The smallest details make all the difference, which was proven when some of our favorite albums took on a whole new meaning by removing just one letter from the title.

Our friends over at Pigeons and Planes were inspired by Austin Light's illustrations of Movie Titles With One Letter Removed, and decided to do the same thing—but with classic albums.

The concept is simple:

Remove a letter or number from the original title, and create an album cover based on what’s left.

They did a slew of albums—varying in era and genre—showcasing how each one takes on a completely different meaning with just one letter removed.

DRAKE - TAKE CAR(E)

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MICHAEL JACKSON - BA(D)

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JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE - THE 20/2(0) EXPERIENCE

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.DRAKE - (T)HANK ME LATER

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KANYE WEST 80(8)S AND HEARTBREAK

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FUGEES - THE (S)CORE

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A$AP ROCKY - AT.LONG.LAST.(A)$AP

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JUVENILE - 40(0) DEGREEZ

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Tell us what albums you would like to see with one letter removed, and check out even more of these illustrations now over at Pigeons and Planes.