Ah, how sweet the picture of Marie Osmond on the cover of her 1973 single Paper Roses sandwiched, as she is, between her name and the title of the song, and some rather scrappy looking pink paper roses. Actually, as far as the AllBum.Art scoring system goes, this cover gets full marks as it includes the artist and some connection to the title of the song. So why the remix? Simple, because we had a picture of a sexy pinup holding some paper roses. Thorny!
There is always a perfect time to remix the cover of any Michael Bublé single and when that single is called Feeling Good, the time can never be soon enough. Our Canadian friend's apparent desire to be called Boob-lay instead of the more or less accurate Bubb-le opens him up for many boob based remixes, eh? This one shows a girl checking on her boobs as many girls are told to do. Do they feel good? Who knows, but they look great. Solid!
Of the many obvious and oblivious pictures that could have been chosen to remix the totally dull original cover of The Chainsmokers single #SELFIE, the one that now graces the remixed cover artwork has to be the best. It's a hot babe, wearing headphones, in a bikini, taking a picture of herself. Could the remix be any better? Well yes, but for now be happy that you're not a room without a roof. By-oo-ti!
Yet another remix for Rihanna (or Ms Fenty as we like to call her), Push Up On Me comes from her 2008 album Good Girl Gone Bad which deserves a remix of its own one day. Push Up On Me is missing one important thing in its original format, and that is something to push up. This either has to be an exercise where you lie on your front and use your arms to raise your shoulders, or more simply a bra that makes boobs look bigger. We went for the latter, obviously! Heightened!
Another AllBum.Art remix inspired by a picture rather than a song. After all, what would you do with a picture of a cute babe holding a juicy red apple in her hand other than find a song with a suitable title and remix the cover! And here is A Juicy Red Apple by Skin Up, the original cover for which is plain in the main. The remix needs no description as it speaks for itself... now where did we put that juicing tool?
Caught Out There by Kelis was one of Ms Rogers' first singles and the cover seems equally rough around the edges, even if the music wasn't. In the original we see Ms Rogers doing nothing in particular, with no indication of what or who was caught and where 'there' is or was. The remix fixes this and we see that it is a college babe who has been caught out by a tutor while getting changed in the changing room. Academic!
The title of Andrew Gold's 1978 single Never Let Her Slip Away has a double meaning (or at least it does to us). On the one hand, it could suggest that one should not let 'her' get away from you. On the other hand, it could mean that you should ensure that she always wears her 'slip'. The latter argument suggests that she is prone to slipping out without her slip on, and in the remix we see the consequences of this arrangement. As far as we are concerned, she can leave her slip out of her slip whenever she wants to. Slippy!
Doctor, doctor, gimme the news, I got a Bad Case Of Loving You is what Robert Palmer tells us in this classic rock track of 1979. The cover of the single indicates the medical connection with its picture of a stethoscope (yes, we spelled that correctly without a dictionary, boo-ya!) The remix focuses more on the center of Mr Palmer's affections, that being the doctor on which he has a case of lusty love who appears to be exactly the kind of doctor that would measure unexpectedly high blood pressure in any of her male patients. Pop!
What have we here? A remix of an early house music track of the late 1980s. The original cover of Touch Me by 49ers reveals what we can only presume is the singer of the band, stretching out invitingly but with no indication of what, where or when we should commence the touching. The remix moves the story on a lot and we can very clearly see who and what is to be touched. Unfortunately, we seem to have been beaten to it..!
When looking for a picture for the Bruno Mars song Marry You, we came across a lot of pretty brides that deserved a place on the cover of a single. And hence this remix of Don't Marry Her by The Beautiful South was conceived. The remix shows exactly the kind of girl you shouldn't marry - one who starts to get undressed in front of your mates, and in front of the camera, before you get her home to consummate the relationship!