Pinch & Shackleton > Pinch & Sherwood imo. But I didn't include Pinch & Shackleton because it felt a bit like cheating.
And yes @burning_sphere, Underwater Dancehall is a good shout (although the vocals on some tunes didn't add nearly as much to justify including them - Qawwali being the obvious example). Plus I don't think it rewards repeated listens at all; it's not as concise as the examples mentioned before.
Jarvik Mindstate was decent, too @footloose, but again, not nearly as timeless as Burial's or Zomby's efforts imo. And I wouldn't consider New Epoch a particularly good album (similarly to RIIS etc., it feels more like a collection of tunes than anything else); Mad Raver's Dance Floor was much better.
@KingGwarn: Ishan Sound hasn't released an album yet. Comparing Volume 1 and How What Time to the stuff I posted earlier feels a bit weird to me, since I don't think either of those two albums added anything of importance to electronic music as a whole. When it comes to newer albums, Groove Booty 1-3 were better, or even the first Author LP - although they won't go down in history as something special either.