Well, I don't have ANY of those albums you listed, Rammie!
My top ten non-Beatles/solo albums? Hmm . . .
In no particular order:
Sting - The Soul Cages. Well, maybe this is no1 . . . very atmospheric, magnificent, moving music, excellent lyrics.
Roger Taylor - Happiness. Similarly introspective music, my favourite kind.
Electric Light Orchestra - Out Of The Blue. Great stuff - Wild West Hero is a very Lennon-esque type escapist song . . .
ABBA - The Album, The Visitors.
Queen - Innuendo. Sheer class.
Simon & Garfunkel - Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme. Lots of lovely songs on there, "The Dangling Conversation" is so effective . . .
Bryan Adams - Reckless, Into The Fire. Two amazing albums if ever I heard them! Get them!
Styx - The Grand Illusion. More quality stuff, still . . . esp "Come Sail Away".
Foreigner - Foreigner. Lots of variety, Lou Gramm is an excellent vocalist, Mick Jones an even better writer, this has everything.
Agnetha Faltskog - I Stand Alone. If you like good pop music, you'll love this album. It took a while to grow on me, but it's amazing. Perhaps a little hard to find, though.
OK, that's twelve albums, but it's ten different artists, and I had to mention the two each for Bryan Adams and ABBA. I can't split them . . .