The original cover of Two Hearts by Phil Collins shows Mr Collins in various poses taken from the film Buster. That's understandable, but where are the two hearts of which he sings. We, here at AllBum.Art have tracked down the answer. It seems the two hearts to which Mr Collins is referring are small and red and covering the modesty of a leggy babe who is standing around in public wearing naught much more than the aforementioned small heart-shaped pieces of cloth. Beating!
Another two-in-a-row but this time not two from the same band, but two songs with the same title. More than that, it's the same song! This version of I Got You Babe is by UB40 Featuring Chrissie Hynde and as for the original cover of the single, what is there to be said. It does not show the artist and it does not show who is getting who. The remix does as it becomes clear that this time it is a police officer who is doing the getting and the babe he has got is being arrested because, it seems, she was displaying her boobs in public. Pointed!
When Sonny & Cher sang I Got You Babe, who could have guessed that their apparently strong connection would be broken. The original cover already suggests that the two of them were not that close, both of them looking as if they are very disinterested in each other. In the remix we see a mature woman who has very clearly got her younger male babe, him being trapped in her vice like grip and unable to get away without extensive pain being caused. Crusher!
Two in a row from the Sugababes. Why two? After yesterday's rather ugly episode, we felt it was necessary to spruce things up a bit. On the original cover of Push The Button we see the babes that are sugary looking, if anything, bored. On the remix we see to different sweet babes and one is pushing the button of the other. Where has she hid this button: in plain sight. What does the button do when you press it. If the picture is anything to go by, it makes for lots of smiles and giggle. 'Ere, can we try...? Ding!
Whatever your view of British babe band Sugababes, Ugly is probably not a word that immediately springs to mind. Which is what makes the cover of their single so ironically misfitting, as the title is ugly but the picture is not. Leap forward some alternative babes to grace the cover who bring the song's title to life. Are they ugly? Of course that depends on your taste, but compared to the original babes, they certainly aren't pretty. Maybe a few fewer clothes may have helped. Then again, maybe not. Awful!
Over in little ol' England, November 5th is a day where they celebrate a failed attempt by Guy Fawkes to burn down the English parliament in 1605. Boy, do those guys bear grudges for a long time. But as a show of brotherly love, we bring you a remix of Firestarter by British band The Prodigy who no doubt had exactly this day of the year in mind when they wrote the song. The cover shows a woman trying to start a fire. In the remix we see a different woman but one who is far more successful, in so many ways. Ouch!
Hot Right Now? You will be when you see the remix to the cover artwork of this single by DJ Fresh Featuring Rita Ora. Let's, for once, just completely ignore and instead focus only on the remix. A babe (possibly Asian) who could well be naked but whose body is obscured by the towel she is holding and by the barrel in which she is standing. All around is snow and ice but under the barrel is a fire. So is she hot right now? Difficult to say but if the fire goes out she will certainly be cold very soon. Crack!
We, here at AllBum.Art have no idea what a Talla is or why a Talla should be in size 2XLC (2 Xtra Large Cloth?). And the song is called Seven. And the cover has some weird Japanese characters that seem to spell 'JEJSUO' and the number 120 on it. Why? No idea whatsoever. The remix stays with the Japanese theme but replaces the complete nonsense with seven Asian babes sitting on a stage. Is that any more Talla, or somehow more 2XLC? No idea. But it is more seven. Of nine!
Continuing the chains theme, we bring you the remix of the single Woman In Chains by Tears For Fears. To be fair to the band, the original cover scores a lot of points because it features a woman, in chains. All we have done for the remix is to replace the woman with a more modern model, increase the amount of chains a little, and reduce the amount of clothing a little too. Well maybe more than a little. Locked!
What better way to begin November and end the Halloween series than with something to do with chains. And Chains by Tina Arena has a lot to do with chains because chains is the title of the song. The original cover sees Ms Arena but there are no signs of any chains. In the remixed artwork we see a babe looking equally as nonchalant as Ms Arena but this time bedecked in chains... and, it would seem... very little else. Clank!