Rivers Of Babylon - Boney M 
Tuesday, 16 September, 2014, 05:31 - Singles Of The 1970s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Boney M Rivers Of Babylon Original Cover Artwork of Boney M Rivers Of Babylon Brown Girl In The Ring By the Rivers Of Babylon is where you will find Boney M. Hey, just hang on a cotton-picking minute, isn't this the same single cover that you remixed yesterday? Well, yes it surely is. But the cover was a double A-side and so today we are remixing the other side of the single, that OK for you? Certainly is Stanley. Back to business and on the remix we see a cute baby by a river. A river with a baby on? It's near enough for poetic license. Ode!
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Brown Girl In The Ring - Boney M 
Monday, 15 September, 2014, 05:26 - Singles Of The 1970s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Boney M Brown Girl In The Ring Original Cover Artwork of Boney M Rivers Of Babylon Brown Girl In The Ring Brown Girl In The Ring, la, la, la, la. Classic lyrics if ever there weren't any. And what about the cover of this single by Boney M? Does it show a brown girl, well arguably yes as several of the band members could qualify for that. Are they in a ring? No. Then we have the remix which shows what exactly? Is it a brown girl? Yes. Is she in a ring? Yes, a wrestling ring by the looks of it. Oooh, and she's got no clothes on, well other than her heels. Fancy doing some wrestling with her? Action!
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Mama Said Knock You Out - LL Cool J 
Sunday, 14 September, 2014, 05:06 - Singles Of The 1990s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Ll Cool J Mama Said Knock You Out Original Cover Artwork of Ll Cool J Mama Said Knock You Out Whilst we're doing the whole 'older woman' thing, what better song to remix than LL Cool J's 1990 classic Mama Said Knock You Out. Mr Cool J seems to think that this means standing around, fists tight, shirt off, medallions glinting in the darkness. We think it means that Mama has said to her daughter that she needs to do something that will bowl over, or 'knock out' her boyfriend. And mama's recommendation... get naked together and show him the family jewels. Not quite sure you add much to this scene mama, sorry. Punch!
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Summer Son - Texas 
Saturday, 13 September, 2014, 05:01 - Singles Of The 1990s, Summer Sizzlers
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Cover Artwork Remix of Texas Summer Son Original Cover Artwork of Texas Summer Son Summer Son. Hmm... now what kind of image does the title of this 1999 single from Texas conjure up? The band themselves thing that it is a picture of the lead singer posing and pouting on what appears to be a summer's evening in Houston. But that's 'summer sun' not 'summer son'. The remix shows a lady out in the sunshine with a man who is definitely young enough to be her son. A summer-time love perhaps, making this her summer son? Well, it seemed like a reasonable explanation at the time. My generation!
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Here Comes The Sun - The Beatles 
Friday, 12 September, 2014, 05:53 - Singles Of The 1960s, Summer Sizzlers
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Cover Artwork Remix of Beatles Here Comes Sun Original Cover Artwork of Beatles Here Comes Sun Not a single from The Beatles as such, but a track from the multi-selling album Abbey Road, Here Comes The Sun seemed to deserve a remix as much as any other song. The inspiration, well let's just say that in the remix, it's very clear where the sun is coming from, isn't it...? And it's not coming from behind the sofa, or under the bed, or behind the wardrobe? No, it's coming right between the legs of a babe who is highlighting exactly where the sun is coming from by pointing at it, as if there could have been any doubt. Dazzling!
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You Are My Sunshine - Bing Crosby 
Thursday, 11 September, 2014, 05:44 - Singles Released Before 1960, Summer Sizzlers
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Cover Artwork Remix of Bing Crosby You Are My Sunshine Original Cover Artwork of Bing Crosby You Are My Sunshine It's not that often that we delve so far back in time for a remix, but as the summer slowly draws to a close, it's time for a few more summer sizzlers before the long nights draw in and the rain starts to fall. You Are My Sunshine was recorded my many artists but none oozed warmth like Bing Crosby when he sang it in 1941. The original cover artwork shows Mr Crosby with his pipe, sunning himself in a grey trilby hat. The remix shows a modern babe who oozes a certain warmth herself. Arise!
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Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) - Frank Sinatra 
Wednesday, 10 September, 2014, 05:34 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Frank Sinatra Fly Me To The Moon Original Cover Artwork of Frank Sinatra Fly Me To The Moon You know, one of the most popular remixes of cover artwork on the AllBum.Art web-site is the remix of Frank Sinatra's Come Fly With Me, so when remixing the erstwhile Mr Sinatra's songs, there's some big boots to fill. Here we present our remix of Fly Me To The Moon (originally known as In Other Words). On the original we see old blue-eyes a-grinnin' in the front of the silvery moon. On the remix we see a hot babe in latex who looks like she could pilot our starship any day. Lift-off!
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Broken Arrow - Pixie Lott 
Wednesday, 10 September, 2014, 05:29 - Singles Of The 2010s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Pixie Lott Broken Arrow Original Cover Artwork of Pixie Lott Broken Arrow Right back at ya' in the zazzulon press fields is Ms Pixie Lott with her smangasmic single, Broken Arrow. Tworfing around on the original cover is Ms Lott a-leaning and a-deaning to a backways doogh, a-holding her stilettio-folio to a-stop from a-fallin overwise. On the remix, well an arrow but is it brokenning? Dint that on the slipe, it's as clear as the thlay is lonted that pealing the frinch back with that kind of horbit gets you nowhere. Sprook!
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Tears - Ken Dodd 
Tuesday, 9 September, 2014, 05:25 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Kenn Dodd Tears Original Cover Artwork of Kenn Dodd Tears Tears. Is that it? Not much of a title to go on is it? But then back in the swinging 60s, perhaps that's all that was needed by way of the title of a song to give it credulity. At least that's what Ken Dodd must have thought. But at least show us some tears on the cover of the single Mr Dodd. Thankfully the remix deals with this lack of effort on the part of the aforementioned Mr Dodd, as we see a girl very clearly in tears. Why? Now that's a good question. Ask Mr Dodd that one. Tickling!
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Anyone For Tennis - Cream 
Monday, 8 September, 2014, 05:22 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Cream Anyone For Tennis Original Cover Artwork of Cream Anyone For Tennis Anyone For Tennis? A cry that goes out through the ages to those who enjoy that kind of racket (see what we did there). Cream sang about this in 1968. But, and here's the rub, the cover of their single, singularly fails to sing or even hum anything that is connected with the ancient and vaguely incomprehensible sport of tennis. We see the band members, lazing around in denim jackets. This balls-up is corrected in the remixed cover with the net result being a cute tennis babe who, if she uttered the phrase 'anyone for tennis' would certainly attract more love than the members of the band would have. Deuce!
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