Here Comes Warm Jets sounds nothing like Eno's other works and is most certainly glam, very Roxy-ish.
Speaking of which, nothing Todd Rundgren did sounds very much like A Wizard, A True Star. Kind of borderline glam but he did have green hair. Elton John dressed glam but otherwise, nope, his actual music was rarely glam except for "Saturday Night". (and I think it's safe to completely skip the Bay City Rollers)
Alex Harvey belongs in there somewhere but I'm not really a fan, so I can't tell you which Sensational album to pick.
Japan and Ultravox were essentially glam bands that came out a little too late for the time period, so save them for your New Romantic phase. You already did Cheap Trick for Power Pop, right?
Oh, and I'd switch out Propaganda for the Sparks' 1971 debut, which is much better musically and for historical purposes.