Flying Saucer Attack - Chorus. Kinda shoegazy/Slinty. If I had more need for that style I would like this.
John Cale - Helen of Troy. Feel like this gets a bad rap but it's fun - got a sleaziness that doesn't come through as much on his other solo albums.
Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine - 101 Damnations. As bad as the band name would suggest.
Joni Mitchell - Archives Vol. 1. This is one of the few boxsets I've heard that I'd consider essential for fans. The earliest stuff is interesting, and the later stuff on there presents arguably superior versions of some of the songs on her first couple studio albums, in that they feel fresher and more spontaneous. Plus it's kind of fun hearing her occasionally quite funny stand-up comedy bits in the stage patter (which is thankfully broken off onto separate tracks if you quite reasonably get tired of it).
Jefferson Airplane - s/t. Their reunion album. Not terrible, though not very exciting. The opening track is decent.
Love - Forever Changes alternate mix. I can't hear any obvious differences in the mix, besides maybe some slightly different track endings, but it felt a little punchier at least which was nice. Also, I don't know if it was the mix, but for the first time I noticed some specific similarities between this album and the Jefferson Airplane songs written and sung by Grace Slick. All those Phrygian-esque embellishments.
Ralph McTell - Not Till Tomorrow. Nice on one listen.
Yes - Fragile, Close to the Edge. I think my take on relistening to these two is that Rick Wakeman was not a good fit for this band. I think these would probably be better if the keyboard were dropped entirely. But maybe I wasn't paying close enough attention and it's good when it's not super-noticeable.
Pulp - We Love Life
Charly Bliss - Guppy
Underworld - Beaucoup Fish
Paul Kantner - Blows Against the Empire
Jenny Lewis - Acid Tongue
Camera Obscura - Let's Get Out of This Country
Glasser - Ring
Perfume Genius - Set My Heart on Fire Immediately