Single Covers, Singles Of The 1990s, Special Remixes, Halloween Hits, Angels & Devils, High Heels, Safe For WorkThere's a Devil In Your Shoes (and she's Walking All Over) or at least there is if Shed 7 are to be believed. And we have to take their word for it because on the original single cover artwork we find nothing to indicate who this devil is, or indeed what shoes she might be wearing. On the remix we find out far more about the situation. The devil is wearing those red high heels you bought, and is drinking your wine too. Scarlet!
Just How High? That is the question that The Charlatans are asking. Now it is feasible that the picture on the original single cover artwork which shows some guy wearing a backpack was taken whilst he was at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, and thus he could be deemed to be very high, but it is so faded it is impossible to tell. On the remix we find a babe with some of the highest high heels that can surely exist and thus the question of how high is now answered. Lofty!
Desree tells us that she Feels So High. This may be true, she is clearly in a good mood as she is smiling, but how high is 'so' high? We felt the need to find out and so on the remix we got three babes to wear very high heel boots. This wasn't enough though so we asked one of the babes to feel how high one of the other babes was. Sadly the answer is not known but who really cares, it's the question that matters in this case, isn't it? Inquisitive!
Our third remix for Nicki Minaj has us considering her single Starships. On the original single cover artwork we find Ms Minaj looking very pink and purple, but unless she is standing in some sleek starship whose internals are all painted in pure white, we are not convinced that she is in any kind of planet-hopping vehicle. On the remix is a babe standing in what appears to be an interlinking corridor between the flux chamber and the galley of a Type 19XD inter-stellar cargo ship, or so we are told. And she is wearing a Quijj Class personal defense shield. Protective!
The original single cover artwork for In My Arms by Mylo shows a boy and a girl kissing and arguably passes the test for actually depicting the nature of the song on the cover as the boy has the girl's arms around his neck. The remix, therefore, doesn't really add anything except that the girl is now in need of having the boy's arms around her as she is wearing nothing more than a pair of shoes. Thankfully the boy's arms are saving her from any embarrassment at having forgotten the rest of her clothing. Shy!
What does A Lover's Holiday look like? Well, according to the original single artwork from Change, it looks like a series of circles and triangles in black, orange and yellow. Obviously! However we think that the simple addition of a babe who has packed her suitcase and is ready to head on holiday is necessary, and so that is exactly what we have done. Why she is already topless despite not being on the beach, and why her panties are around her ankles is less clear, though perhaps she has not finished packing her suitcase yet. Vacation!
Automatic by The Pointer Sisters is the subject of today's AllBum.Art artwork remix. The original cover shows the three band members but what is it about them that could be said to be automatic? The banality of their effort? On the remix we find a babe sitting in a car ready to drive it. Is it automatic, or stick shift? It's automatic, obviously, check the stick if you can let your eyes drift that far. Drive!
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).