Lee Cabrera featuring Alex Cartana have one simple instruction Shake It (Move A Little Closer). They don't have much of an imagination though, when it comes to the single cover artwork which seems to give credence to a green C. On the remix a babe is shaking it, and the crowd watching her would no doubt be very happy if she moved a little closer, though she is quite close to begin with. And for some reason, only wearing boots. Dance!
Here we go, there they go, it's Tzant (you knew that already, right) and their song Bounce With The Massive (you knew that too). The original single front cover artwork shows a basketball player (as was obvious from the picture), which kinda connects with the title of the song. On the remix is a babe whose massive is definitely very bouncy. Her, playing basketball... Either a perfect combination, or maybe, just a little bit too dangerous. You could have your eye out, or so could she. Tight!
Could there be any album title more obviously set up for a remix than Bride Stripped Bare by Bryan Ferry? On the original cover artwork we find Mr Ferry standing in a leather jacket. Come on now, surely the designers could have done better than that. Something like that which is shown on the remix in which a bride is being stripped bare by her bridesmaids, who, it would seem, have already been stripped bare themselves. Corset!
The interesting thing about Against All Odds is that it is not just a song by Phil Collins but also a movie. The original single front cover artwork shows two of the movie's characters getting it on, on a beach. The remix shows an almost identical scene, it is just that the getting it on part is a little more explicit. It may even be the same beach, isn't it though? This is what remixing covers is about, don't you believe it though. Dangler!
Which were the Best Years Of Our Lives? According to Modern Romance, if the original front cover artwork of their single is our guide, it is sitting around wearing white and pastel shaded clothes, with one person having a brass instrument. On the remix we find three babes enjoying a sunny day on the beach, with their inflatable ring. The fact that they have no bikinis on means that some of the people watching might also be having the best year of their lives. Annual!
Today we have a remix of Police Officer by Smiley Culture. On the original single front cover artwork you can see Mr Emmanuel (for that is his name) apparently exiting from a police station. On the remix we find a babe who is dressed as a police officer, as she has some handcuffs, a hat and a utility belt. She is standing in the door of a police cell. Her uniform, on the other hand, consists of a fishnet bodystocking, which maybe suggests that she isn't a real police officer after all. Truncheon!
I'm Falling, you're falling, they're falling, we're all falling. Any way up, the Bluebells are falling. This is very clear from the original single front artwork where you can see that the band are falling over themselves to make a terrible cover. On the remix we have a babe who has fallen off a chair, and if she is to stand back up again, it may involve falling further. And to add to the fallenness, her dress has fallen down too. Rock bottom!
The Twang are Wide Awake. Who wouldn't be when looking at the original single front cover artwork which seems to show some dark brooding buildings which are covered in eyes, while a milk van drives along beneath them. Scary enough to keep anyone awake. On the remix is a babe who could not be wider if she tried, and to do that she is definitely awake. Maybe more Wider Wake than Wide Awake? Spooner!
Let's see what we have here. The original single front cover artwork for Wires by Athlete shows a range of household items which have been pushed through a free-standing door. There may be some wires around the door, but these don't seem to go anywhere or connect to anything, and it may not even be wires. On the remix is a babe sitting on what looks like a teacher's desk holding a bunch of wires, and with even more wires on the desk next to her. Is that enough wires for you? Professor!