I actually went to Goodwill the other day and considered getting the Clash's s/t (US orob) and London Calling but ultimately passed. They had a lot of great '90s alternative, too, but I ultimately bought only two CDs, which I'll list with my own spins. Maybe I should go back there for those Clash discs.
I haven't listened to Disraeli Gears in forever. I should. I'm obviously not as immediately familiar with the tracks as I could be but thinking about it *both* sides are front-loaded; "Tales of Brave Ulysses" was maybe my favorite on the album at one point before I got tired of it, and "SWLABR" is similarly one of the best. (At least I think "Ulysses" kicks off the second side.)
You couldn't pay me to listen to all that Doobage.
I've been going through the Stones myself. I'd poke fun at you for describing tracks we've all heard a million times but I do it, too. Not familiar with the British albums and EPs. I know it's not their song but I've never understood "apiece" -- is it a real English word or is it a corruption of "apace"?
I've drifted away from early Roxy Music and my favorite of theirs is now Siren followed by Avalon (followed by the debut followed by maybe Manifesto). Never liked For Your Pleasure much and I used to love Stranded but it's all so hammish. Bryan Ferry seriously gets in the way of *my* pleasure -- but regardless his Bride Stripped Bare solo disc is as good as any Roxy disc.