Diamond Life - there's three pretty chillout albums here that are of similar quality, but I'll give this one the edge since it's very consistent.
Millions Now Living - I think I listened to TNT once in high school and didn't like it, and have since assumed this band is not for me, but this is pretty good. If you'd told me it was Neu, I'd have probably believed you. Or at least Neu with a guest vibraphonist.
The Man-Machine - Kraftwerk are always a little hit-and-miss for me, or more accurately hit-and-passable. "Neon Lights" is lovely but I'm not as into the rest of it - I probably prefer Autobahn, Trans-Europe Express, Computer Love.
Rum, Sodomy & The Lash - I could probably use another listen on this - it's okay and there is some diversity to it, but I think every individual song is a little repetitive.
69 Love Songs - it's obviously hit-and-miss and even single discs of this are kind of a chore to get through, but I still appreciate the expanse of it. There's plenty of really good songs on it, like "Reno Dakota" (the pseudonym of a one-time Babbler, if I'm not mistaken) and "Busby Berkeley Dreams". If I was a lyrics guy I'd like this more. I should probably go through and whittle it down to 17 Or So Love Songs for future enjoyment.
Green River - makes a compelling case that CCR are a singles band. Ending with a terrible cover of a bad song is certainly a choice. I think Cosmo's Factory is better, or at least "Ramble Tamble" is the one non-hit of theirs that I like a lot.
Moanin' - this made little impression on me.
Van Halen - I like "Running With The Devil", but the subsequent one-two punch of "Eruption", a nothing of a song, and an uninspired Kinks cover shows how few ideas these guys had at this point.
The Blueprint - there's something about the tone of Jay-Z's voice I find grating - my tolerance for him is about the length of his guest verse on Mariah Carey's "Heartbreaker". The first song on this was okay but putting the endless "Takeover" next killed any of my interest (sorry, adults who get invested in rap beefs). "H.O.V.A" has nice backing vocals.