Mariah Carey is singing about My All, or her all, to put it in the correct grammatical arrangement. What her all is, though, is not clear as the original single front cover artwork only tells us that she is capable of standing close to a guy with long hair. The remi-xxx (or x-rated remix) shows a babe who seems to be indicating, through the judicious pulling aside of her panties, just what her all is. There not much left that her all could be, given that aside from her panties, she is only wearing high heel shoes. Total!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 1990s, Single Covers, Singles Of The 1990s, High Heels, Mature, Outdoors, Not Safe For WorkWalking Wounded was both an album and a single for Everything But The Girl. Unfortunately, the original cover artwork for both failed to address the question of who was walking, and in what way they had been wounded. On the remix we find a mature babe who is walking along outdoors. She is only wearing a pair of very high heels, though she has a pink dress slung over her shoulder. Is she wounded? She looks as if she may have been planning something which failed to materialize which has left her feeling a little disappointed, and not just a little wounded with it. Sword!
The original cover artwork for Seduced And Abandoned by Hue And Cry offers little to no guidance on who has been seduced, and why they have been abandoned. Thankfully AllBum.Art is here to help. On the remix we find a babe who seems to have been seduced into removing some of her clothes whilst standing in a truck stop. She has then been left all alone, and abandoned, without, it would seem, anyone to help her get dressed again. Lost!
Let's go and join Otis Redding who is (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay looking quite the lonely one. At least on the original single front cover artwork he is looking rather bereft of friends. On the remix a babe is sitting on the dock of the bay and though she is also lacking company, it might be expected that this situation is largely temporary given her state of attire. Swimming!
You Think You're A Man do you? Well Divine says so, so it must be true. The original single front cover artwork strongly indicates that the person pictured is indeed a man, in woman's clothing. On the remix is a man who is largely missing any clothing other than a pair of heels, but leads to much more confusion over the question of whether you think he's a man, or only a boy. Reveal!
Billie Piper has Something Deep Inside. This may well be true, but the picture on the original single front cover artwork makes no suggestion as to what it might be. The remix makes this explicitly clear. A bust babe appears to have inserted something deep inside, so much so that she is having to hold it in place to stop it falling out. So that has cleared that matter up and fixed the rather fuzzy original cover with something crystal (or rubber). Push!
Nothing says Always Right Behind You like a large letter Z. At least that is what The Zutons must have been told by their marketing company when they asked them what to put on the original single front cover artwork. If they had asked us here at AllBum.Art we might have suggested a picture in which someone was standing behind someone else. To illustrate what we mean, we have provided a remix of the cover in which a young dude is standing behind a mature babe. Always!
The question at hand today is Where Have You Been Tonight, and the question is being asked by Shed Seven. The answer, according to the original single front cover artwork is down a slightly dimly lit underground tunnel of some kind. Not the most inspiring place to have been. On the remix a babe is showing us where she has been tonight, which is standing in the middle of a road flashing her naked body at passers by. We'll take the tunnel any day, but the babe on the road any night. Sunset!
Apparently, Frankie Goes To Hollywood are Watching The Wildlife. We know this because on the original single front cover artwork, there is a picture of a panda's eye with an inset picture of the panda's head. Though furry Panda's might still be wild in some parts of the world, it is not completely clear whether the one pictured is. On the remix is a babe who is standing in the wild, with an inset of her equally furry wildlife. The band may not have been watching this particular scene, but we think you would be, rather than the panda. Monochrome!
Keep Your Hands Off Her, that is what The Black Keys are telling you to do. They seem quite serious about this as on the original single front cover artwork there is a gun and with the whispy lines around it, it may have already been fired. On the remix is a babe who tried to get hands kept off her, but seems to have failed. She is being held aloft by three guys who seem to be more interest in something that is going on in the distance than what is right in front of them. Bang!