The Honeyz have Finally Found something or other, but from the original single front cover artwork, the only thing they seem to have found is a tailor who has made suits that are too low cut for them. On the remix we find a dude who has finally found the source of his babe's pleasure. The look on her face says it all... 'idiot man, of course that's where it is'. Enlightened!
Yesterday we remixed a single by Philip Lynott the guitarist and lead singer of Thin Lizzy and today it is the turn of the band themselves and their song Whisky In The Jar (note there is no 'e' in Whisky as they are obviously drinking Scotch, not Irish Whiskey, which is odd given the heritage of the band). Anyway, on the original cover we find the band members staring out at us from under their 70's mustaches and frizzy hair cuts. On the remix (one of our rare 'XXX-Rated Remixes') we find a babe who has put a bottle of whiskey in her jar (well that's one name for it anyway). Slurp!
Famously the lead singer with Thin Lizzy, Yellow Pearl is a solo outing for Philip Lynott. On the original single cover artwork we find Mr Lynott looking all rock and roll with his electric guitar, his cowboy boots and his fuzzy mop of a haircut. On the remix we find a babe who is a pearl of a girl, wearing yellow boots. A yellow pearl, as the contraction goes. Recline!
There is a puzzle to be solved here. Girl Thing claim that there should be a Last One Standing, but on the original cover artwork of their single, two are squatting down and three are jumping in the air. None of them are standing, not even a last one. On the remix we find a lone babe standing on her own. She is definitely the last one standing. The new question, is where have all the others gone? Vanished!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 2010s, Special Remixes, Remi-XXX-es, Busty, Pregnant, Not Safe For Work
Today The Chi-Lites ask us the question Have You Seen Her? Equally we could as the question, has she seen you? How do we know we could ask this question. Because on the remixed single cover artwork we find a babe who is clearly looking for something or someone and could well be the lost babe that the band are searching for. Maybe if they had gone looking rather than standing for a picture of themselves with their instruments they may have had more luck locating her. Discovery!
Kurt Nilsen seems to think that he is qualified to determine someone babe's altitude and whether or not She's So High. If we are to believe the original single cover artwork, he can do this simply by looking upwards. On the remix we find that the babe who is so high, is sitting on the seat of a jet liner, so unless Mr Nilsen has somehow tagged her (which would be difficult unless he put the tag in her heels as she is not wearing much else), we remain unconvinced of his prowess in determining how far above the ground the babe is. Handcuffs!
We like the original single cover artwork for Misery by Indra, largely because of the subtlety of placement of the letters of her name over the chain-mail outfit that she is wearing that would potentially otherwise show of the apparent lack of a bra underneath it. On the remix, the babe posing for the cover has been less fortunate. It seems to us that she just wanted to show off as in her second pose, even the chain-mail has vanished. Mystery!
We are a little confused because on the original front cover artwork for Light Of The Moon by The Pierces, there is no evidence of anything to do with our lunar satellite whatsoever, though there are a few pretty stars around the name of the band. On the remix we find a babe who is on the moon, looking out over the lunar landscape back at the Earth. If you weren't already aware, it is illegal to wear clothes on the moon, as the cost of transporting them there is so high. Earthrise!
One of our very rare and occasional series that we called one for the ladies, courtesy of Alexandra Burke and her song Bad Boys. On the original cover we find Ms Burke but no boys and no indication of bad behavior. On the remix we find five guys who are exhibiting naughty behavior, if not totally bad. We think Ms Burke would approve of the remix, don't you? Cupping!