Will you look at that now? Goldie are telling us that they are Making Up Again. Does that mean that they have fallen out with each other? If their sullen faces on the original single cover artwork are anything to go by, that may well be the truth. On the remix we find a babe who is having her make-up done again, or at least touched up. Oddly both her and the girl applying the make-up are topless. Maybe the shipment of fashion from Milan is running late. Cambio!
Is that a White Ladder showing on the original album cover artwork by David Gray? It looks more like a pink line sloping at an angle that a ladder would not normally make without falling over. It probably is a pink line after all, not a white ladder. So thankfully the remix is more clear on this point as we find that it contains a white ladder. Some babe has decided to climb the ladder wearing high heels and appears to have slipped and ended up in a painful position. She also appears to have ripped her clothes in the process. Popped!
Three words that are commonly used here at AllBum.Art, Bare Stripped Naked but this time altogether in a single album title by Bettie Serveert. Whether Ms Serveert is any of the aforementioned adjectives is unclear from orange-tinted cover of her album. On the remix we find a babe who is all of the adjectives and is holding up the clothes she has removed to prove her point. Buff!
An odd one for us here at AllBum.Art as we remix some original single artwork and make it less off-the-wall. The cover for Sitting At Home by Honeycrack shows the two band members sitting around at home, which scores nearly 100% as it accurately reflects the song and the band. Why they are sitting around in the nude is unclear but perhaps they are nudists. On the remix we find a babe sitting around at home but she is not nude. Instead she is wearing some sexy black lingerie. Goth!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 1990s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 1990s, Busty, High Heels, Outdoors, Not Safe For WorkWild Wood is both an album and a single for Paul Weller. Here we focus on the remix of the artwork for his 1999 album. On the original cover we find the silhouette of Mr Weller against a backdrop of some greenery which could, potentially be a wild wood, but it's not definite. On the remix we find a babe who, it seems, has taken on the job of stopping a whole load of logs that were felled from a wild wood, from rolling away. She has to keep her foot on the logs to keep the steady. Sadly, she has been at this so long that the acid rain from the nearby forest has eroded her clothes. Dissolve!
Nothing says 'party' better than Ladies Night by Kool And The Gang. But what kind of party is it? The original single cover artwork suggests that the party consists of three girls wearing catsuits standing around on some stairs pouting. The remix shows a similar party scene but now four girls are standing around pouting wearing fur and high heel boots. Which party would you intend to attend? Strictly speaking, we'd go to whichever one was playing the best music. As if!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 2010s, Special Remixes, Remi-XXX-es, High Heels, Outdoors, Not Safe For Work
We think, though it's not exactly clear, that what has Come Undone on the original cover artwork of Robbie Williams single is most likely some kind of high powered spring. Though the spring is not visible on the cover, something does seem to have propelled Mr Williams into the ether. It's all a little hazy thought. On the remix we find a babe and it would seem that her bra has come undone. Nothing hazy or unclear about that. Any offers to help her redo it again? Clasp!
We can see why the original album cover artwork for Fight Dirty by Charlie would reflect the title, as what we can only presume is Ms Charlie looks as if she is ready to pull a few dirty moves if threatened. On the remix we find two babes already engaged in an epic battle and who are clearly fighting dirty. One is ripping off the clothes of the other. Having said that it seems that the one doing the ripping has already had hers ripped off her so it's all about revenge. Heave!
Now far be it from us to suggest any kind of idiocy on the part of those responsible for developing the original single cover artwork for Avenging Angels by Space, but a metal cheese-grater that has been given metal angel wings, arms and a halo fails in one extremely specific way. The song title has the word 'angels' in it, not 'angel' in the singular, which is to say there should be a plurality of angels, not just one. The remix fixes this as two angels now bedeck the cover. Oh, hang on, one of them is a devil. We fail two, too.