That's a thread for you if you like: crappy albums with one good track on that you can't bear to part with!
Good idea, Adam, and good to have you back. However I fervently disagree with Berlin being included in this category. And what's with all the think-of-the-children hand wringing - I'm sure they'd forgotten about it all by the next day! As already stated, Caroline Says II, in the way Reed juxtaposes a beautiful gentle melody and arrangement with the harshest of subject matters, is beautiful. The whole album is a cross between a car crash and a symphony - compelling yet somehow compulsive, with an overall majestic sweep rare in Reed's work. But I'm someone who even liked Sally Can't Dance so I'm not really the right person to judge.
Being the contentious fellow that I am, I'll start this thread by disagreeing with someone's choice before they've even posted it! I remember Charlie saying the only decent track on Momo Wandel Soumah's Afro Swing was Toko. Nothing could be further from the truth. The album is a thing of beauty from beginning to end from the moment momo stops growling for a moment and picks up his sax to deliver the sublime solo (a contender for best sax sol if we ever do that topic) on the opening track onwards. Yes, it borders on chaotic at times, but what a delightful chaos!
As for actually nominating an album in this category, I'm stuck at the moment. I usually find that the rule is: the majority of albums have three good tracks.