The Stones are my favorite band, so of course I love Let It Bleed, but I do prefer Exile and Sticky Fingers. And yes, it isn't quite as effective after hearing the opener and closer about 38923 times each in popular culture, but, objectively, they're still among the very best rock songs ever made.
Quadrophenia used to be a favorite of mine, as it is generally a really great album for sophomores in high school, and while I think it's a bit ridiculous these days, I still think it's pretty fantastic. I mean, songs like "Sea and Sand," "Cut My Hair," "The Real Me," "Doctor Jimmy," "5:15" -- Overblown? Hell yes. But so damn well-written-and-arranged!
Everybody Knows isn't my favorite Neil Young record, but it would probably make my top five or so. I honestly love "Runnin' Dry" and the title track, and "The Losing End" is a pleasant-enough country shuffle. "Round and Round" flat-out sucks, but the tracks I mentioned are enjoyable, and the three big classics are, of course, brilliant.
MBDTF is a little overrated too, but it manages to give me emotional goosebumps at certain moments (the guitar solo in "Devil in a New Dress", "Lost in the World" as a whole, the echoing "LOOK ATCHA" sample in "Runaway", the harsh, rattling part in "Blame Game" where Kanye's unleashed psyche yells back and forth at himself under those vocal effects) in ways that very, very few hip-hop records do. You sorta have to buy into the emotional plight of Kanye, as cringey as that sounds, but it's honestly a pretty remarkable album that can pack a decent punch once you let it grow on you.
As far as the Kennedys go, I am only familiar with "Holiday in Cambodia", which is one of my favorite punk songs. Need to hear the rest of the album, for sure.