Woooo, be Scared, it's Slacker and their crazy single cover. Crazy their cover may be, but scary it is not. Unless you happen to be frightened by letters printed on a Dymo. That is why we, at AllBum.Art are here. An on the remix we find a babe who looks very scared. Part of the reason she may be so frightened is that she appears to have gone green. Maybe she has eaten too much spinach, but then again, Popeye never went that shade of Brunswick. Castleton!
When Chris Rea sings about the Road To Hell you would expect him to give some kind of direction so that it's clear where to avoid (or where to go) if you wanted to find Hades. On the original single cover artwork, though, all we can see is an odd cube floating in space. Thankfully on the remix we find a babe who is showing us exactly what the road to hell is. It turns out it's the A4139 which goes to Dinbych-y-pysgod (a devilish place if ever there was one) and also to Hell. Looks as if the babe concerned is already full of devilment. Lucifer!
As Halloween is just a week away, we thought we would bring you a whole week of Halloween remixes. Kicking off the week is Walking Dead by Puressence. The original cover for their single shows the back of a stone warthog (isn't that the one from Hogwarts?). But it's not walking and although it's made of stone, it is meant to represent a live warthog, not a dead one. On the remix we find a babe who has awoken from the dead and is walking out of the coffin where she normally resides. Spooky!
Ask yourself... What would the cover of a single called The Bartender And The Thief look like? According to the Stereophonics, it looks like a blurred speeding red lorry. According to us, it looks like a thief in overalls is stealing the clothes from a busty barmaid in yellow high heels. Now, as yourself, which of these better reflects the title of the song? Go on, ask yourself. Do you know the answer? Winner!
Let's Change Clothes, or at least that is what Jay-Z would have us do. To help us with this, he has provided us with a threatening stance which is less encouragement and more coercion. That may explain why the babe on the remix is having so much trouble with his instructions. She has clearly acted too quickly and attempted to change her trousers without taking off her high heels. Now she is stumped as she does not know how to complete the instructions. Forced!
You'll Never Know anything about the song if the only information from Hi-Gloss that you had to go on was the cover of their single. Well, perhaps you would know that there was a babe painted in hi-gloss paint. The remix, to be fair, doesn't really help. All that we have done is taken a step backwards to survey the scene from a wider perspective. What is revealed is no more informative, sadly. Perspective!
What does Another Day In Paradise look like? If we are to believe the cover of Phil Collins' single, it looks like a monochrome, sullen experience. No! That's not what another day in paradise looks like. It looks like a sunny beach with a blue sky and golden sand. And to make it paradise a hot naked babe is waiting on a bench for you. Now that's paradise. Eden!
So, where do we start with the original cover of Oblivious by Aztec Camera? For starters, the girl may be oblivious to something, but what it is that she is oblivious to? And is she Aztec? Well she may be but then again, she could just be wearing a vaguely south American scarf. Thank goodness, then, for the remix in which we find a babe who is oblivious to the fact that her naked body is being espied by a dude peering at her from behind her bedroom door. Unbeknownst!
Two in a row (that's the whole weekend) for UB40. On the original cover for Rat In Mi Kitchen, we find a red and yellow rat with a black and white tail, sniffing around the name of the band. But where is the kitchen? On the remix we find a babe who is trying to catch a rat that has been let loose in her kitchen, who, it seems, has managed to chew off all of her clothes (except her heels oddly). Let's hope she catches it soon before it chews anything else. Pinch!