This Heat - Deceit (reminds me of some of the more abstract Krautrock like Faust. Very experimental, deranged music. Great stuff)
Metallica - ...And Justice For All, Black Album, Load, even some of a little St Anger - (Hardly listen to them anymore but it is nice to revisit an old favorite. All the 80s stuff holds up very well, Black album is a really good consistent album, Load isn't as bad as people think - RYM rated it 2.71? It's worth at least 3.00 I think - St Anger is hilarious. I still like the first 2 songs but the rest is horribly repetitive. Why they repeated the same thing over and over for 7 mins in every song is beyond me. Were they trying to be like Korn? It sounds more like them than Metallica)
Grateful Dead - Blues For Allah (very mellow, laid back, jazzy type of album - good smoking music)
The Byrds - Mr Tamborine Man, Fifth Dimension, Younger Than Yesterday, Notorious Byrd Brothers (Great stuff of course - I am curious to try out the post-Notorious Byrd Bros albums even though they don't seem nearly as good - Triad is a great song but whats with the cringy sex lyrics?)
Sebadoh - The Freed Man, III (some of the best homemade lo-fi pop ever I think.. After "III" i think they lost their appeal little by little over time. Lou is a great songwriter though)
David Crosby - If I Could Only Remember My Name (just listened in full once or twice.. It is really good, but still not something that I may come back to very much. I dunno. It's cool you can hear Joni Mitchell and Neil Young and others on here though)
Gentle Giant - Acquiring The Taste, Three Friends (I really love Acquiring The Taste. Just recently clicked with me hard. Three Friends isn't as good, but still not as inferior as much as people say it is either! Definitely going to be checking out the rest of their discography. God damn their songs, esp on A. THE TASTE have this really beautiful haunting quality at times. Took me too long to check them out.
of course ATT has one of the worst, most god awful album covers of such an amazing album.. I thought of making a thread about great albums with shit covers)
Bob Dylan - S/t Debut, Bringing It All Back Home, Blood On The Tracks and Empire Burlesque (debut is underrated imo - he already had an enthusiasm and an authenticity that he was very familiar with the songs he was covering. Why is it so underrated? Bringing It All.. and Blood are classic, though I don't like them as much as everyone else does. Empire B - "Dark Eyes" is a really beautiful song that is hidden away on such a crappy album)
Elvis Costello - Bootleg collection of Mccartney collaborations in the 80s. (One of my favorite things from Costello. "Veronica" is an amazing song, one of the best songs he's ever done. Demo version is way better though. Great to hear Mccartney on other greats like "So Like Candy" and "Playboy To A Man". Sadly "Tommies Coming Home" was abandoned after this)
Heard some Local H too. Haven't heard them since I was like 17 years old or something. Didn't AH love them? They have some good songs, despite the cliche Nirvana influence on every band of their ilk.
Other things I didn't listen to enough yet
Trenchtown Mix Up (Thanks Sam. You rec'd this.. it sounds great so far)
Fuzzy Duck (some obscure psych rock album from 1971)
Art Bears - Winter Songs (creepy!)
Dean Weens 2nd solo album