Todd Rundgren - Nearly Human. Not good.
Todd Rundgren - Second Wind. Better! I guess since this was recorded live (I think? You only hear crowd noise once or twice), it doesn't sound like shit the way Nearly Human and some of those Utopia albums do.
Utopia - their last few albums. At least these sounding like shit sort of works with the arena rock aesthetic. None are terrible but I wouldn't really revisit any of these save maybe a song or two off of each.
Scott Walker - And Who Shall Go The Ball? And What Shall Go To The Ball? The title is the best thing about this.
Renaissance - Novella. For whatever reason I'd assumed this was a dropoff in quality, but I think it's quite good on one listen - probably better than Prologue or Turn Of The Cards.
Renaissance - Scheherezade. Hadn't heard this in a while, but the title track holds up I think and "Trip to the Fair" is still excellent.
Jessie Ware - What's Your Pleasure? Nocturnal discoey soul-pop on the better songs, the rest of it kind of drifted by.
Roxy Music - s/t. Very inconsistent but there's lots of cool moments.
Richard Thompson/Danny Thompson - Industry. This is even better than I remembered it - I think it's one of RT's best albums.
The Bangles - All Over The Place. I think they were really a singles band.
Del Shannon - Home And Away. I think I like this more than any of the Rolling Stones albums it basically sounds like.
Miriam - Nobody's Baby. Covers of some semi-obscure '60s songs, including one from the above album. Pleasant enough but rather pointless.
Loose Ends - A Little Spice. Good grooves, but got a little samey for me.
Liz Phair - s/t. This album has grown on me - it's not as quirky as her earlier stuff but the melodies are still interesting.