Probably best known for their single Christmas Wrapping, The Waitresses did have other hits including I Know What Boys Like. Based on the original single front cover artwork, what boys like is a black and white photograph of themselves on a cheap plastic table cloth. The remix seems more realistic as a babe who really knows what boys like demonstrates her logic by sitting on a chair, naked other than her high heels. Positioning!
The JoBoxers Just Got Lucky. Their definition of lucky, if their original single front cover artwork is to be used as a reference point, is lying on a bed, smoking a cigarette, looking at walls adorned with various drawings of babes clad in little more than stockings and high heels. We think the guy on the remix is even luckier, as he is lying on a bend staring at a real babe who is clad in little more than stockings and high heels. Will he become the luckiest? Perhaps only Ben Folds knows that for sure.
What is it that Ric Ocasek thinks is Something To Grab For? If the original single cover artwork is used to guide us to the answer, it can be nothing other than Mr Ocasek himself. On the remix, we find a babe who, it is reasonable to state, is more than adequately gifted with something to grab for. More than this, her assets are so large, we wonder whether you could grab them with your hands or would need some kind of mechanical support to assist. Harness!
Forever Young is what Rod Stewart claims to be. The fact that he has a penchant for dating younger women should come as no real surprise. On the original single cover artwork we find Mr Stewart sitting on a car with a group of 80's-haired concubines. On the remix we find an older babe who is trying to keep forever young by smothering herself in some kind of oil, wearing a skimpy bikini and high heels, and, most apparently, being deft with the use of photo editing tools. Slime!
David Bowie and his China Girl, what can we say about that? Let's examine the original single front cover artwork where a chinese girl is telling Mr Bowie to keep quiet by 'shushing' him with her pointed fingernailed finger. On the remix is another chinese girl, who is sitting on what appears to be a bird waterer. No doubt her ass is going to be wet, and it seems to have dribbled down her legs and soaked her shoes too. Thankfully no others of her clothes are likely to get wet as she isn't wearing any. Bowl!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 1980s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 1980s, Outdoors, Public, Safe For WorkFisherman's Blues was both an album and a single for The Waterboys back in the late 1980s. The original front cover artwork shows the band members playing their instruments. Maybe they are playing the blues. Maybe they are fishermen. On the remix, a babe wearing a blue bikini stands at a fishing dock. No doubt the fishermen who have to to to sea get the blues that they can't stand around and ogle. Cast off!
The Police are having problems. They have got Spirits In The Material World, which is messing their ability to put together the front cover artwork for their single in the way they had wanted. All they have managed is a fuzzy blue representation of their faces. Let's help them out. On the remix is a busty babe whose spiritual assets are in a material world, transparently. Pond!
Whilst we're in the mood for remixing cover artwork by ABC, it's time to get The Look Of Love. On the original we find the band members (this seems to be a common theme with this band) with their instruments. On the remix we find a babe who just has that look of love in her eyes. If it isn't the look of love that she has, then maybe it is some other kind of look, but does it really matter? Cashmere!
Time for another Halloween remix what with it being October 31 and all. Tonight could well be The Night You Murdered Love, and that is what ABC sing about. The original cover artwork shows the band members looking very new romantic but still well and truly alive. The remix shows a babe in a graveyard. It is not clear if she is the murderer, or the murdered but she will catch her death of cold either way. Grave!
There is a certain irony about INXS singing about a Suicide Blonde, given the tragic and untimely demise of the band's lead singer. However, none of that changes the remixability of the single artwork which is apt for a bit of clarification. This is because on the original cover, three babes are dancing in a James Bond-esque style but given the odd shading it is not clear if they are blonde or not. On the remix is a blonde babe who is more of a homicide blonde. Bang!