Pretty good list - they generally have at least one choice cut or something that makes it worth visiting (or at least including in a homemade compilation). Ones I know best: Band of Gypsys – Jimi Hendrix: "Machine Gun" is a classic. "Message of Love" is worth saving too. Black and Blue – The Rolling Stones: actually a good album. Not great, but it's pretty solid compared to its two studio predecessors, several tracks that are truly excellent on their own, and as a whole it sets up Some Girls pretty nicely. Cut the Crap – The Clash: "This Is England" is often cited as the last great Clash record - the one keeper. Earthling – David Bowie: "Little Wonder" is fine and "I'm Afraid of Americans" is excellent - even better in the "V2" remix done by Trent Reznor Empire Burlesque – Bob Dylan: "Dark Eyes" is beautiful. The Final Cut – Pink Floyd: I like "Not Now John," excellent angry Floyd rocker. Hard Nose the Highway – Van Morrison: "Warm Love" is excellent, but the excellent (maybe even great) LP this could have been was left mostly in the vault - most likely the best of those outtakes were released on Philosopher's Stone. Hot Space – Queen: "Under Pressure" is probably my favorite Queen track ever. In Through the Out Door – Led Zeppelin: "In The Evening," "Fool in the Rain," "All My Love" are excellent - it might've turned off a lot of longtime fans, but this wasn't a bad album. Maybe uneven but it opened new doors (pun not intended) that could have led to a different but fruitful path for the band.