Abbey Road - not among my favorite Beatles, though I can't really point to why. I guess I only love a couple of the songs ("Something", "You Never Give Me Your Money", "Sun King", plus maybe "Octopus' Garden" depending on my mood) and the suite, fun as it is, is made up of components that are not that strong on their own. But I can't really make any good arguments against it. And I do have a soft spot for it as it's single-handedly the album that got me into popular music at all.
Talking Book - I think this is the first time I've played this. I haven't ever been totally grabbed by the other albums of his I've heard, but I like this, in part because it seems more consistent, even if I don't really ever need to hear "Superstition" again - it ends up being one of the weaker tracks on here I think.
Blonde On Blonde - I've never really liked the band arrangements on this - some of the songs were done better in live acoustic settings ("Fourth Time Around", "Visions of Johanna") and some could have used a little more teeth ("Absolutely Sweet Marie"). Still pretty good but could have been better.
Nevermind - maybe a bit too processed to have the oomph it could have had, but all of the singles are good and the rest is fine.
Bitches Brew - don't really know where to put this one, it could take just about any spot on this list. It's a cool-sounding album that I'd never sit down and actually try to listen to actively.
Ziggy Stardust - have never gotten into this one, and have a weird sticking point when it comes to Bowie generally. There are some good songs on this but I never want to listen to it as a whole.
Led Zeppelin IV - I don't really like the opening twofer at all, but after that it's fine (well, apart from "Four Sticks"). "When the Levee Breaks" is too long but I think "Stairway" justifies its length.
The College Dropout - This starts pretty strong - I like "We Don't Care" a lot - but gradually gets weaker, with shit like "The New Workout Plan" stinking the place out. I do generally like the production/sampling style, and West's voice is appealing.
OK Computer - I put this on for the first time in probably two decades out of a sense of openmindedness, but "Paranoid Android" just ended and I'm already tired of it. The best part of that one sounds like the Pretty Things' "In The Square", and "Subterranean Homesick Alien" sounds a ton like Nick Drake's "Parasite". I actually don't dislike Yorke's voice as much as I remember, maybe the fuller rock sound of this exposes it less than their later more electronic stuff. OK, nevermind, I'm on "Exit Music" now and there's the depressed whine I expected. God gave you a diaphragm for a reason Thom! "Let Down" is terribly produced. OK, after half of "Karma Police" I'm done here.