Feliz Navidad - José Feliciano 
Monday, 16 December, 2013, 05:25 - Albums Of The 1970s, Christmas Crackers
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jose feliciano feliz navidad remixjose feliciano feliz navidad 1It wouldn't be the Holidays in downtown Puerto Rico (or anywhere else in Latin America for that matter) without the strains of Feliz Navidad ringing out. This version by José Feliciano is the standard version against which all other version are measured. The original cover shows Mr Feliciano playing his guitar against backdrop of snowflakes. The remixed cover is also another version against which others should be measured, something like 42-26-36, wouldn't you say?
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Virgin Killer - The Scorpions 
Wednesday, 29 May, 2013, 05:46 - Albums Of The 1970s
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scorpions virgin killer remixscorpions virgin killer originalOne more from the Wikipedia list of controversial album art. This one is probably top of the list, as the cover features what appears to be a very young girl, in the nude, whose modesty is being protected only by a crack in the glass. The remixed version is, if anything, less extreme showing the girl, now much older, behind some cracked glass but oddly, where the glass is broken, the image is blurred. Even we, at AllBum.Art did not want to remix the original to be any more controversial than it already was!
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Lovehunter - Whitesnake 
Thursday, 23 May, 2013, 05:33 - Albums Of The 1970s
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whitesnake lovehunter remixwhitesnake lovehunter originalLovehunter by Whitesnake is yet another album cover inspired by the list of controversial album art. In it we see a naked woman with her back to us riding a great big snake (though oddly, given the name of the band, not a white one). In the remix, the one woman has been replaced by three and the snake has shrunk. It seems, though, that the snake has the same mesmerizing effect on the girls, as all their clothes seem to have vanished. Is this the original 'trouser snake' in action?
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Candy-O - The Cars 
Wednesday, 22 May, 2013, 09:24 - Albums Of The 1970s
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the cars candy o 2 remixthe cars candy o 1 remixthe cars candy o original

Not just one, but two remixes of the cover of this 1979 album from Boston rockers The Cars. This is another taken from Wikipedia's list of controversial album art. The original cover shows a 50s babe in a seethrough black bodystocking reclining. The remixes do more of the same, but one has a 50s style pinup babe wearing something even more seethrough and the other comes right up to date and shows a horny blonde bitch taking her panties off whilst reclining in the necessary pose. Wicked pissa!
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The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys - Traffic 
Wednesday, 1 May, 2013, 05:40 - Albums Of The 1970s
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traffic low spark high heel boys remixtraffic low spark high heel boys 1Homer Simpson said that 'everyone knows that rock peaked in 1974'. Well D'Oh! For prog rock bands like Traffic that might be true. If the cover of their album The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys is anything to go by, it's easy to see why. If you're going to have a title with high heels in it, at least put some on the cover. Preferably on a sexy babe. As for the boys, well they should at least be there too. Oh, look... in the remix, that's exactly what's been done!
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Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen 
Tuesday, 12 March, 2013, 05:10 - Albums Of The 1970s
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bruce springsteen born to run remixbruce springsteen born to run 1Every good mid-West girl sings along with Born To Run by Bruce Springsteen. Don't ask why, they just do. This is the remix of the album cover of the same name. Mr Springsteen's picture has been replaced by one of those very mid-West girls who sings along who is very clearly born to run herself. She has to run to stop mid-West boys catching her. The fact that she runs in nothing but her sneakers might have something to do with that.
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Are You Ready For Love - Patsy Gallant 
Thursday, 14 February, 2013, 05:30 - Albums Of The 1970s, Singles Of The 1970s
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patsy gallant are you ready 1Here's something of an anomaly, a singer from Canada that isn't either Mr Adams or Mr Buble. In fact it's not a Mr at all, but the shapely 70s figure of Patsy Gallant. The cover of her single (and album) Are You Ready For Love is even more unusual for a Canadian piece of artwork as it doesn't depict either snow or mounties (those police on horses), both of which it is well known that Canada leads the world in, though it is close to being beaten for snow by the Russian state of Siberia. Ms Gallant is wearing a fetching red dress on the cover which is blowing about to reveal her matching red panties and her high heel red sandals. Now if only the wind would blow a bit harder...

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patsy gallant are you ready remixThey (whoever 'they' are) say that you should be careful what you wish for in case it comes true. As it turns out, no mention of a wish was made, but it might be easy to see why the statement 'now if only the wind would blow a bit harder...' might be taken to indicate some desire for the dress to be raised even higher to see what might be revealed. Thankfully in this remixed cover, no such breeze-based enhancements are required as it appears the girl who has replaced Ms Gallant has already lost her dress. And her panties. And her bra too, or so it would seem. At least she still has her high heel shoes. That must be quite a comfort to her.

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AWB - Average White Band 
Wednesday, 6 February, 2013, 05:39 - Albums Of The 1970s
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average white band 1Another of those funky disco bands from the 1970s, the Average White Band really hit the pits when all they could come up with for the name of an album was AWB. And the cover of the album is even less inventive. It just comprises the name of the band, together with their logo. One thing of merit, if anything, is that their logo replaces the letter 'W' with what is obviously meant to be the curvy rear view of a naked lady. Unfortunately, the lady has her back turned so that we cannot see any more of her. That, and the fact that the lady in question has been drawn with a pencil makes the whole thing very lacking in anything but pit hit shit.

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average white band remixHow simple it is to remix the album art and return it to the kind of glory that should have shone through in the first place. All that is required is the re-addition of the original female using photographic reproduction rather than a pencil drawing done by a drunken Canadian teenager. As this remixed cover shows, the lady in question fits perfectly within the curves of the 'W' and although her back is still turned, and she is facing away from the camera, the sense of sexiness is massively enhanced from the original. Now AWB no longer stands for Average White Band, but shouts 'Ass With Bumnificence' or maybe just 'AWsome Bum'.

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Chic - Chic 
Thursday, 22 November, 2012, 12:46 - Albums Of The 1970s
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chic chic 1The cover for Chic's imaginatively titled 1977 debut album 'Chic' has on its cover two sultry looking ladies blowing referee's whistles. The ladies concerned are typical of the disco divas of the time being in their twenties and having long hair. What they are wearing is unknown as there is nothing in the picture to indicate that they are wearing anything at all. The inclusion of the referee's whistles is believed to represent a juxtaposition between the distunality of the sound they produce with the tonality of the groovy disco music that is contained inside the sleeve of the record. Either that, or people just liked to blow whistles at discos in the 1970s (much more likely).

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chic chic 2Things have moved on since the 1970s and ladies who attend discos are now much younger than they used to be. In fact the term 'ladies' no longer really applies and 'girls' is a more common and arguably more accurate description. Of course there are far more derogatory terms in use but there is no need to repeat these. In the revised album cover the question of what is being worn has been answered and it is clear to see that the girl (whose age now more accurately reflects those of modern disco-goers) is, in fact, wearing next to nothing. The air of mystery has been retained by cutting the picture of at the waist so that it is not clear whether she is just topless, or whether she is, in fact, completely naked.

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