Sung Tongs I now eagerly look forward to relistening to every year--brings up eerie youth memories even though I didn't hear it until a decade after it came out. Contrast that with SJ and MPP which I've kind of burnt out completely on.
Can after 1973 is something I haven't bothered to get to yet. Should probably get on that someday.
I revisited Automatic For The People for a 20th anniversary this year before school started, because it was one of the last albums I picked up before heading to college in 2001..."Drive," "Try Not To Breathe," "The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite," "Monty Got A Raw Deal" and "Man On The Moon" are the classics.
If I had known about "I'm Not In Love" before hearing "Star Me Kitten" I would have liked that one better at the time, I didn't realize that was what they were doing with those vocal tape loops.
That being said, "Everybody Hurts" is just pretty good and I still don't get the big deal about "Ignoreland" or "Find The River"--not crappy songs, just ones I don't much get the BIG appeal of. Usually the latter is thought of as a huge highlight.
That leaves the big stinkaroo, "Nightswimming," a song I like less and less every time I hear it. I'm sorry, but I'm hearing a lamely oversensitive prom ballad in that piano line (Mills? Buck? Who's playing the damn thing? Why did the band only include full per-song instrumental credits for the liner notes of Out Of Time and New Adventures In Hi-Fi?)