Cool - Gwen Stefani 
Saturday, 5 April, 2014, 05:30 - Singles Of The 2000s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Gwen Stefani Cool Original Cover Artwork of Gwen Stefani Cool What do we learn from the original cover of Cool by Gwen Stefani? Very little. The picture of Ms Stefani is taken from the video for the song. And the title of the song is Cool. And it is in stereo with some kind of fidelity, whatever that means in an age of digitally delivered audio clarity. The remixed cover tells a different story. Whilst the fidelity may still be there, it may not last if the girl shown, who is unquestionably very cool, is to be helped out by some warm blooded male. Melting!
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Can You Feel It - The Jacksons 
Friday, 4 April, 2014, 05:26 - Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Jacksons Can You Feel It Original Cover Artwork of Jacksons Can You Feel It You may have noticed a theme over the past few days here at AllBum.Art - the theme being 'songs with the word Feel in the title'. Today's remix comes from The Jacksons and is the 1970s classic Can You Feel It. On the original cover we see The Jacksons but they look bored, and what it is they are feeling (even if it's the music) is not that obvious. On the remix we see a babe with another babe resting her high heeled, stocking clad leg on her bare chest. The obvious question of 'can you feel it' seems to need no explanation here. Sharp!
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Feel So Good - Mase 
Thursday, 3 April, 2014, 05:21 - Singles Of The 1990s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Mase Feel So Good Original Cover Artwork of Mase Feel So Good Following yesterday's track entitled 'Feel So Real', today's remix comes from rapper Mase (or should that be Ma$e) and is called Feel So Good. The theme of the remix is similar but in this case instead of feeling real but being false, it appears that what is being felt is probably real, and is also good - if you define good as bouncy which some do and some don't. Hopefully Ma$e would. And would enjoy feeling to check the level of goodness. Would you?
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Feel So Real - Steve Arrington 
Wednesday, 2 April, 2014, 05:16 - Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Steve Arrington Feel So Real Original Cover Artwork of Steve Arrington Feel So Real Hmm... Now what is it that Steve Arrington could be singing about in his song Feel So Real? It cannot possibly be something that is actually real, because if it was, there would not be a need to declare that it feels real. By deduction, therefore, it must be something (or somethings) that is (are) unreal, or in other words false. And nothing is so false than the boobs displayed on the babe shown in the remix. She appears to be feeling them herself and whilst they may feel real, they almost certainly aren't. We hope that has cleared it up for you.
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Fire Burning (The Dancefloor) - Sean Kingston 
Tuesday, 1 April, 2014, 05:10 - Singles Of The 2000s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Sean Kingston Fire Burning Original Cover Artwork of Sean Kingston Fire Burning The original cover for Fire Burning (The Dancefloor) by Sean Kingston shows the silhouetted figures of several people boogying on down against a backdrop of a mirror ball and flames licking around their feet. Of course the big question here is what do those people in the silhouettes look like? The big answer seems to be revealed in the remix where it is revealed in a revealing way that the shadows are caused by a group of naked chicks dancing in a revealing way. Shawty!
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Dancing In The Street - Martha Reeves & The Vandellas 
Monday, 31 March, 2014, 05:44 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Martha Vandellas Dancing Street Original Cover Artwork of Martha Vandellas Dancing Street Dancing In The Street. What could have been more outrageous in the 1960s than the suggestion from Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, that dancing anywhere other than in a dance hall was acceptable. Of course today anything can happen in the street, including dancing - but dancing with no clothes on too - as is perfectly illustrated by the babe on the remix of the cover. Wiggle it!
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Walk On The Wild Side - Lou Reed 
Sunday, 30 March, 2014, 05:40 - Singles Of The 1970s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Lou Reed Walk Wild Side Original Cover Artwork of Lou Reed Walk Wild Side And all the colored girls go, 'doop-de-doop-de-doop'... Why they do this is not certain and even listening to the whole of this early 1970s song by Lou Reed adds very little certainty to that aspect. What it does add is some color around what a Walk On The Wild Side actually means. The remix attempts to capture more of what walking on the wild side might mean today, being less about subversive gender-bending lyrics and more about getting naked and wild on the streets of a city. Striding!
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Three Little Birds - Bob Marley And The Wailers 
Saturday, 29 March, 2014, 05:35 - Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Bob Marley Three Little Birds Original Cover Artwork of Bob Marley Three Little Birds Bob Marley was famously quoted as saying, 'no woman, no crime'. In this song, Three Little Birds, he sings about how the arrival of three birds on his doorstep cheers him up. But the original cover has no woman. According to the urban dictionary, the term 'Bird' refers to a young woman. And so now the picture is complete as the three 'birds' that cheer up Mr Marley stop him from committing any more crime. Tweety!
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Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen 
Friday, 28 March, 2014, 05:31 - Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Bruce Springsteen Cover Me Original Cover Artwork of Bruce Springsteen Cover Me An early hit for none other than Mr Bruce Springsteen, Cover Me was a hit before he became the rock legend that he is today. The earliness of the song is very much reflected in the cover of the single. This poor effort shows Mr Springsteen sitting on a car, which although it could be argued is in some way covering it, it's not wholly convincing as an argument. Much clearer is to drive the car away and leave a naked chick standing there desperate to cover herself to protect her modesty, what's left of it. Blanket!
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On Bended Knee - Boyz II Men 
Thursday, 27 March, 2014, 05:24 - Singles Of The 1990s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Boyz Ii Men On Bended Knee Original Cover Artwork of Boyz Ii Men On Bended Knee Did they ever make it? Boyz II Men that is? Did they ever grow up enough to stop being called boyz and instead become men? If the cover of their 1994 single On Bended Knee is anything to go by, then who knows? More importantly, who cares? And so let's do away with the so-called boyz and focus on the 'on bended knee' part of the song. And who would need to be bended on their knee more than a naked chick who is too shy to stand up? Squatty!
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