Yes, believe it or not, there is (or was) and band called A who sang a song whose title was Nothing. You can't make this stuff up. On the original single cover artwork we find the letter A, the word nothing and some band members in black and white, which is almost nothing. On the remix we find a babe who is so incredibly flat-chested that to all intents and purposes, she has nothing, A? Maybe the band were Canadian or something. Maybe the babe is Canadian. Hell, let's all be Canadian for the day. A!
We are not completely sure what Max Romeo was thinking of with the original single cover artwork for his song Wet Dream, but we think we may get the idea. Why, however, he would resort to a picture of some 1800s era titillation consisting of a babe and her bike for his wet dreams we are not sure. On the remix we find a babe who is standing in a fountain and who has gotten completely soaked in the process. She is wet. And it seems beneath her t-shirt she neglected to wear any bikini. She is a dream. So there you have it, a wet dream of a babe. Drench!
It might just be us, but we fail to see how the original front cover single artwork for Walking Away by Craig David could picture Mr David in a pose where he is in any position to walk. Not least he has his eyes closed which can make walking very hazardous, but he also appears to be leaning back slightly which would throw him off balance. Thankfully on the remix we find a babe who was so disgruntled with Mr David's pose that she decided to walk away. She seems to have needed to squeeze her own ass in the process. Maybe it was a bit itchy. Handsome!
Mac & Katie Kissoon sing us a song titled Don't Do It Baby. That's OK, we like a good song. But the original single front cover artwork does not give us any indication whatsoever as to what it is that the baby shouldn't do. The remix helps with this as we find a babe trying to climb a wire fence that seems to be stopping her from being run over by cars on the freeway. That's clearly not a sensible thing to be doing and so we echo the Kissoons cry of don't do it baby. Halt!
To be completely honest, we don't know why Miley Cyrus didn't already think of the obvious picture to go on the original front cover single artwork for The Climb, given her propensity for taking her clothes off and doing dangerous stuff with wrecking balls and all that. But no, just a picture of Ms Cyrus leaning on a slight incline - no climbing skills required there. On the remix, a naked babe climbing a rock-face with no safety gear. Now that is dangerous. Fall!
The title of this song by Mud is Show Me You're A Woman, but on the original single front cover artwork there is neither any evidence of this question being asked, nor of anyone trying to answer it as all we find are the band members looking a bit glum (except the guy on the left who seems far more cheerful). Perhaps his cheerfulness is brought about by the remix where we find a babe who has responded to the question and done her best to convince us that she is a woman. We would tend to believe her. Revealing!
What a terrible original single cover from Mungo Jerry an their song entitled Lady Rose. It simply consists of a photo of the band members looking sullen against a red background, with some extraneous colored shapes designed to make it look as if they are sitting in what looks like a urinal. Thank goodness for AllBum.Art and our remix in which we find a lady (well more of a babe really) lying on her bed, surrounded by rose petals. Floral!
We get the idea of the original single cover artwork for Barefootin' by Robert Parker, which is that some three footed person has painted their feet a different color then walked across the cover. A nice try for sure, and it must have been difficult to have found someone with three feet. On the remix, an alternative view of the song's title, as we find a cute young babe waking barefoot across a sandy beach. And it's not just her feet that are bare. Dunes!
So let's see now, MFSB's idea of what to put on the original single front cover artwork for a song called Sexy is some roses floating in the wind above the sea. Maybe that's what classes for sexy in Philadelphia? On the remix we find a sexy looking babe, who is pouting in a sexy way, and who is wearing a sexy necklace and has her eye make-up done all sexily. Presumably she wouldn't make the cut in Philly? Sexy!
What does a Joyride look like? According to Roxette, it looks like an elephant, some light bulbs and some nondescript theater scenery props. Not for AllBum.Art! For us, it looks like an old fella being ridden by a young girl who is way above his pay grade. Then again, maybe he has paid for this particular joy. Does he look like the kind of guy who would do that, and does she look like the kind of babe who would accept that. Scenery!