The Blackbyrds are apparently Walking In Rhythm. We say apparently because on the original single cover artwork the band are not actually walking, but are loafing around in some kind of rundown neighborhood. On the remix we find four babes who are walking, but if you look closely, it seems they may not be walking in rhythm. Why? Because some are standing on their left foot, and some on the right foot. You did notice that, right? Or were you put off by something they were or were not wearing? Monochrome!
Britpop rockers Oasis feature for today's remix of their single Falling Down. On the original cover artwork we find some kind of weird flower, dart board, army, Shakespeare combo. On the remix, we find a babe whose towel is falling down. Why there is a white apple on the window ledge is another question, and one that may have escaped your attention given that with the towel having fallen down, the babe is all but naked. Descend!
When The Mock Turtles ask a question such as Can You Dig It? We would expect that the original single cover artwork might give an indication of what it is that they are expecting us to dig. On the remix we find out more about the situation. It seems there is a pile of dirt that needs digging, but rather than wait for us to do it, they have invited some young babe to do the digging. It is obviously hot work as she seems to have needed to remove all of her clothes other than her socks and shoes. Humid!
Grace is asking a good question when she questions If I Could Fly. If she could fly, she might look a little different to the image on the original single front cover artwork. She might, in reality, look more like the babe on the remix who has swapped her business-like suit, for some flowing wings that may well give her enough elevation to take off. Even if she couldn't fly, it makes for better cover artwork. Rotate!
Not content with The Model, Kraftwerk also bring us some Showroom Dummies. To be fair to the band, on the original single cover artwork, they do look rather fake, but probably a little too realistic to be real mannequins. On the remix we find three showroom dummies who are all naked. One is a mannequin, the other two are dummies. Can you tell which is which? Bodypaint!
There is surely nothing like a Fire to warm you up on a cold autumn evening, is there? Well if the original single cover artwork that Kasabian produced was to be our guide, that would not be the case. On the remix, though, we find a babe who is obviously being warmed by the blazing fire behind her, to the extent that she has felt the need to remove most of her clothes to cool down. Icy!
Hey Ya by Outkast is known by many people as 'shake it like a Polaroid', which is why we thought that the original single cover artwork could handle a bit of a remix. On the original cover we find the two band members in a combination of yellow and pale blue outfits. On the remix is a babe taking a Polaroid selfie of herself in a mirror. No doubt in just a few short seconds she will be standing up and shaking it. Groovy!
Whilst we are in a Lily kind of vibe, here's a remix of Pictures Of Lily by The Who. The original single cover artwork shows us the band members who may or may not be looking at pictures of lily, or any other kind of water-based flora we can not tell. On the remix is another babe who has ended up drenched in a pond with water lilies all around her and one on her head. How comical she looks. We wonder if she might even be called Lily. Nymphaea!
Who is David A Stewart and why is he featuring Candy Dulfer? And why is it that Lily Was Here? All or none of these questions may or may not be answered by the original single cover artwork, depending on your artistic outlook. For us it's all far too amorphous. So instead we remixed the cover artwork to show a babe standing in the middle of a pond, with a lily in front of here, so that it is clear where it is that lily is. Maybe the babe is called lily too, that would be an inchoate juxtaposition. Dictionary!