As we draw to the end of our week of featured artist remixes, we drift away into a haze of evening mist, gently lit by the waning lunar disc and moistened by the most appalling thunder storm. Yes, that's what we think of when we hear Purple Rain by Prince And The Revolution. So just to make sure that's what we see too, this remix of the cover shows a more sedate and less cramped version of the scene. With a naked chick lying down and getting wet. Sodden!
We continue our Prince featured artist week with this rexmix of Little Red Corvette. On the original cover we see Mr Nelson with his usual over-quiffy hairdo wearing a magenta latex jacket, but there's no sign of any Corvette of any nature. On the remix we see the Corvette in question. Though it's very red, it's perhaps not as little as the song's title would lead you to believe. And what's that leaning up against the Corvette? Why, it's a sexy babe. Vroom!
We continue our featured artist week with this remix of U Got The Look by our featured artist, Prince. In remixing this cover, we attempted to try and define what 'the look' is, so that the remix can ensure that 'the look' is still got. It seems that 'the look' is to wear a fur coat, open to the waist. And that's exactly what the remix provides, except that instead of Mr Nelson wearing the fur coat, and wearing other clothing beneath it, there is a near-naked babe who is wearing just a fur coat that is unquestionably open to the waist. And beyond!
Another remix for this week's featured artist Prince, this time with The Revolution. Let's Go Crazy is a fun song that's great for getting you in the mood for a party. But in the original version we see a relatively sombre Mr Nelson on his motorcycle. Nothing particularly crazy is going on (other than Mr Nelson's dress sense). On the remix we see two naked bakes who are most definitely in the crazy party mood. Floozies!
The second of this week's featured artist remixes comes from Prince And The Revolution. The original cover of (ne-me-ne-me-ne-me-ne-me-ne) Kiss has a black and white Mr Nelson posing in a kind of male Bolero top looking about as masculine as Homer Simpson in a tutu. The remix shows a sexy babe blowing a kiss. Ne-me-ne-me-ne-me-ne-me-ne to that!
The start of another of AllBum.Art's featured artist week begins with this remix of Cream by Prince And The New Power Generation. Unquestionably one of the most obvious remixes that has ever been attempted. Instead of a photo of Mr Nelson standing in a highly sexualized position over a babe lying on her back, we see some cream. Pourfect!
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!