Brian Harvey brings us Straight Up No Bends today. From the color scheme on his single cover, he may be referring to being underwater, for there is nothing else to indicate what is up or what might be causing the bends. On the remix a bane stands straight up with hardly and bends, or curves for that matter. Maybe she is wearing the remnants of a wet suit, which may be why Mr Harvey was underwater. Dive!
What does Kissing A Fool look like? That is a question that the people responsible for the front cover of George Michael's single couldn't even be bothered to begin to even think about. Thankfully, here at AllBum.Art we have done the thinking for you. On the remix are one, maybe two fools, and whether what they are doing constitutes kissing is for you to decide. Slurp!
It's nice to see an artist think about their cover artwork as Valerie Dore has clearly done with her single The Night. On the original cover we find Ms Dore dressed in black at night. We know it is the night as the moon is peeking out from behind a cloud. On the remix we find a busty babe who is sitting on a leather sofa. We can only imagine that this is in a night club, and thus must be at night. Imagination!
Continuing the walking and sunshine theme, today it is the turn of Central Line and their song Walking Into Sunshine. To give the band credit, the original cover artwork shows the band walking, with simulated sunshine behind them and shadows in front of them which scores well on the 'getting the right idea' scale. On the remix we find a group of babes who are walking into sunshine. They look as if they have applied plenty of sunscreen, so they should be alright. Greasy!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 1980s, Special Remixes, Summer Sizzlers, Busty, Mature, Outdoors, Public, Not Safe For WorkWhat could be more enjoyable than Walking In The Sunshine? If the cover artwork for the single by Bad Manners is anything to go by, putting your foot in a bowl of water whilst watching a black and white television is more enjoyable. On the remix, we return to sanity as a busty babe walks along a street in the sunshine. Naked of course, because that's how to get the maximum enjoyment. Stroll!
What could scream I Want You (She's So Heavy) more accurately than the picture portrayed on the original single cover artwork: the four members of The Beatles with distinctly 1960s hairstyles and mustaches? Perhaps the babe on the remix answers that question. She is clearly very heavy or at least there are parts of her anatomy that are distinctly weighty. Would the band want her? Would you want her? That is a matter of personal taste. Boots!
Taylor Dayne is, if she is to be believed, Naked Without You. On the original album front cover, there is potential evidence for this, as Ms Dayne appears wearing nothing above her shoulders, though below this point in her body, the situation is less clear. On the remix we find a babe who is naked and is sitting in a cemetery on a grave. Perhaps it is the grave of a person that she has lots, and is now without, and chooses to sit there to be naked without them. Moseley!
Van Morrison is perhaps best know for opining about girls with brown eyes, but more recently he has changed his focus to things that are Naked In The Jungle. On the original cover artwork there does not appear to be any jungle, though it is possible that Mr Morrison is naked. On the remix are six busty babes who are holding spears, so could well be in a jungle. They are naked, or at least under their clothes they are. Calf skin!
Where is Naked City? According to Kiss it is a place where scary looking rock stars go when they have variously painted their faces in black and white to mimic animals such as cats and bats. The remix of the single cover artwork instead shows a babe who is preparing to visit naked city, and we know this because she is taking off her coat to reveal that she isn't wearing any other clothing underneath it. And she is in a city. Change!
The Cramps sing a song about a Naked Girl Falling Down The Stairs. But the original front cover artwork for the single does not illustrate this phenomena, instead we just see the band members playing their instruments and singing. On the remix we find a naked girl who is falling down the stairs. Yes, the picture is the right way up. Maybe she has already fallen in some metaphorical way. Up!