Now let's see what's going on here. In the original cover for the single Work by Kelly Rowland, we see Ms Rowland standing around in the nude, well except for some kind of silver decoration on her back. But no evidence of her doing any work. In the remix we see a babe who is clearly hard at work at a building site, along with a bunch of builders. But what exactly her work involves is not obvious as it seems to require her to be both naked, and sprawled, legs apart, across her work mates. Hi-viz!
Here we are with a remix of the cover art for Moving On Up my M People. On the original cover we see the frizzy haired lead singer of the band looking, if anything, very glum. Thankfully that can be resolved as we have done in the remix. On the remixed cover we see a similar looking babe with equally frizzy hair but whose dress seems to have 'moved on up'. In fact it's moved so far up that she really shouldn't go out in public. Short!
Sometimes, here at AllBum.Art we like to have a little fun. Well, when we say 'sometimes' we mean 'most of the time'. In that vain, when we saw the picture that we have used on the remixed cover of Sunday Girl by Blondie, Chas who deals with all the web-stuff said 'Hey, that's a Sundae Girl', referring to ice-cream sundaes. And so the remix was born - not strictly of a sunday girl, but of a sundae girl. Creamy!
Another remix for Jessie J, this time for her single It's My Party. On the original cover we see Ms J in five different poses but where's the party? There's no cake and no balloons. The remix corrects this fatal error and we find a babe who is having a great time at a party. How do we know she is at a party? On the one hand, there are dozens of balloons. On the other, she is wearing special party socks. But oddly, little else. Obvious!
Another day, another remix for Heidi Montag. The original cover for her single Trash Me shows Ms Montag sitting on top of a television which is showing her face. Clearly she feels that there can never be too much of her on her artwork. On the remix is a babe wrapped in a see-through trash bag with her legs bound together with Scotch tape, being carried by two topless babes through a field, heading for the trash can no doubt to be trashed. Maybe all three of them are trashed. Garbage!
Almost right up to date with a remix of Dreams Come True by Heidi Montag. On the original album cover, some dreams may have already come true, if your dream is to see Ms Montag in a pink satin swimsuit and high heels squatting down in front of a metal wall. Alternatively, maybe your dreams would come true if you were told by a more mature lady to remove her panties, revealing her hairy fuzzbox. Different people, different dreams. True!
It's not the first, and probably won't be the last time that a banana has appeared on the cover of an album. Today it is the turn of Millie and her album Time Will Tell. On the original cover you will find Ms Small sitting on an oversized, ripe banana (so ripe in fact that it has almost turned black), paddling with an oar. On the remix is a babe who is also sitting on a banana but in a very different way. And no sign of an oar either. Peel!
It seems highly counter-intuitive that for a single called Hung Up, Madonna would choose to pose sitting on the floor on the front cover of her single. The remix far better displays the notion of being hung up, as we see a babe who has been hung up from the ceiling of a room whose only other occupant appears to be a bird cage. It seems she may be there for a while unless someone comes along to let her down. Tethered!
What might be Bigger Than Big? Super Mal Featuring Luciana try to explain this with the front cover of their single, and it is a spray-painted babe on a wall. Let's simplify this, and look at the remix where there is a babe whose ample tits are unquestionably bigger than big. In fact, they are so big, that she clearly can not find a bra to hold them and must spend her life walking around topless. Shame!
Back with the Backstreet Boys and their single I Want It That Way. The only indication of the direction of 'that way' that is given by the original single cover artwork is that one of the band members is pointing towards the photographer. On the remix we find a naked babe standing by a busy street and something she is after is in a given direction which she is pointing towards. She wants it that way, no doubt. Direction!