Raise Your Hands is what Reel 2 Real Featuring The Mad Stuntman ask us, or indeed tell us, to do. But oddly on the original single cover artwork, the two guys pictured are not raising their hands at all. Nor are either of them performing any mad stunts. On the remix we find a babe who is performing a mad stunt, by raising her hands whilst standing naked in a public place in front of a wall which is coated in graffiti. Crazy!
Although the original single cover artwork for Stand By Your Man shows Tammy Wynette in what is presumably a standing position, it shows no signs of the man of whom she sings as being next to her when she is standing. On the remix we find a babe standing close to her man. Not strictly by him in the closest sense of the word, but not far away either. Why she is naked and he is clothed is unknown, but we bet he's pleased that she chooses to stand by him in that way. Neighbor!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 1980s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 1980s, Flat-Chested, Not Safe For WorkThe Ace Of Spades - is this simply a playing card, or is it someone who is expert at digging? If we use the original album (and single of the same name) cover artwork to try and answer this question we find no more information, other than that the band members could probably use someone to help with their gardening. On the remix we find a babe who appears to be losing at cards, presumably strip poker as she is on her way to nakedness. Does she have an ace of spades? No. But she does have the four of spades in her hand. Handy!
Journey suggest that you can have it Any Way You Want It if, that is, you want a rainbow colored scarab flying towards a blue-black planet with a slightly twisted ring system. Obviously this is what the band wanted at the time, suggesting they may have been on some kind of hallucinogenic drugs. On the remix we find a babe lying on a hotel bed and by the look on her face, you really can have it any way you want it. Accept!
Let's Ch-Check It Out with the Beastie Boys. And what do we find when we do this, well none other than a rat singing into a microphone. So let's remix this cl-classic and on the re-remix we find two babes and a guy. The guy is looking at the second of the babes. The first of the babes is undressing the second of the babes and asking the guy to check it out. It's clear what he is meant to be checking on, it's more of a pussy than a rat. Seventies!
Reflections is Carly Simon's greatest hits album. On the original cover artwork we find Ms Simon grinning inanely at us. On the remix we find a couple of differences. Firstly the babe in the picture has a very clear reflection in the mirror behind her. Secondly, we thing she has some of the greatest tits that you could find on an album cover or two. So there you have it, two changes that quite literally matter not one bit, but make a big small difference to the quality of the resulting result.
Leon Haywood is not wrong when he says Don't Push It Don't Force It, because doing something like that could do serious damage. In his case the damage is to the original single cover artwork where the only thing that is being forced is Mr Haywood's face upon us. On the remix (and this falls into our XXX-rated remixes category) we find a man who is pushing it and forcing it, and a babe who is not very happy about that it appears that he may be pushing in the wrong hole for that kind of thing. Realignment!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 1980s, Special Remixes, Halloween Hits, Fantasy & Cosplay, Safe For WorkMoonlight Shadow is what Mike Oldfield (occasionally shown as featuring Maggie Reilly) tells us about in his single. On the original cover, it is not clear whether the sea is being lit up by the moonlight or not. But on the remix, it is very clear that it is, indeed, the moon that is causing shadows to be cast over the rippling ocean, as a naked babe makes her way out to see what might well be a pirate ship. Ahoy!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 1990s, Special Remixes, Remi-XXX-es, BBW, Busty, Mature, Ugly, Not Safe For WorkAnother in our very exclusive series of 'triple-X-rated' remixes, or Remi-XXX-es as we like to call them. This time it is the turn of Bizarre Inc, and their single Surprise. On the original cover we find what can only really be described as a hat. If there is anything surprising about it, it might be the fact that it seems to be made of candy. On the remix we find something very surprising, a mature mom, who is flashing her goodies for the world to see, with a look on her face that clearly says 'surprise', as if she is trying to prove to another family member that she does, in fact, dare to bare all. We sincerely hope this isn't your mom, otherwise you're surprise may be greater than we had anticipated. Shock!
Ah, yes, Sky, by Sonique. But oh, the sky that is supposedly in the background of the original cover artwork for the single is not real. How can we tell, well the horizontal striping is a bit of a dead giveaway, unless there were some very odd cloud formations on the day the picture was taken. The remix has far more realistic sky, but did you notice or did you just spot the cute babe? Cumulonimbus!