Surrealistic Pillow - not quite my favorite of theirs, but most of the tracks are good, as is the general vibe. "White Rabbit" is great but "Today" and "D.C.B.A. 25" are my stealth faves on it.
The Velvet Rope - it's overindulgent in length (as well as with all the "interludes", though those are mostly short), but when I'm in the mood for it, I don't mind the extended time. I haven't spent enough time with her other albums to know if this is the best, but it's definitely the one I most often want to listen to.
The Clash (UK) - maybe it's because I've always owned the US version, but when I listen to this I'm always slightly disappointed. The songs that were dropped for the US version are all mediocre (and were replaced by much better ones), plus some of the sequencing is weird ("Cheat" shouldn't be after "Career Opportunities" since it's in the same key and sounds kind of the same). But it's still good.
Sound Of Silver - I don't break this out often, largely because I tend to listen them more on a song-by-song basis. But it's good. I probably should listen to it more than I do, but I don't really like the title track and that's what I think of when I consider putting it on.
Selected Ambient Works 85-92 - getting into territory where I'm less familiar, but this is enjoyable (I like it more than his more abrasive or weirder stuff that I've heard) and I could imagine it rewarding further listens.
Catch A Fire - I get bored about ten minutes into most reggae albums, and this is no exception, but it's nice enough. It probably helps that it doesn't contain any of their most well-known songs, most of which I'm sick of (and associate with white kids at my affluent high school)
The Seer - I didn't really mind this as background music, and parts were cool, though I did find myself having a headache about about 75 minutes in that may or may not have been related.
Bone Machine - I'm not much of a Waits fan, but this is at least interesting.
Honky Chateau - I'm not much of an Elton fan, and this is not interesting.
Zenyatta Mondatta - this band annoys the shit out of me. There's a lot of candidates for "worst singer from a major rock band" but Sting has a strong case. Although I don't know anyone who could make crap like "Canary in a Coal Mine" sound good (Juliana Hatfield covered it and it still sounds bad). OK, "De Do Do Do" is pretty good. I bought this album on vinyl in college based on George's review, what a waste of $4.