastered. So we thought we would re-master the cover and bring it up to date too. On the original cover we see a babe dancing in a holiday outfit. On the remix we see a girl who has had too much to drink at the office Christmas party and is now feeling a little forlorn. Anyone for helping her feel better? Touchy!
Firstly let all of us here at AllBum.Art wish you a very Merry Christmas. Our gift to you on Christmas Day is a remix of an obscure but very fun Holiday hit called (I'd Like To) Give U One 4 Christmas by Hot Pantz. On the original cover we see the members of the band, one dressed in a box as a present, and the other in a skimpy Santa outfit. In the remix we see some very hot pantz, and a Christmas gift that would be a marvel to receive. MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Here we find Lady Gaga Featuring Space Cowboy singing about a Christmas Tree. On the cover we see the aforementioned Ms Germanotta wearing a Santa hat and draped in Christmas Lights. Though she does look a little christmassy, she also looks more than a little uncomfortable. So she will no doubt be grateful that in the remix she no longer has to be tied in lights, but instead a different babe is showing us her Christmas tree. And her Christmas bush too... Trimmings!
Disco Santa (Claus) was a terrible attempt by the Village People to score a holiday hit. The idea of Santa partying away at Studio 54 is not a bad one, but the cover is very badly executed. In the remix we see a group of holiday hits in their own right. Though they may have been dancing along with Santa it seems they are all now having a bit of a break. Probably just as well as dancing with no clothes on must be especially tiring. Bounce!
Sometimes it's necessary to use a little poetic license when remixing the covers of old songs. This very old song by Jim Reeves is called Silver Bells and on the original cover we see Gentleman Jim (as he was apparently known) in a Holiday setting. In the remix we see a babe also in a Holiday setting but it seems that unlike Mr Reeves who has a jacket to keep him warm, all she has are Silver Balls. OK, so they're not bells, but use your imagination. We did. Dreamy!
No remix as such here as Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer has been covered by so many artists, but none of them have produced a cover for their version. This cover is therefore a generic version that can be used on any of the versions you might have in your music library. In it we see someone who has been doing their college art homework and has taken an unusual approach to modelling Rudolph. They have cut out pieces of what must be felt to produce the antlers and as for the nose, well more felt and a red bauble. The best part is the canvas they have used. The question that remains unanswered is whether the canvas took the artwork out to a Christmas party with her, or whether she just stayed at home. We think Rudolph would have encouraged her to head out. Shiny!