Rain On Me - Ashanti 

Friday, 16 May, 2014, 05:13 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 2000s, Outdoors, Wet & Windy, Not Safe For Work
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Cover Artwork Remix of Ashanti Rain On Me Original Cover Artwork of Ashanti Rain On Me The original cover of Ashanti's 2003 single Rain On Me is what we at AllBum.Art would refer to as a 'denizen of deleted dealies', meaning, in particular, that it misses one totally critical dealy, that being any suggestion of rain. Thankfully such omissions are easily dealt with and in the remix we see a poor bedraggled and soaked babe who has been thoroughly rained on. Soggy!
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Purple Rain - Prince And The Revolution 

Sunday, 23 March, 2014, 05:52 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 1980s, Wet & Windy, Safe For Work
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Cover Artwork Remix of Prince Purple Rain Original Cover Artwork of Prince Purple Rain As we draw to the end of our week of featured artist remixes, we drift away into a haze of evening mist, gently lit by the waning lunar disc and moistened by the most appalling thunder storm. Yes, that's what we think of when we hear Purple Rain by Prince And The Revolution. So just to make sure that's what we see too, this remix of the cover shows a more sedate and less cramped version of the scene. With a naked chick lying down and getting wet. Sodden!
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Rain - Status Quo 

Thursday, 7 November, 2013, 05:54 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 1970s, Wet & Windy, Not Safe For Work
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Cover Artwork Remix of Status Quo Rain Original Cover Artwork of Status Quo Rain And another in this week's remixes of Status Quo songs sent in by Mark Hodson of England. In this one, Rain, Mr Hodson says:
In the song, the Quo sing that they can't live without the rain. Now we all know plants need rain, but for a rock band, there must be a different reason why rain is so attractive and in my remix I have shown why.

Ah, so the reason they can't live without the rain is because there's a naked chick lying on the floor being soaked by it. That makes complete sense.
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I Can't Stand The Rain - Eruption 

Wednesday, 7 August, 2013, 05:03 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 1970s, Busty, Wet & Windy, Not Safe For Work
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Cover Artwork Remix of Eruption I Cant Stand The Rain Original Cover Artwork of Eruption I Cant Stand The Rain We got an e-mail from Maark Klempe from South Africa who said that although it might be summer in the northern hemisphere, it was the middle of winter where he lived and that we shouldn't be so insensitive by publishing lots of new cover art for summery songs. So here, especially for Maark is a remix of Eruption's 1978 single I Can't Stand The Rain. You'll be wanting us to return to Christmas songs next...
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It's Raining Again - Supertramp 

Tuesday, 9 July, 2013, 05:36 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 1980s, Wet & Windy, Not Safe For Work
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Cover Artwork Remix of Supertramp Raining Again Original Cover Artwork of Supertramp Raining Again With summer here, what better time than to focus on songs about rain! This 1982 song from Supertramp declares that It's Raining Again. The cover of the single, however, has to rate as a 'fail'. Not only is the band not visible, but the only thing to suggest any kind of rain is a picture of a hat. A hat, what about that? Not a cat, in a hat, but a hat, on it's own. All alone. So it's been remixed with a more rainy outlook. Sat, without a hat, is a cat (of a pussy kind).
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Here Comes The Rain Again - Eurythmics 

Monday, 8 July, 2013, 05:30 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 1980s, Wet & Windy, Not Safe For Work
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Cover Artwork Remix of Eurythmics Here Comes Rain Original Cover Artwork of Eurythmics Here Comes Rain There is no particular reason for having a bit of a run on Eurythmics songs other than they make good subjects for remixes. Here Comes The Rain Again is another melancholy performance from the band with a cover which is equally lugubrious, showing the band members sitting looking at a brown wall. No rain though - which is odd. That's why it's been remixed to show the rain, that's come again. And a girl, who seems to be enjoying it. Not so dreary after all, eh?
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Love Is In The Air - Milk And Sugar Versus John Paul Young 

Thursday, 27 June, 2013, 05:12 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 2000s, Wet & Windy, Not Safe For Work
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Cover Artwork Remix of Milk+sugar Vs John Paul Young Original Cover Artwork of Milk+sugar Vs John Paul Young Love Is In The Air was originally a hit for John Paul Young in the 1970s. This remixed cover is, appropriately, for the remixed version released by dance act Milk And Sugar in 2001. The original cover is very clearly missing something. The three guys are staring into space looking for the love in the air but it's not there. We have added it so it's now clear, though the remixed cover is more Love Is In The Water than in the air. Do you care? Thought not.
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Set Fire To The Rain - Adele 

Wednesday, 16 January, 2013, 05:47 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 2010s, Wet & Windy, Not Safe For Work
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Original Cover Artwork of Adele Set Fire To The Rain Buxom British babe Adele's 2011 song Set Fire To The Rain is something of an enigma. The cover for the single shows Adele but gives no indicate of how the act of setting fire to rain is to be carried out. When it comes to setting fire to rain, then this is a bit of a thorny problem. On Earth at least, the fact that rain is made of water tends to rule out any flammability. So it must be that the rain in question would be on another planet where the atmosphere is made of volatile hydrocarbons such that the rain can be ignited. This would also require the air to have some oxygen content and, if not handled carefully, could result in the complete planet being burned to a crisp. It seems unlikely then, that Ms Adkins is singing about setting fire to rain in a literal sense, but more in a metaphoric one.

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Cover Artwork Remix of Adele Set Fire To The Rain How, then, does one set fire to rain metaphorically. One option might be to shine orange light into the rain and make each droplet appear to be on fire, though the fact that when it hit the floor, it would extinguish any existing fires would make this rather pointless in many ways. The option that makes most sense from a 'cover of a single' perspective, is that setting fire relates more to making the rain appear hot, and by appear, this is not raising its temperature, but adding something that is aesthetically 'hot', and by aesthetically hot, this does not mean just the color orange. What could possibly be hotter than a naked girl, except perhaps two naked girls. The revised cover features just this juxtaposition - a naked girl in some rain - who is metaphorically setting fire to the rain by being a hottie. Whether this is what is meant by Ms Adkins is not certain but it is sufficient, aesthetically speaking, to decode the enigma hidden in the song's lyrics.

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Naked In The Rain - Blue Pearl 

Saturday, 12 January, 2013, 05:39 - Single Covers, Singles Of The 1990s, Flat-Chested, Wet & Windy, Not Safe For Work
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Original Cover Artwork of Blue Pearl Naked In Rain As titles for songs go, the 1990 hit from Blue Pearl called Naked In The Rain is like a red rag to a bull when it comes to possible twists on the cover art for the single. The original cover shows a blue pearl, which is one of the rarest colours of pearl. The pearl is sat amidst some material which appears to be silk and is also blue in colour. It could be argued that as the pearl is not covered up, it is naked. There is no rain though and although the title of the song is Naked In The Rain, the lyrics make it quite clear that the idea is to go 'dancing naked in the rain'. Pearls, being blobs of calcium carbonate, are unlikely to be able to go dancing and thus the cover of the single, whilst a good attempt, does fail to reflect the charisma of the song.

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Cover Artwork Remix of Blue Pearl Naked In Rain In the revised version, we find a naked girl (or at least she appears naked from the waist upwards, and it must therefore be presumed, especially as she is clearly quite wet, that she hasn't bothered to dress at all). The naked girl is standing in what looks like rain, though given the fact that it is dark, it is not clear whether this is real rain or simulated rain. Either way, water is pouring in drops and covering her body. Is she dancing? Well, she's not having a shower (you can tell because she isn't all soapy and her pose is not one that is normally associated with showering). She may not be dancing, but she is striking a pose so maybe she is dancing to Madonna's Vogue? There does not appear to be a pearl in the picture, but that is not the case - the naked girl is called 'Pearl' and is clearly a precious jewel too.

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