To Bring You My Love. I have trouble telling any of Harvey's albums apart before White Chalk, but I think they're all pretty good.
Odessey and Oracle. I think this is overrated by '60s pop fans but it's still got a few great songs on it (the opener and closer, plus "Butcher's Tale").
Kiko. I think this is the one Los Lobos album I kind of like.
Every Picture Tells A Story. This is pretty repetitive from what I remember, but "Mandolin Wind" and "Maggie May" are both good.
Moving Pictures - Growing up on classic rock radio I basically know the first side, which I enjoy, particularly "Tom Sawyer". Dunno if I've ever played the whole thing.
Urban Hymns - my sister used to have this. I remember it being fine - "Sonnet" is a nice enough tune - but I don't think I'd ever want to listen to it again besides "Bitter Sweet Symphony" which still holds up to me.
I suspect the Tyner and Mos Def albums would slot in somewhere between Odessey and Urban Hymns, and Faith No More would be at the bottom (I don't think I've liked any of their radio/MTV hits, their Sparks collabs, or what Mr. Bungle I've heard).