Velvet Underground (their best album for me, which is odd because I like John Cale's solo stuff a lot more than Lou Reed's. But there's a few very good songs, no bad ones, and the cool change of pace of "The Murder Mystery")
Bryter Layter (the easy listening vibe is hit-and-miss on this, but when it works, it's gorgeous)
Black Sea (I never like them as much as I want to, or maybe it's just that a full album is usually too much of them for me, but this has a lot of good songs on it)
Chuck Berry Is On Top (okay, I haven't heard this, but I've heard The Great Twenty-Eight which has a decent amount of overlap. There's a reason Berry's a legend and he's always listenable, but I don't know if I ever feel the need to hear an album of his again)
Treasure (I get why some people love this, it's just never grabbed me the same way. I recall preferring Heaven Or Las Vegas)
Merriweather Post Pavilion (I've hated everything I've heard by this band, even though on paper they probably should be up my alley)
I haven't heard the Aerosmith and I'm not sure whether I've heard the Tool but I'd imagine they'd be down at the bottom based on what I have heard by those bands. Although I'm surprised I don't know any of the songs on Rocks considering how many classic rock staples they have. Also haven't heard the James or Outkast.