Music Has The Right To Children. I don't listen to this often but it's cool.
All Things Must Pass. It's hard to decide how much to knock this for the pointless third disc - I don't know whether it should be thought of as an integral part of the album or as basically bonus tracks. Without it, the album is good, though probably still too long, and the production doesn't work on some of the songs. But the best six or ten songs on this are very good.
Jolene. I listened to this years ago and don't remember much besides the title track (fine, probably overrated) and "I Will Always Love You" (terrific). I've come to appreciate some of her other stuff recently so I probably ought to revisit.
"Heroes". Bowie's Eno stuff has never done much for me, although the title track is good.
Painkiller. I liked British Steel when I listened to that for this project, but the cover art and the first few minutes of this make me think it'd be more obnoxious.
Rain Dogs. I don't have the tolerance for this, even though there's probably some good tracks.
Voodoo. I've tried to get into this and failed.
Source Tags & Codes. Not my thing.
Lonerism. Nothing I've heard by them has grabbed me, and I don't think I like the singer.