Siouxsie And The Banshees, Join Hands - The frequently-trashed followup to their mostly-liked debut album. I haven't heard it, though.
Asia, Alpha - Okay, I only like two or three songs, tops, off the Asia album, but the reviews for this one seem to be downright *nasty*, as far as I remember.
Metallica, Load/Reload - These are actually just overlong and mediocre than painful but I'll probably never revisit the full albums. Then again, I don't revisit their flash-point hit The Black Album much anymore either.
A personal choice of mine: Signals by Rush. I only like "Subdivisions," "New World Man" and "Losing It." On a really, REALLY good day, "The Weapon" can go in there. Not the rest.
Personal choice #2: Depeche Mode's Music For The Masses. Sandwiched in 1987 between their two greatest albums is this best-selling piece of crap which opens with its three strongest songs (which still pale before the best songs on those other two albums) and then promptly goes to complete and utter horsepie. The last track on the album, I forget the name, is this stupid dance groove with like four keyboard notes going on forever and ever.