We think Sailor may have had One Drink Too Many when putting together the original single front cover artwork for their song as we find the band members standing around with their instruments but with no drink in sight. On the remix we find a babe with a bottle in her hand, glugging down what seems to be some kind of alcoholic fruit drink based on the fuzzy picture on the bottle. How do we know she has had one drink too many? We don't, but the fact that she appears to be naked is a clue of a kind. Cider!
Here we go with a remix of Downtown by One 2 Many. On the original single front cover artwork we see the three band members looking away from something, but what could it be and what is downtown. On the remix we see what it was. A babe has decided to go downtown in just her high heel shoes. The whys and wherefores of her decision to do this are rather lost in the mists of time itself, but maybe she had one too many? Wordplay!
What could that be coming over the hill, it is a Monster? That is the question that The Automatic ask us. The original single cover artwork suggests that it could be some kind of green potion swilling creature. The remix shows an 'orrible monster in the form of a babe who appears to have tattooed a spider's web on her lips and skull and crossbone on her arms. Goodness only knows what other tattoos she has, and goodness is welcome to that. Blood!
Another remix for Mike Oldfield. On the original single front cover artwork for To France, we find a very blurry and obscured picture of Mr Oldfield. Why this would in any way represent France, or even a journey to said country, is unknown and unclear. On the remix we find a babe who has completed the journey to France. How do we know this? Simply because she is standing in front of the Eiffel Tower. Ooh la la!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 2000s, Special Remixes, Halloween Hits, Angels & Devils, High Heels, Outdoors, Safe For WorkThe Mötley Crüe sing of Hell On High Heels, but, alas, their original single cover artwork does not help us understand what it was that they were meaning when they conceived of the song. The remix attempts to be more informative as we find a hellish babe, in a graveyard, wearing a pair of high heels, boots in this particular instance. By the looks of her, she could definitely give you hell whilst wearing her high heels, so the Mötley Crüe need to watch out. Motley!
What a joker Beck is! On the original single cover artwork for Devils Haircut, he deliberately misses out an apostrophe, so we don't know if there is one devil or many. On the remix we discover that there is in fact, just the one devil, a devilish babe who is giving a haircut to some unsuspecting man who will no doubt be drawn into her, for want of a better word, Beelzibubs. That seems a particularly appropriate turn of phrase for them. Melons!
There are very few people who would not understand what Sly Fox mean when they sing Let's Go All The Way, with that izzy-izzy back-beat. However the designer of their original single cover artwork possibly did not as he chose to represent this by some grotesque drawing of a face. On the remix we find a sly old fox who has convinced her man (or maybe someone else's man) to go all the way with her. It does not look like he took that much convincing. Destination!
Just what constitutes Beautiful Ones? According to Suede, if the front cover artwork from their single is to be believed, it's all about having dark colored jeans on. On the remix we can not see if the babe concerned is also wearing dark jeans, but she is wearing a dark hat and dark gloves, but it seems her dark dress may not fit her properly, revealing her definitely beautiful ones. Smooth!