This Is How We Do It, says Montell Jordan. But what is how you do it? The only advice given by the original cover is on how to look a bit pouty in black and white. The remix offers more salient advice. In it we see a pregnant babe who is showing us how she got into that state, or at least offering advice on how to do it. So that is how it is done. Who would have guessed? Mr Jordan? Maybe!
Another classic '80s song, and an equally classic '80s cover artwork. The cover of Jump (For My Love) by the Pointer Sisters is very colorful, but does not show the sisters. Nor is any jumping evident though stretching the imagination a little, it could be suggested that the uppy-downy nature of the letters of the word jump are somehow meant to reflect an uppy-downy movement. How would you like sisters to jump for your love? Well naked of course and especially uppy-downy! Trampoline!
Who knew that Aerosmith were making records in the 1970s? Well, for one, they did, obviously. This is the remix for the cover of the single Walk This Way, which is perhaps more famous for the remix done with Run DMC. On the original cover of the original single, we see the band on stage in some sodium lamp lit confusion. On the remix we see two babes showing exactly how walking this way should be done, and that is naked - and on a street corner. Perambulate!
It is possible, though it seems unlikely, that the scene depicted on the original cover of Radioactive by the Imagine Dragons is in someway connected to nuclear fall-out. But other than the colors being slightly washed-out, there is no real evidence of radiation. In the remix this problem is cured as we see an asian babe who is wearing some kind of protective mask and who has the symbols that warn of radioactivity painted on her. It seems that whatever the nature of the radiation she is being exposed too, it must only be dangerous if inhaled, as the rest of her body is woefully unprotected. Neutron!
As if Chaka Demus And Pliers isn't an odd enough name for a group, the cover of their single Tease Me is even odder. Other than some badly colored snaps of what can only be presumed to be the band members peering out at the side of a rusted corrugated iron panel, the red blobs at the bottom make no sense either. The remix is 100% clear as we see a hot, hot babe doing some teasing by looking lasciviously at the camera whilst flashing a shapely boob. Top!
Pink, orange, yellow and blue stripes. Is that what The Drifters think that life is like Under The Boardwalk. Well sorry to disappoint them, but it is not. It is a hostile environment where the sea lashes against the exposed metalwork whilst naked babes have to stand around holding up stanchions to ensure the boardwalk doesn't fall into the sea. Hang on, is that true - the bit about naked babes and stanchions? Obviously it is - see the remix! Joist!
We are particularly proud of the remix of the cover artwork for Two Can Play That Game by Bobby Brown that we have produced. Instead of showing two beret style hats (for no particular reason that is apparent), we show a game that can be played by two, in this case table football. Yes, two can play that game. In fact more than two can play that game but given the two that are playing it in the remixed cover, it might be best to leave them to it and stand back and watch. Dual!
We are very sorry about this. Reggie who does some of the web-design for us said that there must be a song with the word 'tit' in it that could be remixed with a picture of a babe with her tit on show. We should never have let him loose with Gimp! Anyhow, for Prince fans, here is a remix of Letitgo. And guess what you can see in the remix, why a babe showing us her tit. Thanks Reggie - remind us not to let you work on the creative stuff again. Obvious!
An unusual original cover for the single Torn by Natalie Imbruglia, in that the lyrics of the song are included. Is this because Ms Imbruglia's Australian accent makes understanding her singing difficult to comprehend? Or is it the lyricist showing off. Either way, the remix doesn't lose this proprietary touch but instead replaces Ms Imbruglia with a babe whose clothes seem to have been torn away from her. Ripped!
If ever there weren't a song title destined for a remix, it isn't not Caught In The Act by 1980s hi-energy starlet Earlene Bentley. To be fair to Ms Bentley, the original cover suggest some illicit activity that, if caught, may cause ruptions. The remix though, shows a girl that has already been caught in the act. Caught in the act of what, you may ask? Caught in the act of walking down a busy shopping street in the nude. Baggage!