Strip Along With Us - Various Artists 

Cover Artwork Remix of Strip Along With Us Original Cover Artwork of Strip Along With Us The first of two days where we have remixed albums with great titles, and, to be fair, covers which are not bad either. The first by 'Various Artists...!' is Strip Along With Us. We rate the original cover quite highly as it has a good looking babe who we would love to strip along with, but there is only one of her. Where is the 'us' part? The remix fixes this as four babes offer us to strip along with them. Looks like they have a head start meanwhile. Down!
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Long Haired Lover From Liverpool - Little Jimmy Osmond 

Original Cover Artwork of Little Jimmy Osmond Long Haired Lover From Liverpool Cover Artwork Remix of Little Jimmy Osmond Long Haired Lover From Liverpool Cover Artwork Remix of Little Jimmy Osmond Long Haired Lover From Liverpool
Another triple-play from us here at AllBum.Art. Little Jimmy Osmond sings to us about his Long Haired Lover From Liverpool but, sadly, does not show us what she looks like. We have no idea either, but we have provided you with two options. Option 1 is a long haired babe who is clearly in the mood for lovin'. Option 2 is much the same it is just the location of her long hair that is different. Decide!

Tied To The 90's - Travis 

Cover Artwork Remix of Travis Tied To The 90s Original Cover Artwork of Travis Tied To The 90s Not the first remix for Scottish songsters Travis. This time it is the turn of their song Tied To The 90's. According to the band, the 90's consists of a 1980's ghetto-blaster painted in garish colors. Why would we want to be tied to that? Instead, on the remixed cover artwork, we see a babe from the 1990's. How do we know she is a 90's girl. Simple, the shoes she is wearing are those terrible 'stripper heels' of the decade. And she is tied to them. Ditto!
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Tie Your Mother Down - Queen 

Cover Artwork Remix of Queen Tie Your Mother Down Original Cover Artwork of Queen Tie Your Mother Down Another remix for rock legends Queen. Tie Your Mother Down was one of their more obscure 1970s hits and the original cover may have something to do with this. Though it displays the band's fancy logo, and shows a picture of the band, where is mother and who, what or where is she being tied down? The remix, thankfully, answers these questions as we find that mother has been tied to the stairs with red rope. Shibari!
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Get Lifted - John Legend 

Cover Artwork Remix of John Legend Get Lifted Original Cover Artwork of John Legend Get Lifted Get Lifted! That is what John Legend is telling us to do on the cover artwork of his album. But is he? There is no indication that his mouth is moving to give us this instruction. Nor is there any particular sign of what it is that is to be lifted. All very mysterious. Or at least it is until you take a look at what is standing in front or Mr Legend. A babe who, despite the apparent lack of instruction, has taken Mr Legend at his word and has indeed got lifted. Skirt!
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Stairway Of Love - Michael Holliday 

Cover Artwork Remix of Michael Holliday Stairway Of Love Original Cover Artwork of Michael Holliday Stairway Of Love A Stairway Of Love, that is what Michael Holliday sings about in this 1950s crooner style song. And who could not forgive Mr Holliday for putting his croony face on the cover of his single? But surely something better can be done? Of course it can. That is why we here at AllBum.Art exist, to serve your remixed artwork needs. So we have replaced Mr Holliday with a real stairway of love. One that we would love to climb and reach the top. Ascend!
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Big In Japan - Alphaville 

Cover Artwork Remix of Alphaville Big In Japan Original Cover Artwork of Alphaville Big In Japan Alphaville tell us that they are Big In Japan. They may indeed have been the case in the 1980s. We don't know if it's true and can't even be bothered to look it up to find out. What we do know is that volleyball is big in Japan. Also that young naked women are also quite a big deal in Japan. Oh, and whilst we're at it, most of those naked young Japanese women are quite small. So the remix shows a naked Japanese woman holding a volleyball. And to make sure that it's plenty big in Japan, she is far more busty than the typical Asian. Konnichiwa!
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Pull Up To The Bumper - Grace Jones 

Cover Artwork Remix of Grace Jones Pull Up To The Bumper Original Cover Artwork of Grace Jones Pull Up To The Bumper Ah yes. Grace Jones. No mystery to odd pictures and weird remixes. The original cover shows Ms Jones in a typical pose. Boxing wear including a t-shirt that is too small (or maybe not, depending on your point of view). But no sign of any transport that might require a bumper to be pulled up to. The remix shows a babe pulling along a chariot of some kind. Presumably if she has to park it on the street, she would need to pull it up to the bumper. Exactly!
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Food For Thought - UB40 

Cover Artwork Remix of Ub40 Food For Thought Original Cover Artwork of Ub40 Food For Thought The original cover of Food For Thought by British reggae band UB40 is extremely poor indeed (as those British say). But this was the band's first single so perhaps they were poor at the time and therefore unable to afford a proper cover. We, at AllBum.Art have therefore done them the honor of providing them with a cover that really does provide food for thought, well at least it provides food, and something worth some thought. Yummy!
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Four Little Heels - Brian Hyland 

Cover Artwork Remix of Brian Hyland Four Little Heels Original Cover Artwork of Brian Hyland Four Little Heels A user submitted entry by Colin Hesketh of England. We will let Colin tell you the story.
The original of Four Little Heels by Brian Hyland doesn't have any heels on it at all. My remix has two women, both wearing heels, which maked 4 heels in total.

Quite right Colin. We note that they are taking pictures of each other too, which is an admirable passtime and very 1960s. Flash!
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