Zen Arcade. I used to like this less than New Day Rising but I think this has grown on me and the latter has declined slightly. Anyway, I don't love everything on here but the overall flow is still very good.
Highway 61 Revisited. At best my third favorite of his albums, since most of the first side (beside "Like a Rolling Stone") isn't great and the title track annoys me. But the good stuff is very good.
London Calling. I don't think this is anywhere near as good as the US version of the debut, but it's still got a bunch of pretty good songs on it.
The Wall. It's a mess and a lot of it is weak, but I still have a certain affection for it, though I almost never listen to it in full (I have a mix of the best stuff from this, The Final Cut, and a bit of Waters solo and post-Waters Floyd that does for me fine).
The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. I never really got into this, though there's at least a couple good tracks.
The Doors. I have to be in the right mood for them, but this still has some appeal, particularly "Soul Kitchen".
Thick As A Brick. I like the first ten minutes or so, but every time I put this on there's a point at which I realize I've stopped enjoying it.
Daydream Nation. I like the first six minutes and 57 seconds.
Sticky Fingers. I like "Wild Horses"