A lot of B-52s, as discussed elsewhere.
I've been reading Simon Reynolds' book about post-punk, so have been listening to some of those albums, e.g.
Public Image Ltd. - First Issue. This is possibly the worst album I've ever listened to in full - certainly the worst critically acclaimed one. Lydon's a terrible singer and the instrumentalists sound like they have no idea what they're doing. I think "Annalisa" or maybe "Public Image" were listenable, and one actually had a hook - and that's the best I can say. Should I bother to listen to Metal Box?
The Contortions - Buy. A good sound, but it gets really repetitive after a while - kind of wish there were some changes of pace here.
Tuxedomoon - Half-Mute. Sounds cool, with a couple tracks that really work ("What Use" and "Volo Vivace"), but probably not something I'll come back to.
Eno/Byrne - My Life in the Bush of Ghosts. Another album that's good in small doses but a bit of a chore to go straight through. Would provide good fodder for mixtapes.
Les Paul/Mary Ford - some compilation. A lot of fun - the guitar playing is unsurprisingly very good but the multi-tracked vocals are also really well done, and Ford has a great voice. Sometimes they sound years ahead of their time.
Amon Duul II - Vive La Trance. I like this - generally sounds good and the songs all have enough points of interest that it doesn't get overly generic.
Mary Hopkin - Earth Song/Ocean Song. She's mostly notable for being signed to Apple Records, but this is a good album - very cheesy some time, but pretty and interesting folky orchestral pop.
Tori Amos - Under the Pink. An artist I always want to like but never do.
Jane Siberry - The Walking. Terrific - the descriptions of Tori Amos from people who love her sound kind of like this in my head.
Jenny Hval - Viscera. This gets better every time I listen to it - manages to be listenable and pretty while also being deeply strange and unsettling.
The Dream Academy - Remembrance Days. Another pretty cheesy album, but there's some nice stuff on it that means I'll probably give it at least one more listen before dismissing.
Zimpel/Ziolek. This is a contemporary ambient-folk-jazz collaboration between two Polish (I think) dudes I know nothing about. It's good! The mix of styles works well - I'm guessing I wouldn't want to listen to either person on their own but this album is nice.