Spirit of Eden - I love this and Laughing Stock pretty evenly, even if I still feel like I haven't totally digested it. Could be above Hounds of Love depending on the day.
Super Fly - I played this for the first time today and enjoyed it a lot even if I wasn't paying close attention.
Bridge Over Troubled Water - I didn't remember the arrangements/production on this being so odd. Anyway, there's several very good songs (particularly "The Only Living Boy In New York"), there's some rubbish like "Cecilia", some stuff I don't really care about one way or another.
Somethin' Else - I'm pretty meh on the bottom portion of this list. Playing this one now and it's pleasant enough.
In The Nightside Eclipse - Not my kind of thing, but I found it somewhat interesting.
Things Fall Apart - the grooves are good but none of the rapping on the first several tracks left any impression on me. Made me want to listen to Tribe Called Quest.
Small Change - my tolerance for Waits is somewhat limited, and gave out halfway through the second track, "Step Right Up". He's a capable songwriter but his shtick puts me off.
Demon Days - I can appreciate the lo-fi, low-key grooves on this, but there's not much else to it. The couple times rappers came in gave it a burst of energy it could sorely have used elsewhere.
Jesus of Cool - this guy annoys me - I don't know if it's because I associate him with Elvis Constello and am being unfair, or if he just annoys me for the same reasons. The only particularly memorable moment in the first half is "So It Goes", largely because it rips off "Reelin' in the Years" and makes me want to listen to Thin Lizzy, who I don't even like that much. Most of the other songs are ploddy.