A third day in the row remix for Herman's Hermits. On the original artwork for their single, as is with their other covers, we find the band members looking slightly less quirky than before. But no sunshine, and no girl. On the remix we find a girl who is standing in front of a very sunny scene. The sunlight is shining in such as way as to blind the camera in some of her more private areas. She is definitely a girl, and there's plenty of sunshine. Who needs quirky band pictures now then? Hermit!
Continuing the Herman's Hermits theme, today we remix A Must To Avoid. The original single front cover artwork has the same quirky picture style as yesterday's remix, with the band member intent at pointing at things. On the remix we find a babe who really is a must to avoid, unless your type of woman is ancient, ugly and so overweight that she can't even stretch her legs wide enough to reveal any of her figure other than her stomach blubber. Definitely one to avoid. Must!
Mrs Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter. Herman's Hermits. That's what this is all about. And the original single front cover artwork illustrates what this is about by showing the band members looking quirky, and the lead singer pointing upwards. The remix shows a mother with her daughter on, what appears to be, her wedding day. Oddly her mother appears naked, whereas her daughter is dressed and then undressed. Mrs Brown is as exhibiting has her daughter is, so lovely, she daughter is, mothering. Eh?
In the 1960s there were lots of crazy new dances such as the Mash Potato and the Stomp. This was one of Chubby Checker's attempts to launch one, in this case Pony Time. The original cover shows Mr Checker demonstrating the various moves of the Pony Time. The remix shows a naked chick in high heel leather boots doing a pony impression of her own. Just don't ask where her pony tail is 'mounted'!
To get all technical for a short while, Money by Pink Floyd, is unusual in that it is set in a ⅞ time signature for much of the song. To get less technical, the original single front cover artwork shows light being refracted in a prism to create a spectrum of colors. Actually, that isn't that less technical. Thankfully the remix is most untechnical, as we simply find a mature babe who is being given money. She is lying on a bed, and seems to be naked. What the money might be for is up to you to guess. Four?
Touch Me, those are the explicit instructions given by Rui Da Silva Featuring Cassandra. To assist with knowing what should be touched, and by whom, the original single front cover artwork shows 4 people dancing. The odd thing is that they don't seem to be touching. On the remix is a babe who has taken the instruction to touch me seriously, and has ended up touching herself. Maybe she could touch me, or you, as well. Kitchen!
Hold Tight, it's Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich, and they're posing in their shirts. Are they holding on tight? That is difficult to say. On the remix we find a babe who is holding tight. What is it that she is holding tightly onto? Why, her hips of course, which is probably a good thing as there isn't much more for her to hold on to, other than her shoes, as all of her clothes appear to have already fallen off. She clearly didn't hold on to them tight enough. Retain!
They're Justified And Ancient, and they drive an ice-cream van. That is what Tammy Wynette sings on this weird old song from the 90s by The KLF. The original cover artwork for the single illustrates the ice-cream van, but where is the justification and the ancientness? They are on the remix, where we find a babe who is verging on ancient but whose steaming hot body is totally justified and probably needs an ice-cream to cool off. Viewers!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 1960s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 1960s, Fantasy & Cosplay, Not Safe For WorkTaken from the album of the same name, today's remix is Eight Miles High by The Byrds. The original front cover artwork shows the band members loafing around on an old, vintage car. It seems very unlikely that they are even one mile high, let alone eight, unless it is a rocket car. On the remix is a babe in a space mask, holding a pipe (an air supply perhaps) floating around in space. She seems to be near the moon, which would make her far more than eight miles high and, her space suit seems woefully inadequate for the job. Loss!
To the ladies, the picture of Errol Brown, the lead singer of Hot Chocolate might represent a sexy thing with his bald head and melancholy smile. For the boys, though, the idea of a Hot Chocolate Sexy Thing is probably more like the picture on the remixed cover of the single, a hot, chocolate, sexy thing. Either that, or a glass of hot milk and cocoa and an early night. We prefer to think of an early night with the hot chocolate shown in the remix!