Cabin Crew are very definitely waiting for a Star To Fall, the original cover artwork of their single makes this very clear with its vert repetitive text which repeats the same text again and again and again in a very repetitive fashion that repeats itself a lot. But where are the cabin crew? On the remix of course, where they're serving drinks to the passengers. Nice uniforms!
So it seems that on the original cover artwork for Everytime It Rains by Ace Of Base, we find the four band members of which at least three are wearing some kind of waterproof clothing (it's not clear if the tunic being worn by the dark-haired babe would provide much protection against precipitation). On the remix we find a babe who has not taken this measure of protection and who has found herself out in the rain in nothing more than a flimsy t-shirt which has provided little to no shelter against the downpour. Ace!
Now it may just be that on the original cover of Wash In The Rain by The Bees (UK), that there is, in fact, someone or something that is being washed in the rain, but the picture has been so badly cropped that other than possibly indicating that it is raining, there is little extra to go on. In the remix we find a babe who is definitely being washed in the rain. In the rain, in the dark, with naught but a golden street-light to illuminate her. Oh, and naked of course. Torrential!
Continuing on the theme of rain, we have for you, a remix of Rain Down On Me by Kane. The original cover artwork shows a stylized dragon of some kind or other which seems to have been superimposed on a background that might just represent raindrops falling on rain-sodden land. We need things a little clearer, and so the remix has a babe who has had the rain raining down on her for some time as she seems soaked. As do her clothes. Transparent!
We like a good rain-based remix here at AllBum.Art as a sexy babe soaking wet is always a sight to behold. Today it is the turn of The Cult and their single Rain to hit the remix table. The original cover shows a cloud, which may, or may not, be a rain cloud. The remix shows a babe who has gotten so wet in the rain that she obviously thinks that removing her t-shirt which is soaking wet, is a good move. We agree. Concur!
Albums Of The 1970s, Singles Of The 1970s, Singles Of The 1980s, Singles Of The 1990s, Album Covers, Single Covers, Not Safe For WorkWhilst we are in a family mood, here's another sibling related remix. We Are Family was a hit for Sister Sledge in the 70s and again in the 80s and 90s as a remix, so it is only fitting that the cover of their single (and album of the same name) receives the AllBum.Art treatment. On the original cover we see the sisters, sitting around looking less than familial. On the remix we find a mother and her daughter looking equally familial but much happier than the sisters appear. Then again letting the wind blow through your hair on a sunny day is always a winner. Smile!
Just what were Pearl Jam on when they were thinking about what to put on the cover for their single Daughter? In fact what exactly is it that is on the cover? It looks like the inside of a cheese grater lit up in red light. Anyhow, thank goodness for AllBum.Art as we can help sort out the mess for them. On the remix we find a mother proudly sitting alongside her daughter. For some reason they are both nude: perhaps they are naturists. Nudist!
411 is a band comprising four cute looking girls, so what is the '11' bit - perhaps this relates to bingo where legs are eleven, or maybe we made that bit up. Either way, the original cover artwork for their single On My Knees Featuring Ghostface Killah (who is so ghostly they don't even appear on the cover) is not bad. But the 11 are not on their knees. In the remix, we find just one, not 4 girls, but she is on her knees. Ghostface is still nowhere to be seen, but maybe that's the nature of such a spectre. Spooky!
The original single for Safri Duo's Played-A-Live (The Bongo Song) fails in so many ways, it's not even worth counting them. So instead let's just count the bongos on the remixed version and find that there are two of them. A duo of bongos, no less. And the played-a-live bit? Well the bongos are living flesh so that makes them a-live, and who wouldn't want to play with them? So you see, the remix succeeds in as many ways as the original single cover artwork fails. Mathematic!