Little Devil - Neil Sedaka 
Thursday, 25 February, 2016, 05:00 - Singles Of The 1960s, Halloween Hits
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Original Cover Artwork of Neil Sedaka Little Devil Cover Artwork Remix of Neil Sedaka Little Devil Cover Artwork Remix of Neil Sedaka Little Devil
A satanic triple-play from us good folk at AllBum.Art from none other than Neil Sedaka. On the original single cover artwork for Little Devil we find Mr Sedaka looking at something. He may be a little frightened, but with that sweater on, he might just be a bit hot. On the first remix we find a babe who is holding a very small devilish rubber duck in her hand but you can tell although he is little he is a devil, as he is pecking at her nipple ring. On the second remix we find a babe who has clearly been taken over by Beelzibub himself and is a devil in female form. She's not that little though. Size!
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Baby Twist - Bob Azzam E La Sua Orchestra 
Tuesday, 9 February, 2016, 05:29 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Bob Azzam Baby Twist Original Cover Artwork of Bob Azzam Baby Twist In the 1960s when Bob Azzam E La Sua Orchestra put together the original cover artwork for their single Baby Twist, it must have been quite daring to have had a bikini-clad babe dancing by the sea. All that we have done for the remix is to modernize the outfit being worn by the babe. She is still a babe dancing by the sea but half of her bikini has vanished, as the 50 years since the single was release have passed, perhaps it has just perished. Fade!
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Peek-A-Boo - The New Vaudeville Band 
Saturday, 6 February, 2016, 05:25 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of New Vaudeville Band Peek A Boo Original Cover Artwork of New Vaudeville Band Peek A Boo Going back in time to the 1960s for this remix of Peek-A-Boo by The New Vaudeville Band. The original cover sees the band members sitting in, or standing next to, a car that has come even further back in time (though not using any kind of flux capacitor). Now Peek-A-Boo is a game often played with babies where one hides and just reveals a small part of yourself to the glee of the child concerned. Our version has a babe who has just revealed a small part of herself, to the glee of the childish mentalities of the staff here. Game on!
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(Must You Always) Tease Me - Keith Kelly 
Saturday, 16 January, 2016, 05:54 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Keith Kelly Must You Always Tease Me Original Cover Artwork of Keith Kelly Must You Always Tease Me (Must You Always) Tease Me? That is the question posed by Keith Kelly. Now on the cover of Mr Kelly's single, we see a happy yet intrigued looking Mr Kelly and the question is, what or who is doing the teasing (always). The remix turns the camera around 180 degrees so that we can see what or who it is that is doing the teasing. Now it is clear why Mr Kelly is looking so intrigued and happy on the original cover artwork. Smile!
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Happy Together - The Turtles 
Sunday, 10 January, 2016, 05:36 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Turtles Happy Together Original Cover Artwork of Turtles Happy Together The Turtles are apparently Happy Together and although there are one or two smiling faces on the cover of their single, it is not at all clear that everyone in the picture is happy to be together. The remix shows two babes who seem very happy to be together. Perhaps it is the fact that they are both naked and therefore are happy to have the mutual support for whatever they are going to do next - such as to find out where their clothes have disappeared to. Joyous!
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Snow Flake - Jim Reeves 
Wednesday, 9 December, 2015, 05:15 - Singles Of The 1960s, Christmas Crackers
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Cover Artwork Remix of Jim Reeves Snow Flake Original Cover Artwork of Jim Reeves Snow Flake Whilst we are on the subject of snow flakes, here is a remix of Snow Flake by seasonal swooner Jim Reeves. On the original cover artwork we find Mr Reeves looking anything but snowy, though perhaps if he hasn't used anti-dandruff shampoo he might be a bit flaky. The remix shows a babe dressed as a snow flake, though it appears that she may have forgotten certain important parts of her outfit. Then again, perhaps that is how nature intended it, you never really know when it comes to snow flakes. Geometric!
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Yummy Yummy Yummy - Ohio Express 
Friday, 27 November, 2015, 05:20 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Ohio Express Yummy Original Cover Artwork of Ohio Express Yummy Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, I've got love in my tummy. Do rhymes come any more farcical than that? Not if you're Ohio Express. How do they choose to illustrate this yumminess on the original single front cover artwork? The simple answer is that they don't. They just have the name of the band and the title of the song repeated three times in yellow, red and pink. On the remix are three beach babes, wearing yellow, red and pink bikinis. Oops, the babe in the red bikini has lost hers. Yummy!
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What's New Pussycat - Tom Jones 
Sunday, 1 November, 2015, 05:47 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Tom Jones Whats New Pussycat Original Cover Artwork of Tom Jones Whats New Pussycat Does the potential for remixing a song cover artwork come on any bigger plate than a song called What's New Pussycat. So thank you to Tom Jones for offering up this large dinner plate of a remix. On the original we see Mr Jones looking very, well, very ordinary. On the remix we see a babe dressed in a pussycat outfit. Now do you see what we mean about an easy remix. And you were thinking, pussy, cat, and something much more different weren't you now? Miaow!
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Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) - Nancy Sinatra 
Friday, 16 October, 2015, 05:25 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Nancy Sinatra Bang Bang Original Cover Artwork of Nancy Sinatra Bang Bang Friday already, how the week just flies by. And here we are with another remix from this week's special guest, Nancy Sinatra, none other than Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down). On the original cover of the song, we find Ms Sinatra sitting down on the floor. Could it be that she has already been shot down, or is it more bang bang? Either way, the remix shows a more likely bang bang situation, and if they are not careful their baby will shoot them down. Table!
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The Highway Song - Nancy Sinatra 
Thursday, 15 October, 2015, 05:19 - Singles Of The 1960s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Nancy Sinatra The Highway Song Original Cover Artwork of Nancy Sinatra The Highway Song Yet another remix in our week long Nancy Sinatra special. The original cover of The Highway Song shows Ms Sinatra looking very demure and even a little sophisticated, lying down in soft focus. But where is the highway? The remix shows what is going on on the highway in question, which is to say very little, other than there being some nearly naked babe wearing just high heel boots and a jacket. Top!
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