The first 2 Traffic albums are the only ones I care about. The 2nd is a considerable step down from the debut (which is among my favorite albums) and pretty different in style but still pretty solid.
"Every Boy" is ok but not one of the better Moodies albums. Have trouble even remembering the songs aside from the first couple and "My Song" (and that one isn't exactly memorable for good reasons). Pricilla Harum's debut on the other hand is one of the best albums by on e of my favorite groups. Stewart kills "Truth" for me, even if he *is* at his most tolerable. Also, I don't really like blues rock very much.
Of the films you listed, I own "Aliens", "The Exorcist", "T2: Judgment Day", "28 Days Later", "Annie Hall", "The Sting"
and "The Princess Bride" and consider them all personal favorites. I like the original "Alien" but find it a bit slow compared to the action packed sequel and this is even truer when it comes to the Terminator films (love the sequel but never been able to get into the original).
Speaking of slow, so is "Badlands" but Sheen and Spacek and Malick's cinematography make it work. 'Waterfront" probably deserves its rep but I need to rewatch it. "Living Dead" and "Bodysnatchers" are groundbreaking classics even if I prefer "Dawn of the Dead" and the 70's "Bodysnatchers". "The Searchers" is just not my cuppa tea at all.