The Moody Blues-Days of Future Passed - I like the hits a lot but haven't really spent time with this whole album much, even though I should get into Moody Blues more
Violent Femmes-Violent Femmes - I love the idea of this (acoustic punk rock) and I have heard it not too long ago but not the whole thing. Its a great folk/punk rock type album it seems like but can't say I remember anything in particular except "Blister In The Sun". Another one I want to get into more. Vocals MAY possibly get annoying after awhile, same with sexually frustrated lyrics. But the whine and the subject matter is not unusual to punk rock so you gotta expect it.
Sufjan Stevens-Illinois - Praised to the heavens since it came out, and it sounds really nice from what I remember but I don't really remember a damn thing else about it otherwise. On my to-listen list.
Pearl Jam-Ten - I appreciate it to a certain extent. Kind of annoying and way overplayed nowadays but some of the deep cuts are great. I love "Oceans" and "Release". "Porch", "Once" and "Why Go" still hold up really nicely.
Joni Mitchell-Court and Spark - I really liked a few songs on this (mostly "Help Me" and "Free Man In Paris") but thats all I know really. After "Blue" things get hazy and I need to hear more.
Eric Dolphy-Out to Lunch! - This one is a classic and a pretty innovative album but can't say I remember it all that much otherwise.
These others I am not familiar with at all:
Bruce Springsteen-Darkness on the Edge of Town
Amy Winehouse-Back to Black (Rehab is cool though)
Ministry-The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste (interested in Industrial though and tried to check out a few bands of that genre several years ago)