Keep Your Hands Off Her - The Black Keys 

Cover Artwork Remix of Black Keys Keep Your Hands Off Her Original Cover Artwork of Black Keys Keep Your Hands Off Her Keep Your Hands Off Her, that is what The Black Keys are telling you to do. They seem quite serious about this as on the original single front cover artwork there is a gun and with the whispy lines around it, it may have already been fired. On the remix is a babe who tried to get hands kept off her, but seems to have failed. She is being held aloft by three guys who seem to be more interest in something that is going on in the distance than what is right in front of them. Bang!

Feel - Robbie Williams 

Cover Artwork Remix of Robbie Williams Feel Original Cover Artwork of Robbie Williams Feel A wop bop a loo bop, a wop bam boo. That has nothing to do with Feel by Robbie Williams but then again nor does the original single cover artwork which shows what we can only presume to be Mr Williams surrounded by lighted hoops and standing on a road, or something like that. On the remix a more mature babe is standing in a shop, with her goods on display and the shopkeeper is having a feel of one of her juicy pair. There is even a free phone and a copy of People magazine. Yep, they have nothing to do with it either. Coat!
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Holding On To Nothing - Agnelli And Nelson Featuring Aureus 

Cover Artwork Remix of Agnelli Nelson Holding On To Nothing Original Cover Artwork of Agnelli Nelson Holding On To Nothing Agnelli And Nelson Featuring Aureus were duped into accepting one of those cheap, generic, record company single covers that says nothing about the song or the artist. The original cover for Holding On To Nothing shows an eye. An eye? Yes. And with it someone running away from something (is that a dude or a babe?) On the remix are two babes who are literally holding on to nothing, as they cup their diminutive boobs, making them look even smaller than they were in the first place. Forest!
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It Began In Afrika - The Chemical Brothers 

Cover Artwork Remix of Chemical Brothers It Began In Afrika Original Cover Artwork of Chemical Brothers It Began In Afrika According to The Chemical Brothers It Began In Afrika, by which they presumably mean mis-spelling of the names of continents. On the original single front cover artwork you can see a picture that seems more Europeen than Afrikan, though maybe it has hints of Amerika and Aysia in there too. On the remix we go back to the root of the problem and you can see a babe who may well have begun in Africa, where standing naked by a tree with a head-dress on is, of course, de rigeur. Maybe she is called Sarahara. Desert!
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Shake Ya Shimmy - Porn Kings Versus Flip & Fill Featuring 740 Boyz 

Cover Artwork Remix of Porn Kings Flip Fill 740 Boyz Shake Ya Shimmy Original Cover Artwork of Porn Kings Flip Fill 740 Boyz Shake Ya Shimmy The Porn Kings Versus Flip & Fill Featuring 740 Boys is one hell of a name for a band. On the other hand, Shake Ya Shimmy is a less hellish title for a song. On the original single front cover artwork you will find some dude with his hand out. On the remix you will find a babe shaking her shimmy in front of an audience who seem very happy to stand and watch. Maybe they are the real porn kings who can flip and fill, or maybe there are 740 of them. That's a lot of kings, more than those who were crowns most likely. Sway!
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Four To The Floor - Starsailor 

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Starsailor are Four To The Floor. And to mark the end of the month, we have not just a triple-play but our first ever quadruple-play. The original single front cover shows the four members of the band standing on a deserted beach. There are four of them, and their clothes are on the floor, so that's a good start. On the first remix we find four babes who are also on a beach but are also close to the floor.

The next two are what we call Remi-XXX-es which are those remixes that cross the Triple-X threshold. The first of our X-rated remixes shows four women stacked on top of each other, and on the floor. Start at the top and work your way through the four, to the floor. The final remix shows four babes who have got off their bikes and are sitting on the floor. Quadrangle!
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Shake It (Move A Little Closer) - Lee Cabrera Featuring Alex Cartana 

Cover Artwork Remix of Lee Cabrera Shake It Original Cover Artwork of Lee Cabrera Shake It Lee Cabrera featuring Alex Cartana have one simple instruction Shake It (Move A Little Closer). They don't have much of an imagination though, when it comes to the single cover artwork which seems to give credence to a green C. On the remix a babe is shaking it, and the crowd watching her would no doubt be very happy if she moved a little closer, though she is quite close to begin with. And for some reason, only wearing boots. Dance!

Wide Awake - The Twang 

Cover Artwork Remix of Twang Wide Awake Original Cover Artwork of Twang Wide Awake The Twang are Wide Awake. Who wouldn't be when looking at the original single front cover artwork which seems to show some dark brooding buildings which are covered in eyes, while a milk van drives along beneath them. Scary enough to keep anyone awake. On the remix is a babe who could not be wider if she tried, and to do that she is definitely awake. Maybe more Wider Wake than Wide Awake? Spooner!
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Wires - Athlete 

Cover Artwork Remix of Athlete Wires Original Cover Artwork of Athlete Wires Let's see what we have here. The original single front cover artwork for Wires by Athlete shows a range of household items which have been pushed through a free-standing door. There may be some wires around the door, but these don't seem to go anywhere or connect to anything, and it may not even be wires. On the remix is a babe sitting on what looks like a teacher's desk holding a bunch of wires, and with even more wires on the desk next to her. Is that enough wires for you? Professor!
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Broken Strings - James Morrison Featuring Nelly Furtado 

Cover Artwork Remix of James Morrison Broken Strings Original Cover Artwork of James Morrison Broken Strings Not broken wings, but Broken Strings, that is what James Morrison Featuring Nelly Furtado are singing together about. On the original single front cover we can see both singers, but they don't look very together, in fact it looks like their individual pictures were taken independently from each other. On the remix we find two babes in tiny string bikinis. Their strings are clearly broken as they are not holding their boobs in place at all. Nor are they doing that well at covering their more sensitive parts either. The one in the yellow bikini seems to have noted that they are broken and may be trying to fix it. The one in the pink doesn't seem to have noticed. Beach!
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