The rest qualify for old time's sake: The Who essentially for Tommy and Quadrophenia which I loved at the time, though I'm not a big fan generally; Tom Waits for the early stuff, particularly Swordfishtrombones; likewise Wings - an unfashionable choice I'm sure - for Red Rose Speedway and Band on the Run which as a 12 year old were firm favourites (actually I played the latter recently and it's still good).
And the rest of the rest...
Scott Walker, who should in theory be Top 10 but I've never given him the proper attention he no doubt deserves. Barry White, the 'walrus of love', for those lush sexy, late night orchestral odes to lurrrv. Weather Report, for one or two albums (probably more, if I could really get into jazz-rock). Steve Winwood for bits and pieces, and Stevie Wonder, if only for Superstition. And what the hell, Rick Wakeman for Six Wives and the preposterous but affecting Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
Magma spin-offs Weidorje, Klaus Schulze spin-off Richard Wahnfried, Blancmange spin-offs, West India Company... Norwegian synth guy Erik Wollo plus quite a few more recent electronica artists like Windy & Carl, Wagon Christ, The Wood for the Trees, Warm Digits, Klaus Wiese, Bill Wells... Some darker, more difficult stuff like Whitehouse (in very small doses), Chris Watson (preferably on a very good hi-fi), Wicked Messenger, and the pioneering if now-somewhat-dated White Noise.
Who else? Ummm, Loudon Wainright III, Muddy Waters, Wishbone Ash (sometimes, just sometimes, those guitars hit the spot), Colin Walcott, and Whale. Done?