Crowded House are supposedly experiencing Four Seasons In One Day, however on the original single front cover artwork there is only one backdrop to the band's picture and which season it represents is very indistinct. On the remix are four pictures of babes, each representing one season. Spring is top left, summer top right, fall bottom left and winter bottom right. Kinda four seasons in one remix. Sinshine!
When ye goo, will ye bring back, a Letter From America. That is what The Proclaimers sing. They illustrate this on the original single front cover artwork with a drawing of a tall man in a derelict warehouse, which must be how they. On the the remix is a babe sitting on a desk with a US flag behind her. Oddly, the nameplate on the desk seems to says 'President', despite the blackboard in the background suggesting that this is a classroom and not the Oval office. Use your imagination as this is a great remix, really good, the best. Trump!
If ever there should be an obvious piece of cover artwork, it's for Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off by Joe Nichols. Surely the cover should show a babe who has been drinking tequila whose clothes have fallen off? No, the original artwork just shows Mr Nichols lounging around. The remix shows a babe... who has been drinking... whose clothes have fallen off. Could it possibly have been any more simple than that? Margarita!
When all that a band can think to do for the original front cover artwork of their single is stand around looking bored, you know it's time for an AllBum.Art remix and that is exactly the case with this song by VS. Don't they look like a really fed up band? On the remix of Call U Sexy, we find a babe who is sexy, and who is holding a phone in her hand. So you could call her sexy, or you could just call her, though if you called her and didn't tell her that she was sexy, you could be doing her a disservice. So, just to be clear, call her, and call her sexy. Ring!
Let's head down to The Fields Of Love with ATB Featuring York and see what we can find there. Well, if we go by the picture on the original single front cover artwork, there is plenty of wheat blowing about, but where is the love? It seems it was just a camera angle problem, as when the photographer raised to standing height, it became apparent that amidst the fields of gold is a big nearly naked babe taking off the last of her clothing. Or maybe she is putting it back on again, it's difficult to be sure. Barley!
She's a Killer. That, at least, is what Adamski claims. The claim is made against a backdrop of a dog, angled at 45 degrees to the vertical (and to the horizontal as it goes) and some squashed text naming the artist and the title of the track. That is the original single front cover artwork. On the remix is a babe who is a killer for real. She is lethal with her gun, and a killer looker too. Don't get distracted, as if you do, you're gonna die at her hands. Painful!
Our previous White Stripes remix was one of the most popular on the web-site with a rating of over 4 (click on the stars below to join the fun rating the remixes). The original front cover artwork for Fell In Love With A Girl seems to illustrate the different parts of the brain, maybe trying to tell a story about how falling in love works from a cerebral perspective. On the remix is a babe who it would be easy to fall in love with, as she lounges in nothing but her high heels by a swimming pool, and who is also lying underneath a palm branch casting shadows and leaving white stripes all over her body. 4.5 out of 5 for this one? Score!
Although the front cover artwork for Mya's single says the title of the song is Case Of The Ex, the full title is Case Of The Ex (Whatcha Gonna Do), got that? And how's about that trendy dash above the letter 'y', to just make the picture of the singer zing with ex-case sparkle? On the remix is a babe kneeling down by a case. Is it her ex's case? Possibly, as she seems to be wearing what's left of a bride's outfit. Maybe the dress is in the case, which is what the ex is all about. Gloves!
We have to give credit where it's due to Altered Images. The original album front cover artwork for Pinky Blue, other than the small picture of the band in the bottom right hand corner (having pink and blue confetti dropped on them), is very pink, and blue. This color scheme has been carried over to the remix where we see a babe wearing a mask with ears, who is nothing if not very pink and very blue, with a little purple here and there for good measure. She may also have her bra on back to front. Crimson!
Where The Hood At? That is the question which DMX is asking. The original single front cover artwork shows Mr Simmons (for that is his name) leaning out of a window, looking for hood. The remix is maybe what he was looking for, as it's none other than Red Riding Hood, who is better known to her friends as hood. And what is it that she is wearing? Why, a hood of course, but very little else. It must have been a hot day in the forest. What big eyes you have...