Britney covers Madonna, but without much feeling. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)

Super Special All-Covers Edition!

Bon Iver: “I Can’t Make You Love Me / Nick of Time” (Bonnie Raitt covers)

Every ’80s soft rocker has an Aughties hipster who loves them, and few are more devoted than ­Iver’s Justin Vernon, who brings all of his warbly, falsetto-y goodness to bear on this piano-based cover.

DSharp: “Last Friday Night (TGIF)” (Katy Perry cover)

Even Katy Perry songs sound classy when they’re played on a violin.

Calvinist: “Yo-Yo” (Pylon cover)

New Yorker magazine writer Sasha Frere-Jones and Sleigh Bells singer Alexis Krauss tackle this 1983 classic from Athens, Ga., indie rock outliers Pylon.

Britney Spears: “Burning Up” (Madonna cover)

Madonna’s original was a heat-seeking missile of sexual purposefulness and grim determination. Spears’s version, released in conjunction with her tour, sounds like what would happen if an AutoTune machine gained sentience.

Tennis: “Is it True?” (Brenda Lee cover)

The husband-and-wife duo faithfully re-create Lee’s 1964 hit, which featured a pre-Zeppelin Jimmy Page, then a session player, on guitar.