Rush - Signals. Holy crap, I like a Rush album! There's enough hooks to justify the typical wankery, and Lee sort of sounds like a normal person.
Alice Cooper - Good sound, boring songs.
Viv Albertine - Flesh. Just finished reading her memoir (she was in the Slits), which was very good and made me interested in her recent solo work. This EP was okay, but I'm looking forward to trying her album
Rose Elinor Dougall - Stellular. Nice, none of the songs have totally grabbed me (except for "Hell and Back") but it's a very pleasant listen.
Robert Wyatt - Shleep. Somebody I've always been sort of dubious of for whatever reason, but I like this a lot.
Supertramp - Breakfast in America. For some reason I hadn't listened to this in ages. It's good.
Pylon - Gyrate. Good.
The Very Best - Warm Heart Of Africa. Also good, even though this isn't normally my sort of thing.
Flock Of Dimes - If You See Me, Say Yes. Nice if a little dull, but I like the sonic palette more than the Wye Oak stuff I've heard.
Roedelius - Wenn der Sudwind Weht. This is basically the sonic palette of Kraftwerk's "Europe Endless", which means it's a good album to listen to and an excellent album to fall asleep to.
Weekend - La Variete - spinoff from Young Marble Giants. There's some good songs, and also some songs that are the answer to the question "What would it sound like if a post-punk band decided to play smooth jazz?" The follow-up question is why anybody thought they sounded good.
Razika - Pa Vei Hjem - I believe this is categorized as Norwegian ska, but it's really just a pretty good pop record.
Robert Pollard - Not In My Airforce. A bit classic-GBV-by-numbers, but that means it's still a good listen.
Nina Hagen - Nunsexmonkrock. On one listen I have no idea whether I love this or hate it.