The Rentals - Return of the Rentals. Haven't really spun it in a while, but it holds up pretty well.
The Rentals - Seven More Minutes. An attempt at branching out, which features a lot of guest vocalists, which results in it sounding more like a compilation of different bands rather than specifically sounding like the Rentals. Most of the songs are good, though.
The Rentals - Songs About Time - A series of EPs. Some of the tracks are basically demos for the much improved versions that would appear on Lost in Alphaville, and when there are electronics used they sound really cheap, but overall it's not bad.
Jawbreaker - Dear You; 24 Hour Revenge Therapy; Bivouac; Unfun. I think I appreciate these guys a bit more than I did back when I first started listening to them. None of their albums are on par with the first Jets to Brazil album, though.
Jets to Brazil - Orange Rhyming Dictionary. Still really good. Probably was the first indie-rock album I heard and still one of my favorites.
clipping. - Midcity/Clipping. Checked them out after they were mentioned below. They seem okay, but I'm not really sure how much I like them overall yet. Some of their songs are a bit noisy and industrial and get compared to folks like Death Grips (who are more chaotic and noisy) and Dälek (who are more atmospheric) but others feel a lot more conventional, so I'm not sure how much their albums really gel together on first couple listens.
Dälek - Absence
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless.