Different Class - I don't think this is necessarily a cut above other Pulp albums (depending on the day I might prefer We Love Life or even It), but it's got a couple great songs and nothing too bad (though I think the opening twofer of "Mis-shapes" and "Pencil Skirt" is probably the weakest).
Mama's Gun - This has never grabbed me the way New Amerykah Part 1 has - I think it's maybe a little too smooth for its own good in that regard - but the grooves are good and Badu's in fine voice as always.
Plastic Ono Band - Maybe a little slight - everything on side 2 before "God" kind of feels like filler - but I love the sound of this, particularly the drumming. This, Mama's Gun, and Different Class are all pretty close in quality.
Psychocandy - I never really know how I feel about this, in part because I struggle to remember anything that's not "Just Like Honey". But that's a great song so I'll give it the benefit of the doubt here.
Fun House - I haven't heard this in a long time, but I think this is the spot for this.
Liquid Swords - playing this now, it's got a nice sound to it. I could imagine liking it more than Psychocandy or Fun House on repeat listens to all of them.
Appetite For Destruction - fine, I guess. I bought this as a teenager on the strength of "Sweet Child O' Mine", but that's by far the best song. The other two big hits are okay, but I've never been able to remember any of the other songs - and that's still true after I replayed it this morning.
You Forgot It In People - This is an awkward album - not quite atmospheric enough to work as post-rock, pretty lacking in hooks, rubbish drumming, weak singing.
Metal Box - Okay, I can't actually remember which PiL album(s) I've heard, but I hated it/them so much I'm going to put this at the bottom on principle.