A second remix in a row for Luther Vandross and this time it is the single artwork for So Amazing that we are examining. On the original artwork we find a drawing of Mr Vandross once again with one of his trademark cheeky smiles on his face. On the remix we find another trademark remix as there is yet another babe who could be said to have never too much, and is certainly pretty amazing. It seems this is the kind of babe that Mr Vandross enjoys smiling at. We can't argue with that!
Luther Vandross sings to us that it is Never Too Much. Now from the original single cover artwork it would seem that whatever it is that is never too much is making Mr Vandross smile in a rather cheeky fashion. On the remix we find out why, as the thing that there is never too much of is the buxom bosom of a hot babe who has a lot but, if we are to believe Mr Vandross, still doesn't have too much. Bursting!
Nothing illustrates a song with the title of Change more accurately than having the singer, in this case Lisa Stansfield squatting on the roof of a building. Well, when we say nothing, we obviously mean that what would be better would be to have a babe who is changing her clothes which is what you find on the remix. Why she has chosen to change in the middle of a busy street is anyone's guess. We can only presume that she was so desperate to change that she couldn't wait to do it somewhere less public. Altered!
If you look closely enough, you will see that on the original single front cover artwork for Rescue Me by Skepta, Mr Adenuga (for that is his name) is wearing a straight-jacket, so it is quite feasible that he needs rescuing, though if someone has decided to tie him up in that way, perhaps no rescue attempt should be made. On the remix we find a babe who, if you look closely enough, you will realize doesn't need rescuing at all, despite her appearing to be tied up in chains, because the chains don't fasten to anything including, it seems, her clothes. Padlock!
Where do we begin with the original front cover artwork for I'm Not Shy by Frank? For starters, none of the girls pictured appear very shy, so not only is there no sign of shyness, but it is not clear which, if any, of the girls would be making such a bold statement. On the remix we find just one babe who is making a very bold statement about being shy, or rather not being shy, as she stands outside a grocery store being as un-shy as it's just about possible to be. Frankly!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 2010s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 2010s, High Heels, Not Safe For WorkNicola Roberts tells us that it is our Lucky Day on the single and album of the same name. On the original cover artwork we find Mr Roberts slouching on top of some laundry machines. Maybe it is our lucky day because she is doing our washing for us? On the remix we find a business man who has turned up for a meeting to find that it is with two naked babes. Now that truly is a lucky day and no mistake. Twosome!
What is the Natural Thing that adorns the original cover artwork of the single from Innocence? It appears to be some kind of wave overlaid onto the visage of the lead singer. Nice but not that natural a thing. On the remix we find an innocent looking babe who is amidst a natural forest setting. She is the epitome of naturalness and innocence, at least that's what we thought. If she was also a thing that would make our work completed. Unfinished!
It's May, so time for a song with the word May in the title. And what better than May The Sunshine by Nazareth? On the original single cover artwork, we find some kind of skull with wings, which fails on so many fronts. Where is the sunshine, for example? The remix fixes this problem as we find a babe lying down enjoying the sunshine. It must be quite warm as she is only wearing high heels and stockings. Also, is it May? Maybe!