Album Covers, Albums Of The 2000s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 2000s, Fantasy & Cosplay, Safe For WorkShaggy has decided that on the original front cover artwork for his album Hotshot, the best thing to show would be his own face in slightly warm colors such as yellow, orange and red. On the remix we find a babe who is shooting heat from, it would appear, a flame-thrower. We think that this qualifies her as a hot-shot in a far more realistic way than just choosing some warm colors. Pipes!
Shake A Tailfeather is the name of this song by Ray Charles (though it is often mistakenly called Shake Your Tail Feather). On the original cover we find Mr Charles looking very cheerful and the reason why is revealed on the remix, where we find a happy looking hottie shaking a tail-feather in front of her. We are not quite sure what bird has provided the feather, maybe a flamingo as it is pink? Dye!
Lulu sings about The Boat That I Row. There isn't, though, much evidence of what kind of boat this is on the original single front cover artwork, though we do find Ms Lawrie looking somewhat forlorn into the distance - maybe that is where her boat is. On the remix we find a babe who is standing alongside a boat, which we can only presume is the one she rows, though rowing in platform boots, stockings and a bikini doesn't seem the most practical approach. Hose!
What happens Offshore? According to the original single front cover artwork from Chicane, some aircraft chem-trails, or are they pieces of string holding up some cloth triangles? Not at all clear. On the remix, what happens offshore is that some shapely babe lounges around in a bikini off the side of a sailing boat, which oddly, is exactly what we thought might happen. Realism!
Apparently Nothin' seems to be precisely the amount of effort that went in to the original front cover artwork for this single from The Young Disciples, though to give them an ounce of credit, they did make the word 'disc' in a different color. On the remix we find a busty babe who is wearing a dress that is made of very sheer material and from which it is clear that she is apparently wearing nothin' else underneath it. Translucent!
There are so many routes we could have taken when remixing the single front cover artwork for The Bottle by Paul Weller. Although there is a bottle pictured on the original cover, it's rather subtly hidden among some jumbled up letters. On the remix there is also a subtly placed bottle, though you may not have spotted it, what with being distracted by the cute babe alongside it. Glass!
Charli XCX (which isn't a proper Roman numeral in case you were wondering) indicates that somewhere there should be a Sucker. On the orignal album front cover artwork we find a lollipop, so you can see how that might relate to the title. Now there is, of course, an obvious remix for this but we haven't gone in that direction and instead on the remix we find a babe who has got stuck in a sucker, though why she was hoovering her boobs is anybody's guess. Suction!
According to our list of every single (and album) artist on the AllBum.Art web-site, Status Quo have the highest number of cover artwork remixes. Maybe the titles of their songs are written especially to encourage this. For the album Back To Back, the original album cover shows two articulated lorries next to each other. If trucks had backs, they would be back to back. On the remix two naked babes balance precariously on each other with their backs doing the balancing. Definitely back to back. Front!
Sydney Youngblood is asking us to Sit And Wait. In order to help us to understand why, the original single front cover artwork shows Mr Youngblood in what we can only assume to be his most pleading pose. On the remix, we find a babe who has followed his instructions and who is sitting on a shiny cube waiting for something or someone. That someone would be quite lucky as she seems to be wearing nothing more than her panties and high heels. Maybe she is called Patience!
Today is traditionally the spring solstice, meaning it is the first day of spring, so we thought something springlike would be appropriate. Our remix of the day is for Red Sun Rising by Lost Witness. On the original single front cover artwork there is a red sun rising, so full marks for that. On the remix is a babe wearing a sheer red top sitting on the ground as a red sun rises behind her. They say a young man's mind turns to love in the spring - we can see why! Seasonal.