The Psychadelic Furs lead us to believe that someone, or something, is Pretty In Pink. But the only thing that is pink on the original single cover artwork is the title of the song. And there isn't anything that would be classed as particularly pretty. On the remix we find a babe who is pretty, and who is in pink, though the pink she is wearing doesn't properly cover up the pinkness of her skin underneath. Magenta!
We all know what Hooters refers to these days, but in 1987 they were a rock band, go figure! The original single cover artwork for Satellite has neither any modern day hooters, nor any kind of space hardware. On the remix we find a babe standing amidst a range of satellite dishes and there is evidence of some hooters too. Good job it was a sunny day, otherwise she might have been a bit cold. Beam!
Lillo Thomas seems to think that standing in his long overcoat, scarf and hat will somehow lead us to think of a Sexy Girl, as the original single front cover artwork shows. This doesn't work for us, so we remixed it and on the remix we find a sexy girl. No scarf, no hat, just a t-shirt and a pair of jeans. Simple, really, so why Mr Thomas couldn't work this out is a mystery. Perspexy!
John Parr is apparently not just naughty, but Naughty Naughty (is that double naughty?) Peering at us from over the collar of his leather jacket as he appears on the original single front cover artwork, he looks more cheeky than naughty. On the remix we find one babe who appears to be chastising another for being naughty, naughty, whipping her with her school tie in the classroom. Naughty!
Come on. If you're going to have a single called Colours Of The Rainbow (note the quaint British spelling), at least have more than one color on the original front cover artwork of your single, Alesha Dixon. The remix is more the kind of thing you needed, with a babe wearing multi-colored socks. Why she is dangling her mono-chromatic red panties from one leg is unknown and is totally unnecessary. Indigo!
Ultravox inform us that We Came To Dance, but is that something you would have understood had you looked at the original single front cover artwork? Or would you think that the song is about mountains? On the remix we find two babes who have got their ballet gear on and are limbering up and as far as we can tell, they have come to dance. Somewhat oddly, their ballet gear does not seem to include a skirt, or any panties, but perhaps that is the norm when rehearsing. Bottom!
Yesterday the band was called Sailor, today it is the turn of Petula Clark to sing a song with that name. On the original single cover artwork we find nothing more than a picture of Ms Clark but no evidence that she is near a boat, or sailing ship, or anything of that ilk. On the remix we find a babe who we believe must be a sailor for two reasons: one, and most importantly, she is wearing a captain's hat, and two, she is near some water (though it does look more like a swimming pool than the deep blue ocean). Lake!
Would you not think that when Sailor set about to produce the original single cover artwork for Girls Girls Girls, that they might just have thought about putting some girls on it? Here at AllBum.Art, that's the first idea that crossed our minds which is why, on the remix you find lots of girls, six of them in fact so more Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls in reality. And their t-shirts have gotten all wet too. Translucent!
What exactly Zero 7 were trying to indicate on the original front cover artwork for their album The Garden is not clear. It seems to illustrate a patchwork of pieces of paper with random designs on them. On the remix we find a babe happily watering her garden using her cute blue watering can. It looks like just the kind of garden that you could spend a happy sunny afternoon nosing about in. Flowers!
In a way, the original album front cover artwork for Bad Animals by Heart does at least depict some animals, that are quite badly drawn, so kudos to them for that. On the remix we find some other animals (the green one is maybe a lizard, the black and white one a zebra, we are not sure what the purple one is meant to be) who are also being quite bad, hanging out together in the jungle. In another way, though, they aren't that bad at all. Dangerous!