This one gets lost in the shuffle of the two superior albums bookending it, but it's still quite fine in its own right, IMO.
Van Halen, A Different Kind Of Truth:
Stereolab, Cobra And Phases Group Play Voltage In The Milky Night:
Hate the title, almost never return to the music. Not because I think it's bad or anything, but that there are so many other Stereolab albums that highlight the band's virtues that this one feels most like a chore.
Pink Floyd, More:
An album I can't get excited about. A couple of good songs, sure, but this was such a bad period for the band, creatively. I've got a couple of 1970 boots that give me all I need from the post-Saucer, pre-Meddle era of Floyd.