Presumably with a band called Prefab Sprout, the cover of any of their songs does not need to make any sense either. But the cover of Cars And Girls shows a matchstick playing a guitar. No sense at all. What would make sense would be something to do with cars, and perhaps something to do with girls. And so the remix is born. Cars - tick. Girls - well almost, just the one, but one that would count for many more. Revving!
One Step Further was apparently the 1982 United Kingdom entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. This remix of the Bardo song cover was sent in by Andy Hill of Weston-Super-Mare, England. He says:
We can only agree with you Andy. Nice job!
I always had a thing at school for the singer, Sally Ann Triplett but she is getting on now so I figured a babe what a bare bum would be better. The song says 'one step further and I would have been there' and I figured if she was climbing some steps and I was one step behind then everything falls into place.
We can only agree with you Andy. Nice job!
Mama Told Me Not To Come. That is what Tom Jones And Stereophonics tell us. But why is it that Mama was so vehemently against us going along? The remix of the cover of the single tells the story. It's Mama herself. She is clearly planning something that she didn't want you to see. Exactly what it is that she is planning is clear from her pose. If you are of a sensitive disposition, you definitely should not remain around and next time, listen to Mama before you decide whether to come. Instructive!
So You Win Again, eh? That is what Hot Chocolate tell us. But they give no indication of who has won, why they have won, what it is that they have won, or, especially, why they should be so successful to win more than once. Thankfully the remix of the cover artwork makes this perfectly clear. It is a hot babe who has won. They have won a beauty contest for being the most beautiful. They have won a crown. And why have they won again - probably to do with the special outfit they are wearing. Success!
Modern Girl by Sheena Easton is one of those songs that misses the point completely. Whilst the picture of Ms Easton that graces the original cover may have been futuristic to those who prepared the artwork way back in 1980, it certainly isn't futuristic today. So instead of the heavily made-up Ms Easton, we have remixed the cover to provide, instead, our view of what a modern girl will look like, not just now but in the year 2525 as well. Robotic!
What do you expect the world to look like In The Year 2525? Well according to Zager And Evans, it looks like a swirly lava-lamp which is what the makers of Star Trek often used to think the future would look like as well. Maybe in 1969 lava-lamps were seen as the future. But in the 2010s, the future looks more attractive and so the remix shows one possible view of the world in 2525 - a hot babe who is either part android, or is totally android. Either way, she still looks great. Visionary!
Sadnecessary - surely there is a space missing. And the cover of this Milky Chance album is also missing something. Any sign of any milk; anything sad; or anything necessary. Good job that we here at AllBum.Art are here to provide you with our poor quality, low-brow remixes. In the remix we see Milk - plenty of it. And a naked babe in a bath. But the milk is covering her up. Well most of her...! Lactic!
If you're Happy and you know it then clap along with Pharrell Williams to this uber-annoying song with little or no artistic fladulation. On the original cover we see Mr Williams though he is not looking particularly happy as he appears to be either doing an impression of an aeroplane, or balancing precariously on some unseen wall. On the remix, we have a happy looking lady with happy looking balloons. Oh, and she is doing the kind of balloon dance that we like, what about you? Happy?
You know what? The original cover to Keep On Running by The Spencer Davis Group scores full marks on the AllBum.Art score sheet. It features the band and illustrates the title of the song, as they are running. So from that point of view there's almost no reason to provide a remix. Except that we found this picture of 5 busty naked babes running along a beach and if only we could see them, it is certain that keeping them running on would provide a large amount of entertainment. Hemispherical!
On The Ropes was a single by The Wonder Stuff. That much is obvious. But what would you expect to see on the cover of their single? Maybe a picture of the band? Wrong, try again. What about someone in a boxing ring? We see where you're going there but no, wrong? The answer is simple, a young girl using a typewriter. Makes perfect sense. But not as much sense as a hot young babe tied to a tree with some ropes. Sensible!