It's Grohl's most memorable set of songs since 1997's The Colour and the Shape.
With Take Care, Drake has his accelerated Kanye West moment — when a little too much ambition and all the asshole feelings he's got inside coalesce into an insular, indulgent, sad-sack hip-hop epic.
Vernon re-accesses that potent sense of self on Bon Iver, a stunning sophomore set whose landscape-painting cover art underscores the idea that his songs inhabit their own psychological space.
It's one of the most overly complicated hard-rock records of the past ten years. It's also one of the best.