Odyssey have lots of songs that can be related in various ways to clothing. Today it is the turn of their song Inside Out. On the original single cover artwork we find three band members looking very 'the right way around' instead of the converse. On the remix is a babe who has put on her t-shirt inside out, and is now correcting this by taking if off and, presumably, putting it back on again. It may be her bra is also not on properly, as it is a little see-through. Wink!
There are a surprising number of songs that are about being Head Over Heels, several of which we, at AllBum.Art have remixed. Today is is the turn of The Go-Go's version. You could not fail to miss the name of the band on the original single front cover artwork, emblazoned as it is, in garish 80's colors. The title of the song is tucked away at the top, but equally visible. But no head, and no heels. On the remix a babe has her head over her heels, but also her ass is over her head, and as for the rest of her body, it's all over the place. Stretch!
Tinchy Stryder (is that even a real name) is Featuring Melanie Fiona and together they are going to Let It Rain. This is clear from the original single front cover artwork, because, well, it's purple. On the remix, it is much clearer as we find a babe standing underneath her umbrella which is a shade of Stryder Purple (as we shall now call it). It's good job she is carrying her umbrella as if it is let to rain she would otherwise get very wet. Forest!
What is High Enough for the Damn Yankees? If the original single front cover artwork is our spirit guide, what is high enough is just to repeat the words 'high enough' several times. The remix shows a babe who is waling around in a pair of boots whose heels are high enough for anyone, in fact they are so high, she has had to duck down to avoid hitting her head on the metal structure that is above her. She should be careful not to trip. Down!
It might seem straightforward to you and me, but clearly to Beyoncé, counting to 4 seems to have eluded her. On the original album front cover artwork there is unquestionably just 1, even if you count those aspects of Ms Knowles' body that there are 2 of, it doesn't make 4. On the remix there are, let's count together, 1, 2, 3, 4 babes. Cuatro. Vier. Четыре. Apat. Of course, it would be wrong to expect Ms Knowles to know 4 in Russian, but surely she can count in English. Erbgħa!
Light A Candle (To Start A New Dawn), is what Daniel O'Donnell is instructing people to do. To help us envisage this, Mr O'Donnell stands around on the original front cover artwork in a white suit and black shirt with his hands in his pockets. Maybe he has a lighter in his pockets. On the remix we find a babe who appears to have lit a number of candles. She also doesn't have pockets, so she can be hiding lighters in them. In fact she has no clothes to hide anything in. Wick!
Poor Kelly Clarkson. It's not clear who has put her in this situation but she feels that My Life Would Suck Without You. She seems to have made herself feel better by getting a heart-shaped lollipop that she can no doubt suck on, in place of whoever it was that she sucked before. On the remix are two babes, one of who is sucking on the other. Without her, her life would suck less, though if the sucking is her favorite activity, then maybe less sucking would make her life suck more. Converse!
Do you think we're alone now? Tiffany does when she sings I Think We're Alone Now. On the original single front cover artwork Ms Darwish is, without question, alone now, or so we think. On the remix, a babe is not alone, but the dude standing in front of her has probably suggested that they are alone. The babe, on the other hand, looks slightly alarmed at the prospect of being alone with the dude. That said, her sexy clothes suggest she is not unused to being alone with various dudes. Solitude!
Imagine precipitation. Now imagine Wendy Moten is inviting you to Come In Out Of The Rain, which, according to the original single front cover artwork, means sitting down with her and her multicolored jacket. On the remix is a babe who needs to come in out of the rain as she is standing outside in the precipitation by a beach. She is lucky enough to have an umbrella to keep her dry, but she has nothing else to keep her dry. She really should come in out of the rain before she catches a cold. Transparent!
Hold Me Now, hold you now, hold me before, hold you again, none of this helps when the original single front cover artwork by The Thomson Twinsjust shows the three band members not touching, let alone holding, anyone or anything. And they clearly are not twins either. On the remix, two twins (or is that one set of twins?) are standing next to each other, holding each other. Is it now, before or again? Then or thereafter? Does it matter when the twins are wearing nothing but their high heel sandals? Ukraine!