Outkast are probably best known for singing Hey Ya. Today, though, it is the turn of their single So Fresh, So Clean to get remixed. On the original front cover artwork you can see the band members looking, well, looking, there's not much more to it than that. On the remix is a babe who wants to be so fresh and so clean. So much so that she has decided to take a bath in an old tin tub, by the side of a lake. If she wasn't so dirty, she could have waited to wash until she got home. Soap!
Although the front cover artwork for Mya's single says the title of the song is Case Of The Ex, the full title is Case Of The Ex (Whatcha Gonna Do), got that? And how's about that trendy dash above the letter 'y', to just make the picture of the singer zing with ex-case sparkle? On the remix is a babe kneeling down by a case. Is it her ex's case? Possibly, as she seems to be wearing what's left of a bride's outfit. Maybe the dress is in the case, which is what the ex is all about. Gloves!
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It's a Watcher's Point Of View (Don't Cha Think)? That is what PM Dawn are asking. To illustrate this, their original single front cover artwork they show us the sea at sunset (or is it sunrise) with the band's name engraved showing outer space. On the remix we see a babe walking down the street and over her left shoulder a guy has the watcher's point of view, with the name of the band suitably engraved over the whole scene. It seems that her dress is very see-through, and although our view shows this, you have to wonder what he is staring at. Pink!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 1980s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 1980s, Outdoors, Public, Safe For WorkTeena Marie tells us that she is Naked To The World. But on the original cover artwork for her album and single of the same name, she is clearly fully clothed, not naked. And where is the world to be found? On the remix is a babe who is naked and what's more, she is standing in front of a large crowd of people who we shall, for the sake of this remix, call the world at large. Unlike the original artist, she is then naked to the world, and sanity has been restored. Pavement!
Seamonsters (whoooo, splash). It is an album by The Wedding Present. That has to be stated as the original album cover artwork just shows a number of red < V > type signs floating around on a dark background. On the remix we see two real life seamonsters, who have decided to take a splash about in the sea. Don't get too close because if they start moving too quickly, a vortex will form and you will be lost at sea forever. Whoooo.
Is The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) the longest title for a song here at AllBum.Art? Without going through each on and checking, we may never know. The band concerned, Harpers Bizarre don't seem phased by the length of the title on the original single front cover artwork, standing around a lamp-post. On the remix we find a babe standing underneath a bridge who seems equally unfazed even though there are large holes in her dress. Balustrade!
Bonnie Tyler is Lost In France. Perhaps she should have bought a map, or even asked someone for directions. Then again, perhaps she doesn't speak French. Whichever it is, on the original single front cover artwork there is no specific evidence of this lack of direction as all we see is Ms Tyler with a light shining behind her. On the remix is a babe who is definitely lost, and that long boulevard she is standing next to definitely has a French style to it. She is more than geographically lost though, as she has lost all her clothes too. Found!
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!
Hitch-hiking always makes a good topic for a remix here at AllBum.It. Green Day sing on this topic on their single Hitchin' A Ride. On the original cover artwork the three members are standing on a pebble strewn road. On the remix, four babes are standing on a similarly pebbly road, but with their thumbs out trying to hitch a ride. They seem to have decided that being topless might increase their chances of being picked up. They probably have that right. Denim!