It's strange for me, how I go in and out of Death phases. Sometimes I legitimately love Death and their stuff is all I'll listen to. Other times I'll turn on one of their albums and it'll strike me as just meh.
My favorites are Leprosy and Human. Scream Bloody Gore is great, but for some reason I can't listen to the whole thing in one sitting--I think it has to do with the production and how "woofy" it is. Spiritual Healing is interesting to me mostly for Paul Masvidal's lead guitar work. The last three, I'm still to this day on the fence about, especially their last one The Sound of Perseverance. Individual Thought Patterns and Symbolic are both fairly interesting, although they are definitely the two albums that I remember the least from. Their last album, The Sound of Perseverance, really does have some excellent moments, and in ways it's a lot like Scream Bloody Gore in that, as much as I love it, it's so dense that it's hard for me to listen to in one sitting. On one hand, "Scavenger of Human Sorrow" and "Flesh and the Power It Holds" are two of my favorite Death tracks, and the riffing on this album is, in general, pretty cool but, on the other hand...when I'm in the mood for death metal, this is not the album I'll listen to. When I'm in a techy/progressive mood, I'll reach for this one before I reach for Necrophagist, but...again, I'm very conflicted about that album. A lot of that also has to do with Control Denied, because TSOP has a very Control Denied-esque sound.
Oh well. I do love Death, but I can't listen to them all the time. I've got to admit that, these days, I'm more interested in Asphyx and Dismemberment, but every once in a while I'll turn on Leprosy or Human and I'll love it just the same.