Of Queues and Cures, by National Health (1978): Holy cow, I've been doing this for five years and this has never been AotD? That's hard to believe, given that it's one of my favorite albums of all time. This is the sophomore effort from the Canterbury group, formed out of the ashes of a couple of different earlier groups. It's a late-era classic (along with the first UK album), the exception to the rule that prog was being killed off by the punk uprising. OK, so they band never had any appreciable commercial success, but they produced and LP for the ages. A classic.