Categories Explained


In addition to being able to search for single and album remixes, including searching just for the name of an artist, here at AllBum.Art, we have always categorized the various artwork remixes by whether they were for singles or whether they were albums. In addition, we've separated them out into the decade that the single or album was released, so you can, for example, just peruse albums released in the 1970s, or singles of the 2010s.

In addition, we've categorised all of the remixes into those which we deem safe for work and those which are not safe for work. The difference between the two is that those which are 'safe for work' may show a cheeky fanny and may still have nudity, but there will be no genitalia visible.

Seasonal Categories

We also included a number of categories for special types of seasonal artwork remixes which we had defined as follows:
Cover Artwork Remix of Ambrose The Sun Has Got His Hat On Summer Sizzlers
These are sizzling, sultry remixes of the cover artwork of songs that either have summer in their title, or are about places you go, things you get up to, or things you connect with the summer months such as beaches, bikinis, boats, surfing, and sunshine.
Cover Artwork Remix of Whodini Freaks Come Out At Night Halloween Hits
These are spooky, creepy remixes in which the song is either directly concerned with Halloween (which are quite rare) or are about related things such as ghosts, ghouls, witches or the devil or generally to do with being dead such as the grim reaper, graveyards or coffins.
Cover Artwork Remix of Mop Cold As Ice Winter Warmers
These are either chilly remixes which are about winter itself, or have titles or themes which are closely connected with winter, which is mostly either to do with being freezing cold, or about snow and ice. The occasional, and somewhat warmer, fireside creeps its way into this category too.
Original Cover Artwork of Gary Walker Santas Got A Brand New Bag Christmas Crackers
These are festive remixes in which the song is directly and obviously connected with the holiday season such as being about Xmas or Santa Claus, or are about things connected with Christmas such as trees, presents, sleighs (and sleighbells), wrapping paper, baubles, holly or some other yuletide topic.

Special Remixes

The majority of remixes here at AllBum.Art are generally designed with the male viewer in mind and thus comprise semi-clad or naked babes in various poses. For the main, these pictures try and obscure anything which might be considered overtly pornographic, however on occasion the title of a song so blatantly demands a risqué remix that it would be a crime not to produce one. And just occasionally, the title of a song leads to a remix which is more suited to a female audience than a male one.
Original Cover Artwork of Biffy Clyro Ideal Height Remi-XXX-es
These are remixes where the picture used in the remix is far more provocative than regular remixes. This may involve pictures that show penetration, or clearly visible vulvas, or something that is not just unsafe for work, but is definitely R-rated.
Cover Artwork Remix of Boney M Daddy Cool One For The Ladies
These are remixes which, quite simply, feature semi-naked or nude men instead of the usual fare of women. It should be noted that some men might like these remixes too, and some women may like the regular ones, whatever floats your boat is fine by us.


It was suggested to us, by one of our contributors, that we might also want to associate different themes to the remixes so that if someone particularly likes, for example, busty babes, they can just look at the remixes where they will find them.

This led us to an interesting set of decisions. What constitutes 'busty' for example? When are the heels of a shoe high enough to qualify as 'high heels'? Our definitions of what is what and how we have assigned themes to our remixes is as follows.
Cover Artwork Remix of Richard Marx Angelia Angels & Devils
These are remixes where the song is about or is closely connected with angels or devils (see also Halloween Hits), or where the babe in the remix is wearing an angel or devil, or some other religious outfit.
Cover Artwork Remix of Mos Def Ms Fat Booty BBW
A tough call this one. When is a lady just slightly overweight, and when does her fulsome figure make her a full blown BBW? We decided that where a babe had rolls of stomach fat that fold over each other, that makes her a big beautiful woman. Anything less than that is just lovely love handles.
Cover Artwork Remix of Robbie Williams Shes The One Busty
Another difficult category to rationalize. Is there a specific bra-size which constitutes busty, and, even if there was, how would it be possible to identify which of the remixes included babes with such bountiful busts? In the end we thought that any babe whose breasts could only be described as buxom or bosoms should be counted as busty, anyone with just plain tits is insufficient.
Cover Artwork Remix of Queen Killer Queen Fantasy & Cosplay
This category includes any remixes which use drawings including vintage or pin-up art, show any creatures from a fantasy realm including space cadets and robots, show babes in costumes such as brides, policewomen, cheer-leaders or air-hostesses, or are figures from fairy tales. It excludes angels and devils as these are covered elsewhere.
Cover Artwork Remix of A Nothing Flat-Chested
This category is all about babes with no boobs, girls with no glands, models with no mammaries or women with no waps. Alternatively, babes with berries for boobs, girls with goji berries for glands, models with miniature mammaries or women with wasps for waps. You get the idea.
Cover Artwork Remix of Tlc Unpretty Hairy
Remixes in this category fall into two basic categories. Either:
  • the babe in the remix has hairy armpits, or
  • the babe in the remix has a fuzzy muff (a.k.a. muzzy fluff).
Some people like this kind of thing, others don't. Whether or not you do is your decision.
Cover Artwork Remix of David Lee Roth Sensible Shoes High Heels
When is a high heel not a high heel? That is the question that we had to answer in order to decide which remixes fall into this category. Do we measure the height of a heel, and if we do, how do you do that on a picture. In the end we figured that if the heel on the shoe was high enough that the line from the instep to the shin of the woman wearing it was either virtually straight, or even bent slightly back, that was what counted.