When Pink Floyd invite us to See Emily Play, we expect a little more from their single cover artwork than a mixed-up, messed-up picture of a few of the band members. We expect to see Emily, and we expect to see her playing. Thank goodness, then, that we at AllBum.Art have managed to rectify this situation in the remix with a picture of a babe, who we believe is called Emily, who is playing the guitar for us. We would be happy to see Emily play all day. Electric!
For some reason, we had always thought that Texas were a band from Texas, but apparently they are from Scotland. Anyway the original single cover artwork for I'll See It Through we find the lead singer running her hands through her hair. On the remix we find a different babe also running her hands through her hair, but she is wearing a see-through body-stocking and... wait for it... I'll See Through It (yes, words in the wrong order but pobody's nerfect).
One Cool Remove is what Shawn Colvin sings about with the help of Mary Chaplin Carpenter, which is nice of them. But what on Earth is a one cool remove? The original single cover artwork gives us no idea whatsoever other than showing a badly squashed photo of the two of them singing. On the remix we find a babe out in the snowy cold who has just one cool thing left to remove. Now that is definitely one cool remove in more ways than one. Two!
Inner City look like they are enjoying themselves on the original front cover artwork for their single Do You Love What You Feel. The odd thing is that it is not clear what it is that they are feeling that they are loving. On the remix we find two babes feeling inside some guy's swimming shorts. It's not clear whether they love what they feel, but we suspect the guy likes it. Duo!
Big Fun is what Inner City claim to be having. But the original front cover artwork for their single doesn't really indicate what kind of fun this is and why it is so big. Instead it just offers us a skyline, possibly of Detroit, MI, their home town. On the remix we find two babes having a lot of fun together doing some foxy wrestling. How big is their fun? Well the babe on the top is very large, so their fun must be of an equal proportion. Disproportionate!
Another remix for that intrepid duo, Hall & Oates. This time it is the turn of their 1977 album Beauty On A Back Street to get remixed. The original album front cover artwork shows Mr Hall and Mr Oates looking somewhat furtive on a dinghy back street somewhere. Certainly there is no beauty in sight. On the remix we find a beauty on a back street in the form of a babe who, for some unexplained reason, chooses to hang around back streets in naught but her high heel shoes. Go figure!
We are very disappointed by the Backstreet Boys. The original single cover artwork is so boring and uninventive that they were either on a cost-cutting mission, or were just very pressed for time when they put it together. We have tried to help them improve this (for free too!) and on the remix we find a woman whose head is covered in a hood that shows us the shape of her heart. Given the skimpy string bikini she is half wearing, we can almost see the shape of lots of other parts of her too. Constraints!
It would seem that on the original single front cover artwork for Shame Shame Shame by Shirley And Company, the intention was to shame President Richard Nixon, which it seems that Shirley is pointing to. Indeed, shame on him. On the remix we find three babes who are all looking rather ashamed at having to stand around with their panties around their ankles and wearing nothing more than a pair of high heels. Shame on them too. Scandal!
Apparently Milky likes us Just The Way You Are. Which is odd, because on the original single front cover artwork, we find a babe (presumably Milky) standing on a country road with her hands above her head. Is that her way of expressing that she likes us just the way we are? On the remix we find a different babe standing on a country road but this time doing a head-stand in naught but her high heels. She can stay just the way she is for as long as she likes. Time!