Run. You're trapped in a gloomy forest. Run for your life. That is the message that is received loud and clear from the original single cover artwork of this song by Snow Patrol. On the remix we find a babe standing between two rail tracks in the snow, wearing naught but a scarf. There are many reasons why she should run including an oncoming train, catching cold, or just general stupidity in the freezing cold. Duck!
Albums Of The 2000s, Singles Of The 2000s, Winter Warmers, Album Covers, Single Covers, Not Safe For Work, Special RemixesIt is interesting to note that when Orson were creating the artwork for their single and album Bright Idea, the only difference between the two was that one had a red background, and the other blue. Though these colors are kinda bright, the idea we had for the remixed artwork was for a babe sitting around in the winter snow in bright daylight so that it was so bright that it becomes difficult to see what is going on. Now that is a bright idea. Mork!
January is upon us and in the northern hemisphere it's winter and as Cold As Ice, at least that is what M.O.P. tell us. It certainly looks quite chilly on the original single front cover artwork with the ice on the window, or something to that effect. The babe on the remix, though, looks exceptionally chilly, but if she will go out in the snow wearing nothing more than a swimming cap, then she ought to be expect to be as cold as ice. Dive!
A Merry Christmas from all of us here at AllBum.Art. And to celebrate the furtive season, we bring you a remix of Christmas Shoes by Newsong. On the original cover is a pair of shoes in a vaguely festive setting. On the remix we find a pair of shoes in a much more festive setting, complete with tree, presents and a cute babe wearing a Santa outfit and stockings. Merry!
Nothing says Dare Me (Stupidisco) better than a fuzzy picture of a babe in a boxing rung. That is what we are led to believe by Junior Jack Featuring Shena on the original front cover artwork of their single. On the remix we find a babe who has been dared. The dare appears to involve her pole-dancing naked on a street light n a city at night. The extent of daringness would depend on how busy the street is and how late at night it is. Neither things are clear. Legend!
Take It Off, screech The Donnas from inside a television on the original front cover artwork of their single. The question is, who is acting upon their instructions. The answer comes in the form of the remix where a mature babe has done as she has been told and taken off her dress. She appears to be standing outside by a tennis court, which may not have been the most sensible place to have done this. Ping!
Something special for Independence Day, as we bring you Lola Stars And Stripes by The Stills. On the original single front cover artwork you will find some stars, but no stripes and no sign of Lola. On the remix we find the stars and stripes being held patriotically by a babe wearing nothing more than a military hat. Is she called Lola? It's a possibility, but even if she isn't, it doesn't detract from the celebration. Salute!
You And Me At Six have both an album and a single entitled Take Off Your Colours (note the cute British spelling!) As it's the sixth of June (the sixth month of the year), we thought it was the ideal date for a remix. The original cover artwork shows some colored powder which has been thrown over a letter 'O'. On the remix is a babe who is undressing. She is already topless, however her panties are multicolored, so to ask her to take off her colors would be a logical next step. Rainbow!
Show Me A Sign, that is the simple request that is coming from Kontakt. The original single front cover artwork shows virtually nothing, other than the name of the band and the title of the song and the name of the record company. The remix shows a babe who is holding up a sign, with the name of the band and the title of the song on it. She is showing us a sign. She is also showing us a little more than this, but we doubt that this would raise anything other than a sign or two. Signature!