Now you might think that the title of Ed Sheeran's album X reflects some kind of adult theme. In reality it is just an abbreviation for multiply. But that doesn't stop us here at AllBum.Art from ignoring this fact and providing a remix that has an adult theme. In this case the X-rated content is provided by a babe holding two fluorescent light bulbs crossed in the center to form an X. Glowing!
You Can't Hurry Love, or so say The Supremes in their 1966 single. But why is this the case, because the original single cover doesn't really explain it, unless it is because the band are about to fall off the stage and thus slow motion is needed. In the remix, we find that love really does need to be hurried, otherwise it is about to get run over by a racing car. That slow motion has never been more necessary. Brake!
It was OK in the 70s to have titles of songs such as Ain't Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman), but today, Joe Tex would no doubt find himself with a lawsuit on his hands for causing offense to the consumptionally challenged bigger bodied women (BBW). So to help him overcome his dislike of larger ladies, the remix shows just the kind of big woman that it would be enormous fun to bump with. Rebound!
Another song whose title is clearly misspelled. Boops (Here To Go).. what is boops when it is at home? We think Sly And Robbie were having a bit of fun and really wanted to sing about boobs but were unable to do so because it would have been inappropriate in the 80s. Today, however, such things are largely the norm and so the remix does away with all the boops nonsense and replaces it with boobs. OK?
Another artwork remix for weird British songstress Kate Bush, whose name alone almost screams for a remix. But in this case, it is the title of the song that is doing the screaming. We don't quite know what Babooshka is, but it is an anagram of "boobs a.k.a. 'h'" (OK, so the last but is a bit rubbish but you get the general concept). So the remix shows much the same picture but with Ms Bush replaced by someone with more baboobskha. Melons!
We're goin' back in time, to nineteen sixty-nine, where groovin' was sublime and... you get the idea. Get Ready is a soul classic from The Temptations, and in true sixties style, the original cover shows the band ready to groove. The remix, on the other hand, shows two babes who are in the process of gettin' ready for something. What exactly is unknown but it appears to require them to take their panties off. Descend!
Now we all know what Meghan Trainor is singing about in her single All About That Bass. She is singing about the lower register of the female body, the bottom end of the frequency range. Hell, let's just say it, she's talking about ass, pure and simple. So why does the original cover artwork show someone hiding behind a placard, and even more confusing, the picture is cropped so that her ass isn't even visible. Not in the remix, eh? Deep!
One of those remixes prompted by finding a weird picture rather than by the song itself. Mind you, Ooh La La is the kind of title that is ideal for a remix anyway, given it's Parisian connotations. Anyway, the original single shows a blue smurf, who vaguely resembles Ms Spears which is perhaps not surprising given that the song is from a smurf movie. The remix shows much the same, it's just that the smurf is now topless (ooh, la, la!)
Returning to another topic we enjoy remixing, angels, this remix of Send Me And Angel by the Scorpions is a particular favorite of ours. The original cover artwork does a reasonable job having, as it does, a picture of an angel on it. In this sense, the remix makes no improvements, the only change is that the angel is more naturally attired in the remix and by that we mean largely naked, other than her wings, which presumably she can't take off anyway being an angel and all. Ascend!