Joyce Delmartin of Atlanta, GA claims to be 'a long time listener, first time caller' to AllBum.Art and has sent us his remix for Bobby Brown's 1997 single Feelin' Inside. The original cover shows a downbeat Mr Brown lolling around. The remix shows a babe in a pair of jeans who is feelin' inside. Maybe she has lost something? Maybe she dropped her bra in there as that seems to be missing. Whatever the reason, she is welcome to grace the cover and thanks to Joyce for providing us with the remix. Itchy!
There is an obvious remix for any cover artwork for an album called Three Of A Perfect Pair, focusing, as would be expected, on the perfect pair analogy. But for this remix of the 1980s album by King Crimson, we have chosen a less beaten path and simply replaced the odd symbol with three babes, all of who have a perfect pair. Now that's what we call a remix. Sextuplet!
Mirror Mirror might be a line from the the De La Soul song Me, Myself and I, but this remix is for the obscure but equally reflective song by Dollar. The original cover scores very well in that it not only features the band themselves, but they are reflected in a mirror. The remix does away with the band, and so loses points on that score, but scores more highly as a young version of the wicked witch from Snow White at a time when the mirror may have truthfully responded that she was the fairest of them all. Sceptered!
Blue Moon by The Marcels was a 1961 single for doo-woppers, The Marcels. It has been covered many times but no times as handsomely as in the remix of the single provided for you. On the original cover we see the band. How exciting. On the remix we see a group of sexy girl who have been entranced by the blueness of the moon and have exposed their wild selves as all creatures born of the night are wanton to do. Royal!
Perfection is a difficult thing to achieve. Especially given that old saying, 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder'. In this case, the remix of Perfect by Fairground Attraction comes as close as we think is possible to perfection. Why? Well look at the remix. A beautiful babe in a stunning dress in a sexy pose. Truly, if this is not perfection then perfection is a worthless concept and should be assigned to the annals of probability. Probably!
What song more deserves a decent cover than Frank Zappa's 1970s classic Titties and Beer. It hardly needs us to tell you what should be on the cover of this song, now does it. We won't even bother to describe the remix as it speaks for itself. All that we will say is that this is definitely the correct way for beer to be served. With a nice head (and a body to match). Reginald!
A song sung by rowdy revelers at many a party, Who Let The Dogs Out by the Baha Men is a staple of sad sorority and fraternity discos the nation over. The original artwork shows the men from the Bahamas that gave the band its name. The remix shows a naked babe hugging a big dog. Presumably he has chewed all her clothes off and should definitely be let out to sorority parties more often. Slobbery!
'I'ts going down, I'm yelling Timber' might lead you to believe that this song is a remix of Monty Python's infamous Lumberjack song. But it isn't. Pitbull Featuring Ke$ha bring us this line-dancing inspired ditty that's brought up to date by babes dancing in tight fitting short shorts. In the remix we see a cowgirl who has lost her short shorts. How do we still know she is into line-dancing and deforestation? Simple, she is wearing cowboy boots and a hat. Fore!
The original cover of British crooner James Morrison's single You Give Me Something speaks no volumes at all. Although Mr Morrison is present, there is no indication of who is giving him something, and what the thing is that is being given. In the remix this issue has been solved. The person doing the giving is a silhouetted babe, and what she seems to be offering is her handbag. Zippy!
According to Wikipedia, Black Widow could mean many things, but the one we are interested in here is the 1970s album by Argentinian Lalo Schifrin. The cover remix here though refers exactly to that self same album. On the original cover we see a widow, in black, silhouetted against a shiny red background. On the remix we see the same, except the widow is not shrouded in darkness. And guess what, she's wearing kinky widow underwear. Morbid!