We are willing to give the artist that prepared the artwork for Summer Paradise by Simple Plan Feat. Sean Paul, a bronze star for their effort. They at least captured the feel of what a summer paradise might look like. They would have got a silver star if they had included a picture of the artists singing the song. And a gold star if they had done both. We award ourselves just a silver star as we haven't included the artists but have added what we think a summer paradise should have - a sexy babe in a bikini. Sultry!
Oddly for such an obscure act, this is our second remix of the artwork for a single by Pizzaman - this time it's for Trippin' On Sunshine. As you can clearly see the original cover for the single is downright appalling. It shows nothing at all. Nix. Nil. Zero. Zilch. Our remix shows a naked babe who is out in the sunshine and seems to have tripped over. As a result of her having tripped over she seems to have ended up in a position where the ebb and flow of the tide is taking her somewhere else. So as well as tripping on the sand, she is tripping on the sea. Clumsy!
If ever there were a song that was written for endless dodgy remixes it must be Sex On The Beach by T-Spoon. But not only have we provided you with one remix, but two! The original cover shows the band in true 1990s style, but (maybe because it was too risque even in the '90s) no indication of what sex on the beach might be. Obviously it is a cocktail made with vodka and peach schnapps, but you and we both know that that is not what they are singing about. Our first remix provides a view of what sex on a beach might look like from the eye of a beholder in a perfect world. A taut ass and the sea lapping at the short. The second remix is more realistic as we see that sand has gotten everywhere and can surely not make the experience that comfortable. Scratchy!
Which song better reflects the glory of summers gone than Summer Of '69 by Bryan Adams? Perhaps none. But the original cover of the single gives no indication of what the summer of that particular year might have looked like. Now there are obvious remixes of covers with the number sixty-nine in them that we could have chosen but instead we have found a picture that could not be more relevant if it tried. In it we see a naked babe, on a beach, with a six-string as Mr Adams laments about in the opening line to the song. And why is this so relevant? The fact that the picture was taken in 1969! Indisputable!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 1990s, Special Remixes, Summer Sizzlers, Busty, Outdoors, Safe For Work
Wowser! Four remixes of the same cover. Whaaat! Yes, it's true, when we came to remix the cover of the single Sun Is Shining by Bob Marley Vs. Funkstar De Luxe, we got completely torn for choice over exactly what the remix should look like. And rather than us decide, we here at AllBum.Art have provided the original (showing Mr Marley but very little sun, other than a tiny picture of a beach in the top right corner) and four possible alternative covers for you to choose from, all featuring sexy black babes that we feel Mr Marley would have definitely approved of. Indecisive!
A song so obscure that it doesn't even have a proper single cover, Let The Sun Shine Thru is an uplifting summer sound that deserves to be better known, even if Richard F Feat. Samantha Stocks remain locked away in the production studio. To help them, we have remixed the cover to let the sun truly shine thru by way of a sexy babe in a bikini that not only leaves little to the imagination but also shows just where the sun might shine if only the bikini were not there. Skintite!
We're very much enjoying our summer vacation and all of the remixes associated with it. As it is, we are lounging on the shore and who should walk past us but some sexy stranger. And of course, that is almost certainly what Mr Acker Bilk had in mind when he penned Stranger On The Shore. Unfortunately the cover of his 1961 single does not reflect this, but our remix does. Sandy!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 1970s, Special Remixes, Summer Sizzlers, Busty, Outdoors, Not Safe For WorkWaking up in the morning. Sun shining. Water glistening. You just know it's going to be a Lovely Day, and what better song to get you going on such a day as this one by Bill Withers. Oddly, on the original cover we see Mr Withers amongst a menagerie of animals. Thankfully, on the remixed cover we see the same animals but also the sun shining, the water glistening and wouldn't you know it, a topless babe to top it off. Now that really is a lovely day to wake up to. Twinkle!
What could be more summery than having the sun shining down on your body. Well although Shined On Me by Praise Cats Feat. Andrea Love sums up this sunny disposition well, the cover does not. It seems that someone is hiding behind a dark curtain. Hardly very shiny. Thank goodness for the remixed cover artwork, where we see someone who fits the 'sun shining down on their body' description far better. Rainbow!
Do you remember back in old L.A.? Apparently The First Class do in their 1970s song Beach Baby which very much mimics the style of the Beach Boys. But oddly, the band are from England so how they know about 'all American babes' is not clear. Neither is the cover which looks suspiciously English. Thankfully we have been able to remix it to bring back the beach and whether the girl is American or English, she is definitely a babe. Atlantic!