My Girl - Otis Redding 

Cover Artwork Remix of Otis Redding My Girl Original Cover Artwork of Otis Redding My Girl Today we're talkin' 'bout My Girl, by Otis Redding. Red, they say, is the color of passion, which is probably why Mr Redding is pictured against a red background. Either that, or whoever designed the cover of the single recognized the connection between red and Mr Redding's name. In the remix we see the girl about who he is singing. Also in red. It's clear to see why he would want to sing about her and be so possessive with all that 'my girl' tangent, isn't it? Scarlet!
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Take Your Shoes Off - The Cheeky Girls 

Cover Artwork Remix of Cheeky Girls Shoes Off Original Cover Artwork of Cheeky Girls Shoes Off Two consecutive days of remixes of The Cheeky Girls' covers! Think yourself lucky that we are not having a whole week of them. This is the remix for Take Your Shoes Off. In the original cover we see the girls themselves standing by a jukebox. Why and what this has to do with the song is lost in the mists of time. The remix shows two different cheeky girls who are in fits of laughter at being told to take their shoes off because it's the only thing they're still wearing! Hilarious!
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Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum) - The Cheeky Girls 

Cover Artwork Remix of Cheeky Girls Touch My Bum Original Cover Artwork of Cheeky Girls Touch My Bum Not the first remix of a song by The Cheeky Girls, nor will it be the last as we have another one tomorrow (don't ask why). The good thing about these crazy Romanian girls is that they provide the material for the remix of their own songs. In the original cover of Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum) we see the girls shying away from actually touching each other's bums. A photoshoot that they did for a top shelf magazine provides the ideal remix material. Obvious!

The Love I Lost - Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes 

Cover Artwork Remix of Harold Melvin Love Lost Original Cover Artwork of Harold Melvin Love Lost Another fanmade entry, this time from Jackson Penge of North Carolina. Jackson says that although the picture on the original cover of The Love I Lost by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes shows the band singing, it isn't blue and it is not evident who the lost lover is. He says of his remix that the girl in the picture is the love that is lost and that contrary to what might be expected the problem is that she has been lost, and can not find her way home. How careless!
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Shopping - Pet Shop Boys 

Cover Artwork Remix of Pet Shop Boys Shopping Original Cover Artwork of Pet Shop Boys Shopping Nice to get an entry submitted by one of our readers. We will let Tallie Hough of Sunderland, England take up the story:
Though this song by the Pet Shop Boys was never released as a single in its own right, I felt it was deserving of a remix of its own. So the original cover for Shopping is not actually the original cover, but one I made up. The remix is also made up as you can see and shows a naked girl going shopping. Sadly I could not find a picture of a naked babe shopping in a pet shop which would have been better.

Never mind Tallie, we like your thinking and approve of your remix. Monetary!
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Happiness - Pizzaman 

Cover Artwork Remix of Pizzaman Happiness Original Cover Artwork of Pizzaman Happiness Happiness is what Pizzaman brings. Well there's no lie there. Most deliveries of pizza by a pizzaman will bring happiness, cheese covered, tomato sauce laden, thick crust happiness. The original cover artwork though shows none of this high-calorie happiness, but instead focuses on some abstract pixellated nonsense. Thankfully we at AllBum.Art have been able to rectify this situation and return the thick crust cheeriness with a pretty girl as well. Total happiness?
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Blue Hat For A Blue Day - Nick Heyward 

Cover Artwork Remix of Nick Heyward Blue Hat Day Original Cover Artwork of Nick Heyward Blue Hat Day A Blue Hat For A Blue Day, is apparently what singer Nick Heyward recommends. How odd, then, that the original cover of Mr Heyward's single, though showing the singer himself, does not provide us with any purview of how blue the day is, what shade of blue the hat is, or who, indeed, is wearing the hat. Thankfully in the remix all of this is made clear though we find that no-one is actually wearing the hat, but is holding it in their hand. Cornflower!
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Run Till U Shine - Andrew Bennett Featuring Sir Adrian 

Cover Artwork Remix of Andrew Bennett Run Till U Shine Original Cover Artwork of Andrew Bennett Run Till U Shine Run Till U Shine. What does that mean exactly? Unfortunately, the original single cover of this track by Andrew Bennett Feat. Sir Adrian does not help at all. A cartoon angel, sitting on a cartoon cloud, wearing cartoon headphones and clicking his/her fingers to the music. Great. But where's the running and shining? Heaven only knows! The remix solves this completely as we a see a beautiful bikini-clad babe running along a beach in the sunshine. Beauty!
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Strings Of Life (Stronger On My Own) - Soul Central Featuring Kathy Brown 

Cover Artwork Remix of Soul Central Strings Of Life Original Cover Artwork of Soul Central Strings Of Life The original single cover artwork for Strings Of Life (Stronger On My Own) by Soul Central Feat. Kathy Brown shows what exactly? The nose and lips of who? Maybe it's Kathy Brown but this is not clear. It is also not clear how the strings are to make things stronger. Thankfully, we at AllBum.Art have been able to illustrate how the strings were meant to work. As you can see, the otherwise naked babe has been tied up. The strings give support to her torso and make her stronger. On her own. Knotty!

Who Dat Girl - Flo Rida Featuring Akon 

Cover Artwork Remix of Flo Rida Akon Who Dat Girl Original Cover Artwork of Flo Rida Akon Who Dat Girl Yo, yo, yo! Flo Rida to the A to the K to the O to the N. OK, so we should steer away from the whole rap thing. But not remixing covers. The original cover of Who Dat Girl shows Flo Rida sitting on a chair but no sign of Akon. Odd that. Also, there's no indication of 'who dat girl' is. Thankfully that's easy to fix and in the remix we can see who 'dat' girl is. If you look carefully, you will see that the chair has also been replaced by a stool. Oh, and all her clothes have fallen off. Mysterical!
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