Let's all go and join Definition Of Sound at Moira Jane's Cafe. After all, if the original single cover artwork is to be believed, what we would enjoy if we visited the cafe would be sitting around on some chairs which don't seem very comfortable, and drinking from a very small pot of tea. Or you could go to the remixed Moira Jane's Cafe, in which a blonde babe sits on the counter offering more than coffee and cake. Yummy!
We really have absolutely no idea what Puddle Of Mudd were trying to depict on the original album cover artwork for Come Clean. A little boy peeing against a bush says nothing to us. On the remix, though, one thing is obvious - the babe is clean, having just gotten out of her bath. Why she wore pantyhose and heels in the bath is not clear but you can be assured that if you want to come clean, you need a clean babe to begin with. Shiny!
Ermm... Is it just us, or does the fact that Aerosmith have an album called Big Ones, mean that a remix is so inevitable, to not do it would be worse than letting your ice cream melt on a sunny day without even licking it? Let's put this plainly... On the original album cover artwork we find nothing, other than the name of the band and the title of the album. On the remix we find a babe, with big ones. Easy!
We think the picture on the original single cover artwork for It's Too Late by Quartz Introducing Dina Carroll is quite inventive showing, as it does, Ms Carroll superimposed on the face of a clock. But we can't tell if it's too late as the hands of the clock do not indicate what time it is. On the remix we find a babe who is clearly heavily pregnant but seems to be removing her panties as if to encourage us to go and join her on the sofa. But it is obviously too late for that kind of nonsense. Areola!
Does Donna Allen look Serious on the front cover artwork of her single? To be fair she does look very focused on something or other so maybe she should be taken seriously. On the remix we find a different babe who has a very serious look on her face. We are not sure why she is looking so earnest. Maybe it is because the top she is wearing appears to have gotten damaged and the part that was meant to cover her boobs is missing. Revealing!
An other remix for Sting. On the original single cover artwork for Spread A Little Happiness, we find a stylized drawing of Mr Sumner clasping his hands together in front of his face. On the remi-xxx (yes, another of our X-Rated remixes) we find a mature babe who has spread her happiness very wide and will no doubt bring joy to those who see her smiling face. What other joy she could spread is fairly clear for all to see. Happy!
What is missing from the original front cover artwork of Thru The Glass by Thirteen Senses is any clear indication of what is, in fact, thru the glass. The dirty grey rectangle on the cover may be meant to represent glass but it is actually clearer around the outside of it. On the remix we find that thru the glass is a pretty seaside view. Of course it depends which way you look through the glass because if you were standing on the other side looking through you would see a hot babe sitting on a chair wearing nothing but her high heels. Maritime!
When Mariah Carey sings Through The Rain, you can almost sense the raindrops on your back. But when you look at the original single cover artwork you only see Ms Carey, her name, the title of the song and a butterfly. On the remix we find a pert babe who is definitely enjoying herself through the rain, using it, as she seems to be, to take a shower. We kept the butterfly for good measure. Deluge!
Yet another remix for those Swedish songsters ABBA - in fact we have done so many remixes of their cover artwork that we could have dedicated a whole week to them. On the original front cover of When I Kissed The Teacher we find the band members sitting at a dining table enjoying a class of wine with a meal. Where's the teacher? Is this an educational establishment? On the remix we find a situation where poor Jonny is about to kiss his teacher. Why? She is posing naked on her classroom desk. Easy to see how that could happen. Blackboard!