An album so obscure that even the artist Roger King Mozian doesn't have an entry on Wikipedia, Just Mozian Along caught the attention of the AllBum.Art team because of the hapless Mr Mozian sitting on a horse. Why was this of interest? Simply because of the picture of the naked babe on a horse that replaces Mr Mozian himself. A fair replacement and a good use of a picture of a nude model on a pony. We can think of a better use.
Steppin' back in time, jive bunnies, to the rolling, rocking 1950s and this single from Bill Haley and his Comets. The original cover of Rip It Up shows the head of Big Bad Bill, but no evidence of any kind of rippin' going on. The remix remedies this with a hot chic whose clothes have been ripped up. Who exactly has done the rippin' is unknown, but it looks like she did it herself. Why? Who cares!
Perhaps not the most well-known version of the song Itsy Witsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini, but this one from Ron Smith has a cover that desperately needs a remix. And what a remix. The bikini on the babe on the new cover is so itsy bitsy and teenie weenie that all the polka dots have become invisible. The bikini itself is only just visible in this dimension. Surely the modern version of what Mr Smith (and others like him) thought about when they sang the song?
What do Midwinter Graces look like? According to the original album cover artwork by Tori Amos, they look like floating around in the sky in a flowing dress. But isn't that one grace, not two? On the remix we find two babes, both of whose names are Grace, and who have decided, on a snowy midwinter's day, to go about their business wearing naught but high heeled boots and a scarf. There must be something about Graces that allows them to do this without freezing to death. It must be to do with floating around in a dress. Confused!
If this isn't one of the most obvious remixes for cover artwork ever, Drunk Girls by LCD Soundsystem then the word 'obvious' is obviously getting confused. On the original cover artwork for the single, we find the band members, only one of whom is a girl, and who does not look particularly drunk. On the remix we find three girls who may not be drunk, but given that they are naked and have a dazed smile on their faces, we shall give them the benefit of the doubt. Naturist!
I Like Beer, is what Tom T Hall tells us. From the look of the original single cover artwork, it seems he likes more than just beer, but guns and playing cards too. On the remix we find three babes who like beer, and for some reason enjoy drinking it whilst sitting around with their dressing gowns undone by a table made out of an old barrel. No guns here though, but maybe they lost their clothes through a poker game? So possibly there were playing cards around earlier. Ante!
The Dead Kennedys are apparently Too Drunk To Fuck. Exactly how this manifests itself is not that evident from the original single cover artwork which shows a black and white image of a guy putting a bottle into a bin. Perhaps he is too drunk to fuck, but it doesn't look as if he's in the mood for it either. On the remix we find a babe who looks as if she is in the mood, but has had one too many cocktails. Best to leave her alone. Tequila!
One more from the Wikipedia list of controversial album art. This one is probably top of the list, as the cover features what appears to be a very young girl, in the nude, whose modesty is being protected only by a crack in the glass. The remixed version is, if anything, less extreme showing the girl, now much older, behind some cracked glass but oddly, where the glass is broken, the image is blurred. Even we, at AllBum.Art did not want to remix the original to be any more controversial than it already was!
Yet another album cover remix taken from the list of controversial album art. The chick on the cover of Lemonade And Brownies by Sugar Ray is Nicole Eggert who is probably best known for... appearing naked on the cover of this album. Naked, with her boobs on the floor and her ass in the air. Nice pose Nicole! That said, the remixed cover with an unnamed Asian babe in the same pose is just somehow better. Somehow.
Another in the series of controversial album art. This cover is taken from the 1960s eponymous album by Tinkerbells Fairydust. The cover shows a cheeky Tinkerbell with her back to us, showing her pert ass. But what if Tinkerbell were not quite so cutesy, and had a darker side. With black wings and no fear of showing us more, she would look just like this remixed cover.