Fragile - Yes
In the Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson
Joe's Garage - Frank Zappa
A Tab In the Ocean - Nektar
Mirage - Camel
A Question of Balance - the Moody Blues
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway - Genesis
I, Robot - Alan Parsons Project
Fear of a Blank Planet - Porcupine Tree
Atomic Roooster - Atomic Rooster
In The Court Of The Crimson King is a landmark, but that's not their best album. I'd still definitely buy it, but I'd personally love to see Larks Tongues In Aspic, Red, or The Power To Believe before that one -- or a six-pack of their Eighties output.
Porcupine Tree is a no-brainer. I've been debating drawing up charts for it in Unsigned on my own, if I could tear myself away from actually playing Rock Band for any serious amount of time. Plus, sarcastic references to Xbox and MTV in the songs equal irony factor.
Yes, Genesis, and APP also got my vote.
It'll never happen, but in addition to the albums listed above I'd love to see the Afraid of Sunlight album by Marillion as a full album DLC...or at least the song 'King', which is one of my favorite Marillion songs below the 10 minute mark.
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I'd like Tales from Topographic Oceans by Yes, Thick as a Brick by Jethro Tull, and A Passion Play by Jethro Tull in addition to the ones I voted for on your list.