According to this 1986 single from Jermaine Stewart, We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off, to have a good time, on no. We hear you brother! Don't take them all off, leave a good helping of sexy lingerie, bra, panties, high heels on. The rest can go in the trash can for all we care. As the babe in the remixed version shows, a few clothes are a good thing, but not too many!
What would Sex On Fire look like, that's the question? Well certainly nothing like this 2008 cover that the Kings Of Leon put together. WTF is that anyway? Some kind of artistic shot of a rooster's red wobbly bit (the 'comb' for the more anatomically aware)? The remix has a hot babe with a flame thrower. Sex. On Fire. Simple. Yet effective. And just as anatomically aware.
The cover from REO Speedwagon (what the hell is one of those?) from their 1980s power ballad Can't Fight This Feeling (Any More) is enough to make you give up. What's worth fighting over, some red, green and a few splodges. Now the revised cover is worth fighting for, but it looks like you will need to put up a decent fight to beat the indecent topless girl with the boxing gloves.
After the success that was Spacer also by Sheila & B. Devotion comes this cover remix of their 1978 single Singing In The Rain, whose origins are fairly obvious. The original cover shows a 70s style girl with an umbrella against the backdrop of a Paris street scene. So does the remixed one, only this time the girl only has the umbrella - the rest of her clothes have gone the way of the Parisian sunshine.
Might as well face it, you're addicted to love. Well you were if you saw the original 1980s video for Robert Palmers song Addicted To Love. It had lots of hot babes in the same outfits, rockin' away in the background. The cover shows one of them. And the remix is a 'before and after', before being 1980s and fully clothed. After being 2010s with tits out. You addicted yet?
Even today the phrase, "Get your motor running" is well known. Few realize that this 1968 song from rock band Steppenwolf is where it comes from. That's probably because the cover is awful. The more important question is, does the girl on the remixed cover look like she was Born To Be Wild? She is naked and lying on a chair. Did you hear, she is naked! Born to be naked? Let's hope she's wild with it.
Another cover from those British 'birds' the Sugababes with their 2005 single Red Dress. In the remixed version we see the Sugababes replaced by a girl in a red dress. Now isn't that a surprise? The fact that the dress is very skimpy and she also has stripper heels (also in red) just adds to the whole red thing, which is emphasized by the monochromanicity of the rest of the cover ('black and white' ness in other words).
Does anyone ever read any of the trash that is written to go alongside these pieces of cover art? No? Thought so! The format is therefore gonna change to just show the original artwork alongside the remix with a few (a very few) words. Here's Wheatus 2000 single Teenage Dirtbag remixed so that there's a chick leaning against the motor. That alright for you?
Never heard of Mica Paris, or the album Whisper A Prayer? That's probably because you're not English. One of our submitters from England sent this. Apparently Ms Paris is some kind of fashion guru babe on TV who used to be a singer. Apparently we have to say, "Does my bum look big in this". No idea why, but the person who submitted it said it was essential. Those Brits, eccentric lot.
This (and tomorrow's remixed album art) were submitted by Harold Binthwaite of England. Apparently, this was a 1960s song by two stars of the Avengers (the British version of Charlie's Angels), Patrick MacNee (Charlie) and Honor Blackman (insert random name of an angel here). Kinky Boots languished in the mists of time until it was made popular on a national radio station in the 1990s. The remix excels in boot-based kinkiness. Gosh, so thrilling, as they say in London.