The odd thing about the question Who's That Girl, when considering the original single artwork by Eurythmics, is that the only female on the cover is cross-dressing as a boy, beard and all. On the remix we find three babes who seem intent on flashing their asses at us. One of the girls is sticking her tongue out at us. You may ask who that girl is, or indeed one of her friends as they are all worthy of being identified and being given a damned good telling off for being so rude. Snook!
Apparently, Olly Murs Featuring Travis McCoy are Wrapped Up. We say 'apparently' because there is no evidence of any wrapping going on, unless you count a shirt and a coat, but that's not really much wrapping in the grand scheme of things. On the remix we find a babe who is wrapped up in a pretty red ribbon and, wouldn't you guess, nothing else. She isn't wrapped up particularly warmly, but her outfit is a gift. Unwrapping!
Another remix for those new romantics, Spandau Ballet. On the original single cover artwork for Highly Strung, we find a blonde haired woman who appears more to have been roped than strung, but we will let them off this. But there isn't a lot of string, or rope, involved. On the remix, we find an Asian babe who has also been roped up, but there is far more rope involved, so we could safely say she is highly roped, or highly strung as the saying goes. Knotty!
What is Too Close for Blue? Maybe it is the photographer, though he seems to have framed the band fairly well on the original front cover artwork. Maybe it is the band who are too close to each other. Either way, on the remix, we find two babes who are also standing close to each other but whether this constitutes being too close is, of course, matter of opinion. But wait, there is something else, they look nearly identical to each other meaning that they are too close to tell apart. Twins!
What does a Cosmic Girl look like according to Jamiroquai? We have no idea, because on the original single cover artwork, there is nothing except a silhouette of the singer surrounded by what are presumably meant to be cosmic orbit rings. On the remix we find a real cosmic babe, standing in the corridors of a spaceship, wearing a latex space suit and high heels (as is the requirement in the cosmic future). Zipper!
Judas Priest have been very naughty, they have been Breaking The Law. Oddly, on the original single cover artwork there is no evidence of their law breaking, other, perhaps, than their awful red leather pants which are criminal. On the remix there is also no law breaking going on, but the babe enforcing the law is criminally sexy in her black leather boots and short police outfit. Illegal!
What happens when You Stole The Sun From My Heart? If the original single front cover artwork by Manic Street Preachers is to be believed, all that happens is that you see a sunset. On the remix we find a babe who has also had the sun stolen from her heart at sunset, but has also had her clothes stolen from her heart too. She crossing her heart and hoping that nothing else is stolen. Thieves!
It seems that Kajagoogoo are Too Shy not only to show themselves on the original front cover artwork of their single, but they are so shy, that there is nothing on the front cover other than the title of the song and the name of the artist. On the remix there is a babe who is quite shy, but perhaps not too shy. After all, though she is covering her decency with her hands, she is otherwise naked other than her high heels. Embarrassed!
Oh dear... When Jurgen Vries featuring Andrea Britton produced the original single cover artwork for Take My Hand, they clearly had brain-freeze about what to put on it, because other than the name of the artist and the title of the song, they didn't put anything else at all. On the remix we find two babes holding hands and walking into the sun. You see, that would have been so simple for them to do, wouldn't it? Wander!
What happens Behind Closed Doors? Well, according to the original album cover artwork by Thunder, we don't know because, assuming that the weird colored thing is meant to be a door, it is closed. On the remix we go the other side of the closed door, a hotel door no less (we can see the 'do not disturb' hanger on the door handle), we find a babe wearing nothing but red high heels and stockings. So that's what happens behind closed doors. Squat!