Get ready, tonight, we're gonna make this A Night To Remember. But what do Shalamar mean by that? The simple fact is that we don't know, as the cover of the single shows nothing more than the band members smiling. The remix shows why this will definitely be a noteworthy night, as a totally hot babe is being undressed by a guy who will not forget the experience in a long time, if ever. Memorize!
It's clear to see why Skin would suggest that you Look But Don't Touch the babe on the original cover of their single, as she will clearly punch you in the face if you do. It's, perhaps, less clear to see why the babe on the remix is someone you should avoid getting too close to, but the fact is that she is clearly totally mad, posing naked in a public park, and is probably infested with all manner of nasty bugs. Then again you would should probably look quite closely to make sure. Magnify!
The original cover of Juicy Fruit by Mtume shows the band looking less than fruity, and certainly not particularly juicy. Thank goodness then for the remix in which we find a juicy looking babe bending over towards a bowl of fruit, which are most certainly fruity. Thinking about it, the babe is quite fruity too, making the whole thing far more appropriate, or not, depending on your view on bananas and all that. Apple!
We, here at AllBum.Art, pride ourselves on our ability to count. Malc, over in the 'sounds' department can count to over 30 and Chez in 'design' says he has to be able to count to nearly 400 to deal with the days in a year. But is seems that Winger cannot count to Seventeen, as on the original cover artwork for their single there are only 4 of them. On the remix, we have put 17 babes. Or at least we think there are 17, as we lost count after about 5. Numeric!
We have previously remixed the cover artwork for a Kraftwerk track here at AllBum.Art. But it is nice that we have been sent this user contributed submission of Autobahn from Wolfgang Schmeltz of Germany. He tells us:
This babe who is named Vienna, is standing on a bridge over main motorway from Mainz to Koblenz so it is really an autobahn remix.We can see that, Wolfgang. Great work!
Are You Ready To Fly? Do you have your passport ready? Is your bag packed? Do you have your tickets in your pocket? These are important additional questions that Rozalla fails completely to address in her song. In the remix we find a babe who is explaining some of the finer points of airplane cabin etiquette (yes, we had to look up the spelling of that). Now are you ready to fly? We are!
Helen Shapiro is Walkin' Back To Happiness, and she is doing so by staring out across a yellow-tinged cityscape. Not much walkin' going on, and no real sign of happiness. On the remix we find three babes who are doing some walkin'. They may look a little sad, but remember they are walkin' back to happiness, presumably therefore, they have been somewhere less than happy. Hopefully they will cheer up when they get there. Smile!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 1970s, Special Remixes, One For The Ladies, Outdoors, Public, Not Safe For WorkJust occasionally, we feel it is right, that we at AllBum.Art do a remix designed for the fairer sex, or as we call it One For The Ladies. This time it is the turn of Thin Lizzy and their hit The Boys Are Back In Town. On the original cover we find the 'boys' (a.k.a. the band) digging that crazy guitar. On the remix we find a gang of boys that have just gotten back to town, but for some reason have forgotten all their clothes, except their sneakers. Sneaky!
Blowing a horn loudly in your ear is a sure-fire method of getting you to jump high in the air and Move Your Ass, which is what Scooter are asking us to do on the cover of their single. A picture of a horn is one thing, but what about a picture of the ass that has been moved, and its resting position. We are happy to oblige as that is exactly what can be seen on the remixed cover artwork. Leap!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 1990s, Special Remixes, One For The Ladies, Outdoors, Not Safe For Work