The Church, Remote Luxury, Persia and Sing-Songs EPs: The first two are from 1984, the last one is from 1982. If you like Seance and Heyday and wanted more of that neo-psych/jangle vibe there's a lot more of it here!
Jethro Tull, Songs From The Wood
Prince, Dirty Mind (Note: Steven Hyden's Twilight of The Gods book, about classic rock, reminds me that Rolling Stone once listed this as one of the 20 greatest albums of all time, around 1987 or so).
The Flaming Lips, 7 Skies H3
Ween, White Pepper
David Bowie, Station To Station, Young Americans, Let's Dance, Scary Monsters ("Win" is a great song. I'm never a fan of the idea that albums recorded while the artist/band was coked out of his/their mind are more interesting than those which are not, so I've always been lukewarm about STS, which is generally REVERED these days....go check the freakin' Amazon comments!)
Scott Walker, The Drift (had completely forgotten about that freaky moment when he turns into Donald Duck! Also forgotten that he kind of repeats a fair deal of Tilt on this album, so I'm glad I didn't bother to purchase it)
Pink Floyd, Atom Heart Mother (you know, the title track really IS just a f***ing bore. Thank God for "If")
That "Stand Out" song from A Goofy Movie
Joe Jackson - "Steppin' Out"
Fleetwood Mac - "Hypnotized"
Foster The People - "Pumped Up Kicks"
A bunch of garbage from the American Pie soundtrack because that dumb frat boy mallpunk sound so popular back then is quaint to me now