Easy Tiger! That is what this album by Ryan Adams is entitled. This love of endangered animals is illustrated by Mr Adams sitting on a bench, smoking a cigarette. Everything is in black and white, except for his digital watch face which for some mysterious reason is green. On the remix we find a babe painted to look like a tiger who is crawling up (or is it down) some stairs. She had better be careful not to rub that paint off on the woodwork. Easy now!
Here are Peabo Bryson And Roberta Flack and Tonight I (or they) Celebrate My (or their) Love for you (or maybe for each other?) At least on the original single front cover artwork, they do seem to be enjoying each other's company. On the remix we find a bride, dressed in white, who seems to be ready to celebrate her love in the age honored fashion of singing this old 80s song while holding a bunch of flowers. Rose!
It seems that James's idea of a Gold Mother, is some kind of blurred, watery image of what could possibly be Mary, but could just about be anyone if the original album front cover artwork is a reflection of their opinion. The AllBum.Art opinion on what constitutes a gold mother, is a mature golden-haired babe, wearing a gold basque, and gold high heel shoes. A sexy gold mother [insert your own word to complete the sentence here]. Flim?
Release Me, or release you, or release someone (or something). Whichever of these are correct, the original single cover artwork by Englebert Humperdinck does not indicate who or what needs releasing. Instead we find Mr Dorsey (for that is his real name) looking at something. Perhaps the thing he is looking at is the babe on the remix whose ankles seem to have been tied up with a whip. And maybe it is her who needs releasing and Mr Dorsey is singing on her behalf. Untied!
Another remix for Everything But The Girl and this time it is their hit Wrong. And there is plenty that is wrong with the original single front cover artwork. Especially the camera work which is so badly blurred that it is impossible to see what it is meant to be. On the remix we find a busty babe who is not blurred. What is wrong with that? We could tell you what is wrong but maybe you would like to work it out for yourself. Boy, oh boy!
Curved Air sang about Back Street Luv. To illustrate this, on the original single front cover artwork, they put pictures of themselves. Maybe they are on a back street, and maybe they luv each other. On the remix, a far simpler picture is presented. What looks like a babe in heels and a dude in a suit who seem to be in luv are making out under a bush. Maybe they are on a back street. It would seem unlikely that they are on a busy boulevard. Avenue!
Love On A Mountain Top, as long as the altitude isn't too high to inhibit breathing, might be quite chilly as most mountain tops are snow-covered. It seems that Robert Knight didn't really think about the practicalities of his proposed mountain-top love-making. The original single front cover artwork shows a picture of Mr Knight, but no sign of any mountain. Perhaps he has never actually visited one. On the remix is a babe lying naked on what appears to be the top of some kind of hillock (whether it would classify as a mountain is difficult to know). Lovely!
Oooh, ooh, take me in your arms and Rock Yo Hips baby. That's not quite what the Crime Mob sing as they sit or stand against a brick wall on the original single front cover artwork. They seem quite stationary which doesn't help understand how yo hips should be rocking. On the remix, two big babes are rocking their bikinis and maybe their hips too, though as this is a picture and not a video, it's difficult to know for sure what amount of rock is being applied. Sticky!
What is Underneath It All? That is the question that we find ourselves asking when we look at the original single front cover artwork by No Doubt. Their answer seems to be that what is underneath it all is Gwen Stefani and a ghetto-blaster. On the remix we find a babe standing in her heels and a see-through dress, so that we can see what is underneath it all. Oops, would you know it, she might not be quite the babe you thought she was underneath it all. Review!
The Purple People Eater is now a largely forgotten song by Sheb Wooley. Perhaps this is because the original front cover artwork for the single shows a weird creature with a musical pipe coming from his head. On the remix is a babe wearing largely purple colored clothes. Whether she eats people or not is uncertain, perhaps she does this in a shed, with the singer Sheb, and a dog called Shep. She doesn't seem shey, oops, we mean shy. Woolen!