Been listening to a lot of hits recently so here's a bit of what I've been spinning with the year of the particular pressing I have in parenthesis. You can look all these up and get the particulars from discogs.com.
Car Seat Headrest - Teens of Denial (2016) and Twin Fantasy (2018). Modern Rock/Pop with a bit of an alt edge to it, enjoyable listens that I like more each time I hear them. Vocals are at times kind of mushy but that's just how the guy sings, lyrics can be pretty funny at times. Sound quality is decent for modern pressings.
Prince - Dirty Mind (2011). 30 minutes of absolute awesomeness, he wrote, arranged, performed, and produced the entire album! If you don't already own it just go buy the current reissue as finding an original used will be difficult. Sound quality is great, the music jumps out of the speakers and the separation of everything in the mix makes listening very engaging.
Elton John - Honky Chateau (2017). This has replaced Madman Across the Water as my favorite Elton album. Not a bad track on it, my personal favorites are Susie, Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters, Amy, and of course Rocket Man. Instrument separation is excellent throughout making tracks like Rocket Man even more spacey and ethereal, the synth in the middle of that song is fantastic!
Queen - A Night At The Opera (1975 US original). Found a nice copy recently so I jumped on it! The hits (You're My Best Friend, Bohemian Rhapsody) are great but the rest of the tracks are better than album filler. This is a strong, enjoyable album from start to finish. Death on Two Legs simply rocks, 39 is a space/time travel song and was of course written/sung by Brian May, and Prophet's Song is great (my favorite on the album). It has really clear vocals and is on par with other pressings of the time, at least ones I have heard, not audiophile quality though.
Traffic - Heaven Is In Your Mind (2009 mono reissue). I'm new to Traffic even though I've always been a fan of Steve Winwood's solo career (most of it). I've only listened to it twice but the standouts for me right now are Heaven Is In Your Mind and Dear Mr. Fantasy. I didn't realize these guys did the original Smiling Phases as I've only been familiar with the Blood, Sweat, and Tears version (which I still prefer). This prompted me to get John Barleycorn Must Die and The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys, excited to give those a listen. This mono mix has lots of depth and sounds fantastic!
Jeff Buckley - Grace (2014 45rpm version). Hallelujah is what introduces folks to this album but it doesn't keep them listening to it, in my opinion anyway. Grace, Mojo Pin, Last Goodbye, Eternal Life, and my favorite Lover You Should've Come Over are all wonderful. I had the 2010 Legacy version which was a 4/5 on sonics...this version adds air to the recording which adds a lot of presence/weight to the instruments and vocals.....amazing listen!