Yes - various. I've now listened to all of their discography through Relayer and the first minute of Going For The One convinced me that that's a good place to stop. Anyway, I've convinced myself on my suspicion that they were occasionally a really good band, even if none of the albums are really enjoyable all the way through. On the other hand,
Jon Anderson - Olias of Sunhillow. This is really good! Why do people (read: all you Babblers) not talk about this album more? Or maybe they do, and I've just always ignored them because it's got possibly the most off-putting album title ever. It's basically the good bits of Yes without any of the ugly shit they threw in often enough, or the unnecessary psuedoclassical guitar or keyboard things. Should I be listening to his other solo albums?
Marshall Munhumumwe and Four Brothers - Greatest Hits 1994 to 1996. A Zimbabwean band I don't know much about (e.g. I cannot say if the title is accurate in its suggestion that these guys were hugely popular). It seems lazy to equate trebly guitar with Africanness but this is a good album for that sort of sound, even if all the songs are really really long.
Miley Cyrus - Bangerz. Better than I remember it. Has more personality than the more recent stuff I've heard from her.
Durutti Column - Another Setting. I like this - very atmospheric but not too dull.
Bob Dylan - various from the Bootleg Series. Basically all of them with stuff from 1966 or earlier. Really highlights what a great live performer he was then, whether with a receptive crowd (like you get on Volume 6 (Philharmonic Hall)) or a reactive one (Volume 4 (the "Royal Albert Hall" show that's actually from Manchester)). The studio stuff is mostly unnecessary, though Vol. 1-3 has some good stuff and The Cutting Edge is interesting as a sort of hangout album.
Pere Ubu - Terminal Tower, The Modern Dance. Considering how much I love their first two singles, "30 Seconds Over Tokyo" and "Final Solution", it's amazing how little I like literally everything else I've heard by them.
PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love, Is This Desire. I like White Chalk and Let England Shake a lot, but whenever I go back to her earlier stuff I tend to find it all fairly forgettable, even though I don't mind it on. I'd be damned if I could pick these apart from Damned or Rid Of Me in a lineup, which I'm sure means I'm not actually paying attention, but that says something too.
Kate Nash - various albums. One day I might decide whether I like her or hate her. Her struggle to bridge riot grrlish punk and twee-as-hell confessional singer songwriter is kind of fascinating, occasionally in a trainwreck kind of way. Maybe she's just best in very small doses.
Ed Dowie - The Uncle Sold. Kind of a forgettable Robert Wyatt type. "Why Do You Live In France" is a good song.
The Flirtations - Sounds Like The Flirtations. More consistent than I expected - if you like "Nothing But A Heartache", this is a good listen.
Republica - Republica. Pretty good, from the genre I think of as "music to play over the startup screen in sports video games". I.e. good dancey music that has guitars so the adolescent dickhead boys won't think it's gay.
Ramones - Ramones. I don't know if this is actually a great album or "Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World" is just a great closer.
Richard Hell - Destiny Street (Complete). On one listen to the actual album, I'm not sure this really warrants a deluxe repackaging. But it's not bad, as a companion piece to the very good Blank Generation.
George Harrison - s/t.
Trees - On the Shore.
Carly Rae Jepsen - all of her albums.
The Like - Release Me.
Broadcast - The Noise Made By People.
Empress Of - I'm Your Empress Of.
The Soundcarriers - Harmonium.
St. Vincent - Strange Mercy.