Another remix for reggae rockers UB40. The original single cover artwork for Higher Ground, if you look closely, appears to show a naked girl standing somewhere fiery and who has been splattered with black paint (or maybe it's soot from the fire). On the remix things are vastly simplified as we find a babe, who is once again naked, but is resting in the mountain tops, in what we can only presume is high ground. Majestic!
Bjork is well known, especially among those less familiar with her work, as being odd. It may therefore come as no surprise that on the original single cover artwork for It's So Quiet, what we see appear to be some noisy trumpets and a couple of silver coated musical notes. On the remix it is much quieter as a babe wearing pink fairy wings puts her finger to her lips in a 'shhh...' motion to ask us to keep quiet. Perhaps she doesn't want us letting on that her bra appears to have come undone. Silence!
Whilst we are on the subject of laundry, here's a remix of the original cover artwork for Apply Some Pressure by Maximo Park. On the original we find that possibly the air pressure has increased to such an extent that the man pictured is finding it hard to breathe. On the remix the situation is much clearer as a mature babe is applying some pressure to a shirt as she does the ironing. All the steam from the iron has obviously increased the temperature as she as decided to do the ironing only in her underwear. Power!
What do you expect from your Laundry Service? If it is one provided by Shakira, it will be no more than having Ms Ripoll come and sit looking a bit pouty, at least that is what the original album cover artwork tells us. On the remix we find a far more practical laundry service, as a babe is doing the laundry for us. It seems it's getting very hot in the laundry room, so much so that she is having to undress. Steamy!
Take It Off by Ke$ha is regarded in those circles where such things are understood, to be a 'party anthem'. Now it looks, from the original single cover artwork, as if the kind of party concerned involves dressing in leopard skin stockings and painting your face in what can only be described as a golden Borg arrangement. On the remix we find two babes who are clearly partying and one is helping the other take it off. Straightforward!
Here is Polly Paulusma telling us to Give It Back. So what is is that Ms Paulusma is requesting to be returned? The original single cover artwork does not make this very clear, unless someone has had a sip of her bourbon. On the remix we find a babe who is trying to get her friend (if it is her friend) to give her back the corset she appears to have taken from her. She is embarrassed by not having her corset as it leaves her topless, however her friend doesn't have one either and seems to mind a lot less. Return!
Um... There seems to be a problem with the picture on the original single cover artwork of the single Burn by Ellie Goulding. Although some may believe that the picture of Ms Goulding is hot, there are no signs of flames or any other indication that the temperature in the scene is anything other than ambient. On the remix we find a babe who must be extremely hot. Not only is she carrying a flaming hot torch, but she is so warm that she has nearly had to remove her top to keep cool. Refreshing!
Looking back... Over My Shoulder, is how Mike And The Mechanics begin this song, however the original single cover artwork shows the band members clearly looking forward rather than to their rear. On the remix we find a babe with a very picturesque rear who is looking back over her shoulder at us. Now that's how the single cover artwork should have looked in the first place. If only people asked us. Question!
I bet your mind is twenty steps ahead when you saw that we were remixing Pussyole (Old Skool) by Dizzee Rascal. The original cover artwork for the single shows Mr Rascal (if that is indeed his name) pitching for a fight. On the remix, we know what you might have been expecting but alas, no, not that. What we do have is a babe who has a hole in her panties where her pussy is poking out. Or maybe that was what you were expecting after all? Hologram!
Whoa - this is going way back in time to 1953 - for the remix of the original cover artwork for She Wears Red Feathers (And A Huly-Huly Skirt) by Guy Mitchell. On the original cover we find Mr Mitchell smiling nonchalantly but no sign of anyone wearing any kind of feathers or huly skirt. On the remix we find a babe who is wearing lots of red feathers and if that is what counts as a huly-huly skirt, it's no wonder it didn't make the original cover in 1953. Scarlet!