There's a Riot Goin' On. For some reason I never really bothered to listen to them, but I've enjoyed their first two albums recently so I'm going to assume they're all good.
Kimono My House. Listening through their discography has made it clear I don't totally love them, and this is heavy on Mael's falsetto, which I'm not hugely into. But it's still got a bunch of great songs.
Van Lear Rose. I tend to be skeptical of comeback albums from older stars who hook up with somebody hip (Jack White in this case). I also tend to be skeptical of White generally. But listening to the first couple tracks, Lynn's voice is still great and the arrangements work.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. The hits are all decent. Probably too long.
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme. The title track is decent and "Homeward Bound" is nice, but I don't remember anything else of this besides "For Emily" which I don't like.
Murmur. I love "Radio Free Europe" but I've never found anything else on this noteworthy or enjoyable.
Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy). I've disliked most solo Eno I've heard, even though it's been decades since I last played this.
Late Registration. I'm very hit-and-miss on him generally - all I remember of this is "Gold Digger", which I don't like much.
Rising. I played two tracks of this and didn't like them.