According to Bucks Fizz, whoever they are, My Camera Never Lies. It seems that, to demonstrate this, the band have dressed up in garb from the Victorian era and posed as if they were in front of an old box camera. Which is a lie, in that they are not from the Victorian era, nor was the picture taken with a box camera. In the remix we see a babe offering a more modern take on cameras telling the truth, as she is taking a 'selfie'. Sadly, she seems to have forgotten that it might have been better to pose in a slightly less revealing position, or failing that get dressed first. Scarlet!
There is a simple points scheme here at AllBum.Art. If the cover of a single or album contains the band members (or solo artist) and relates to the title of the song, it scores full points. Thus the original cover for Driving In My Car by Madness scores very highly. There is therefore no need to remix it, but that doesn't stop us and on the remix, we see a babe who can come and drive my car any day. Beep beep!
Another suggestion by Scott of Orlando, FL. This time it's Do That To Me One More Time by Captain & Tennille that comes under the spotlight. It's nice that on the original cover we can see the Captain and the Tennille but what is it that they want to be done to them again? On the remix, not Captain and no Tennille but instead a babe tied to a chair and a guy with a whip in his hand. The look in her eyes clearly asks the question of whether he is going to do that to her one more time... Decide!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 1990s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 1990s, High Heels, Outdoors, Public, Not Safe For WorkBack in November 2013 we had a whole week of remixes of covers of songs by Status Quo but as such prolific songwriters of twelve-bar blues based material, there's plenty more to have a go at. Don't Stop is both a single and an album by the band. On the remix we find out exactly why not stopping is recommended. Though it might be enticing to come to a halt to see a naked chick standing on a highway overpass, it is likely to lead to a severe traffic incident. Don't do it. Don't stop. Oh, and a message to the chick concerned, don't stop doing that either. Choice!
Stuck In The Middle With You... what images does this conjure up? Is it a bunch of 1970s band members such as those of the band Stealer's Wheel standing around looking, for the most part, bored (the guy on the right is even yawning). Or does it throw up images of a sexy cougar stuck between two younger guys. The latter you say? Well that's what the remix shows. Why is it all in orange? No idea, other than that is what the original single did. Mandarin!
It seems that in the height of the disco era in the 1970s, there were many sexy covers for singles produced. Dance (Disco Heat) by Sylvester does not capture the spirit of this era very well, which is why we, the good folk at AllBum.Art, are here to remix it for you. The remix shows a babe who is dancing and is hot, quite literally, as she is dancing by a fire. That's better. Sizzle!
The second in the two-day series of remixes of Morrissey single covers. Today's remix is for the song Pregnant For The Last Time. Let's skip the original cover and focus on the remix where we see a clearly pregnant babe who is, shall we say, not the best looking babe on the planet. Would she become pregnant again - only in a dark room using a blindfold - and therefore Mr Morrissey would be mostly correct in his assumption that this will not happen again. Resist!
A mini two-day series of remixes of the covers of singles by the former lead singer of the Smiths, Morrissey. The cover for his song entitled You're The One For Me Fatty shows Mr Morrissey himself but not why the particular fatty of whom he sings is the right one for him. On the remix we see a cute fatty who looks like a lot of fun. Though it's not certain that Mr Morrissey is someone who likes fun. We do though. Happy!
What on this planet (or any other) were Soft Cell thinking with the original cover of their 1984 song Down In The Subway? Down in the highly confused jumble of a two-year old's map of some kind of underground kingdom perhaps. But a subway looking like that is one that we, at AllBum.Art are not about to enter. On the remix we see a babe standing down in the subway. We would far prefer to enter her. Metro!
Continuing the theme of hitch-hiking we find songstress Sinitta (rumored to be a lover of X-Factor millionaire Simon Cowell) singing about Hitchin' A Ride. On the original cover we see Ms Malone looking none too happy about being so down and low that she needs to borrow a ride from someone else. A word of advice, Ms Malone, if you want to hitch a ride it helps to stick your thumb out like the babe in the remix. It may also help to wear what the babe in the remix isn't as well, or just a leaf or two. Foliage!