It looks as if Iyaz is pointing to something on the original single front cover artwork. Maybe the thing he is pointing to is So Big, but that is not visible to us. On the remix is a babe who is undoubtedly big, and maybe even so big. So big, in fact, that her bikini top is not holding her boobs in. It might be that someone needs to help her understand how bras are sized so that she can choose a better fit next time. Then again, maybe not. Peeking!
Haevn (isn't that just an intentional misspelling of the word haven?) Anyway the original front cover artwork for their single Back In The Water does, indeed, show someone in the water. Unfortunately, it's a little dark underwater and it's difficult to tell whether they have their back to us or not. In the remix is a babe who is also in the water, and who has definitely got her back to us, though her back isn't actually in the water, at least not until she dives in to retrieve the bikini that she's obviously left lying around at the bottom of the pool somewhere. Narration!
Foals have at least attempted to represent the title of their song Balloons using an illustration of air filled flowery cloth on the original front cover artwork for their single. Black clouds seem to be floating around amidst the balloons, or are they meant to be some other kind of airborne thing. The remix simply shows a babe, holding some balloons, nothing more complicated than that. If only everything in life was so simple. Hot air!
Barbara Stephan brings us her single The River. On the original single front cover artwork we find Ms Stephan looking up at us through a fuzzy piece of glass. There isn't much of a river visible, unless it is a river of fuzziness. On the remix we find a babe who is taking a dip in a river. She seems to have forgotten to wear her swimming costume, bikini, or indeed any clothes at all. Perhaps her brain was overloaded with some kind of water-fuzz, should such a thing exist. Perhaps Ms Stephan could help her. Bank!
Whilst we're dealing with Bruno Mars Bar, here's another remix. The original single front cover artwork for Gorilla shows what appears to be a naked babe lying down on a bed next to a gorilla. The remix turns the clock back an hour or so to when the same babe was enticing the gorilla into her grasp by offering him a banana, which the gorilla seems keen to accept. The question is whether he is more interested in the banana than the babe. Monkey!
Does the hand-drawn blob on the cover of Bruno Mars Bar's single Grenade look like a grenade to you, or more like a Robin wearing an ear-ring? A very poor attempt at a cover. It's a good job that AllBum.Art is here to remix the cover to bring back some sanity. In it, the ear-ring wearing bird is replaced by a different kind of bird, this time one carrying a grenade launcher. Now that's more like it (whatever 'it' is in this context). Bang!
What does Drunk In Love actually mean? When Beyoncé Featuring Jay-Z sings about it, are they more focussed on the drunkenness or on being in love. Is it both together? The original single front cover artwork doesn't help answer this question as it just shows a baby lying down in a see-through dress. On the remix we find a babe holding a large glass of wine and, it also appears, wearing nothing but a smile. Is she drunk in love? It's still not that clear, but it's more interesting guessing. Merlot!
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!
Let It Rain. It's an easy enough instruction from Eliza Doolittle. That being said, on the original single front cover artwork, it simply isn't raining. This is evident as a babe is sitting in the driver's seat of a car with the roof off and she isn't in the slightest bit damp. On the remix we find a babe who for some reason is crawling along the floor, but it is pelting it down with liquid precipitation. It is to be hoped that this is rain, as if she is being soaked in hydrochloric acid she has more problems than her apparent nakedness and needs to cover herself up as soon as possible. Chemistry!
Whip My Hair (Back And Forth) is described by Urban Dictionary as an example of how humanity has failed. Maybe this is down to the original single cover artwork by Willow which shows nothing other than the young Mr Smith flailing his hair here and there. On the remix is a far better rendition of the same idea, with a busty babe whipping her hair about in a waterfall. Perhaps the remixed cover art might have helped save humanity. Splash!