Wild Is The Wind - I don't know this well enough to be sure that it shouldn't be above Animals. It's very good.
Deja Vu - I only especially like "Our House" and "Country Girl", but the other stuff is fine.
Pieces Of A Man - "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" is a justified classic. Nothing else hits as hard as that. The rest of it has a nice jazz sound but I wonder if it's a little too smooth for the writing. I like the jauntier songs on the first half, but it gets a little ponderous later. While he has a nice singing voicem I would enjoy more spoken word stuff and I wonder if some of his other albums that feature more of that would be better.
Either/Or - I've barely heard him before but, knowing a bit about his life, I expected this to be darker. It's nice actually, and I could see myself coming back to it. His singing is a little weak but I didn't mind it too much.
Tres Hombres - Fine, unmemorable to me.
LP! - I don't dislike this, but it doesn't really grab me - I think there's other producers doing this sort of sound better (e.g. Kaytranada) and I don't find his rapping very interesting.
The Ape of Naples - I played a track and a half - I could imagine being in the mood for this, but I'm not today.
The Bends - Playing a few tracks of this, maybe for the first time since high school. "Radiohead, but also Britpop" combines two things I dislike, but at least there's a little warmth to this that I miss on some of their later work. Unfortunately I still hate most of Yorke's vocals - otherwise, stuff like "Bones" isn't bad.
Bergtatt - this didn't do much for me. The smoothness of most of the vocals was at first a welcome surprise for me given some metal tendencies, but after a while I just found them bland and lifeless.