Another remix for 70s glam rockers T-Rex and their single Metal Guru. On the original cover artwork we find a fuzzy haired Mr Bolan, the title of the song and of course the name of the artist. No metal. On the remix we find a babe dressed all in silver, and done in a relatively stylish way, so when it comes to fashion, she would certainly qualify in the metal guru category. Aluminum!
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!
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!
Redbone join our list of Halloween Hits with their song The Witch Queen Of New Orleans. On the original single cover artwork we find the band members looking rather jovial, odd if they have in any way had a spell cast on them by a witch. On the remix we find a real witch queen. We can tell she is a witch because her eyes are red, and the cape gives her regality away. Candles!
So Emerson, Lake And Palmer thought that a good idea for the original single front cover artwork of their song Lucky Man, would be to show pictures of themselves. Granted, they look reasonably happy (for a 70s rock band), but are they lucky? On the remix is a dude who is very lucky indeed, as his job seems to be to inspect the naked bodies of a heap load of babes. He seems very dedicated to his job, and will almost certainly be taking that inspection as slowly as he possibly can. Attention!
Hey, hey, it's time for those groovesters Roxy Music. Let's flip on over to the original single front cover artwork for their single Angel Eyes. Wowsah! It shows two babes wearing earrings and would you crease it, one of them has their eye-picking eyes closed. Flute those mid-tone eyelashes. On the remix is an angel whose eyes you can clearly see, and you can also pool a gap at her outfit which is eye-catchingly transparently busting out of the hat fringe leaflet. Boom that, you ample cat bounder!
Another remix for Paul Simon and his song Slip Slidin' Away. Sometimes cover artwork remixed itself and this is one of those examples. On the original front cover is a picture of a rather grubby looking Mr Simon. The designers could have at least included something slippy or slidey on the cover. On the remix are three topless babes who are a-slippin' and a-slidin' down a wet and slippy slide. Could it have been any easier to remix? They are literally slip slidin'. Away!
Love Hurts, so it does. That's what Jim Capaldi tells us in no uncertain terms. The original single front cover artwork, on the other hand, doesn't show particularly high degrees of pain, nor love. The remix resolves this as we find a babe who, as far as can be seen, is in the throes of love, and it looks as if it isn't the most comfortable thing she has ever experienced. So, to summarise, for the babe on the remix, love hurts. Sugar Honey!
Now think about this... Me (OK, got that) And You (with you so far) And A Dog Named Boo (and your point)? Well the first point is that on the original cover artwork for Me And You And A Dog Named Boo there is no me, and no you. Also isn't it a bit of a coincidence that the dog's name rhymes with you. It wouldn't have worked so well if the dog was named Rover for example. On the remix we find a babe out walking her dog and to be real, who cares what the dog is called. Canine!