Souvlaki - I can't remember my favorite song titles from this one easily, but I did like it best of their three albums. They went from basic dream pop (Just For A Day) to complex dream pop (this one) to the missing link between shoegaze and post-rock (Pygmalion) making for one of the quickest three album evolutions-and-breakups since Wire. Make sure you hear Pygmalion!
Left Banke - "Shadows Breaking Over My Head" was nice. I like that album but it's no Pet Sounds. Then again wasn't Michael Brown like 16 or something? Imagine if he'd been Brian Wilson's age.
154 - All three classic Wire albums are good and this one's my favorite. The super-cold synths and super-dark robot-Goth atmosphere are awesome and you named two of the classics--the other two are "On Returning" and "40 Versions." (The songs you named from their other albums are the best on those albums, too. Damn, could Wire have done an entire album of happy pop songs? They sure knew how to write one!)
Let Love In - That was around his commercial peak, that and Murder Ballads contain his biggest "hits" ("Red Right Hand" which was a '90s movie staple, "Loverman," "Do You Love Me?", "Where The Wild Roses Grow," etc.) I don't think it's a classic, though--I'm surprised you thought it had less filler than TP. "Nobody's Baby Now" is pretty generic to me and good lord do "Jangling Jack" (sadly, Metallica probably heard this one) and "Thirsty Dog" embarrass themselves, although I sort of like the atmosphere that the (lyrically quite lame) "Ain't Gonna Rain Anymore" conjures up. Hear The Good Son next if you haven't--hearing just Tender Prey and Skeleton Tree is a pretty scant start to his career!