>The Clash — London Calling
What you said. I dislike "Death Or Glory" through "Four Horsemen" as well and it drags down the album a half star for me...too many freakin' anthems and 50s homages!!! It's basically a punk classic rock album and that's probably why it's been such catnip for rock critics at the time. Granted, I really like it anyway.
>Cream — Disraeli Gears
"World Of Pain" is my favorite as well.
>The Doobie Brothers — The Doobie Brothers
Like "Listen To The Music" way more than I used to. "What A Fool Believes" is annoying. "Black Water" is okay faux-Southernism. I don't know about the Doobies besides those three hits.
"South City Midnight Lady" what is that, some sort of attempt to come up with the most 70s song title possible?
>Roxy Music — For Your Pleasure
As great as the first four songs are on their debut, this album has four songs just as strong, and of the remaining four, nothing is as lame as "The Bob". And "Beauty Queen" is pretty underrated, imo; it's some prime Ferry balladeering, and the slide guitar solo backed by chugging organ synths is very Who-esque; in fact, I'm pretty sure the latter instrument is the same brand of organ Pete uses >for the synth pattern on "Won't Get Fooled Again".
"In Every Dream Home A Heartache" and "Bogus Man" appealed to me a lot!
>Roxy Music — Stranded
I didn't get into this one much out of their first five...I don't know why. It seems to have the best reputation, but I preferred the debut.