Honorable mentions that did not make my Top 40:
This long list emphasizes the absurdity of my efforts to put together a comprehensive Top 40.

>>Pills 'N' Thrills and Bellyaches -- Happy Mondays
Critically acclaimed in the british press and produced by trance guru Paul Oakenfield and Steve Osborne. Doesn't really fit under "electronic" though.
>>Connected -- Stereo MCs
The song "Connected" is their only well-known tune, a pity since the whole album offers funky songs that combine british attitude with hip-hop and dance in a unique fashion.
>>Fat Of The Land -- Prodigy
This represents the most important album in bringing electronic music to the masses. Were they single-handedly responsible for this explosion? (to some: commercialization, bastardization). You can't fault the album for being so damn good, but you can only wonder now what the future holds for popular electronic music and Keith Flint's attire.
>>Best Of... -- Hardfloor
Disc 1 features the acid classic Acperience and their best tracks from other albums. Disc 2 features a host of remixes, including New Order's "Blue Monday" and Depeche Mode's "It's No Good".
>>Protection -- Massive Attack
Their worthy follow-up to Blue Lines features Tracey Thorn on the track "Better Things" and the classic "Karmacoma". The bumber ball dub remix of "Karmacoma" on the album No Protection is probably the greatest fusion of dub and trip gop instrumental ever concocted.
Music For The Jilted Generation -- Prodigy
Blown Away -- Marden Hill
Black Street Technology -- A Guy Called Gerald
In Sides -- Orbital
What's That Noise? -- Coldcut
Chill Out -- The KLF
Meiso -- DJ Krush
Lazer-Guided Melodies -- Spiritualized
Vol. 1 Waveform Transmissions -- Jeff Mills
Sheet One -- Plastikman
Incunabula -- Autechre
Mysteries of Funk -- Grooverider
More Songs About Food and Revolutionary Art -- Carl Craig
Foxbase Alpha -- St. Etienne
No. 1 -- Skylab
Classics -- Joey Beltram
Electro-Soma -- B12
Rockers to Rockers -- Rockers Hi-Fi
Welcome To Tackletown -- Mekon
I -- AR Kane
Big Fun -- Inner City
Coloubox (s/t)
Form and Funkction -- Photek
Newbuild -- 808 State (good luck finding this 1988 issue)
Shoot The Boss -- Monkey Mafia
Sawtooth -- Jonny L
Transmissions -- Juno Reactor
Freefloater -- Higher Intelligence Agency
Emit Ecaps -- Spacetime Continuum
Quique -- Seefeel
No Sound Is Too Taboo -- United Future Organization
This Film's Crap, Let's Slash The Seats -- David Holmes
We Rock Hard -- Freestylers Experience -- Definition of Sound
Nine Deadly Venoms -- Depth Charge
Moon Safari -- Air
Prince Blimey -- Red Snapper
Parallel Universe -- 4 Hero
Clear -- Bomb The Bass
Armed Audio Warfare -- Meat Beat Manifesto
Dead Elvis -- Death In Vegas
Polysidstortion -- Gus Gus
New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular -- Hooverphonic
Insinct For Detection -- Lionrock
Dig Your Own Hole -- Chemical Brothers
Advanced Technology -- Empirion
World Clique -- Deee-lite The K&D Sessions -- Kruder and Dorfmeister
Surfing On Sine Waves -- Polygon Window
Analogue Bubblebath -- Afx
Psyence Fiction -- UNKLE
Drop -- Shamen
The Brand New Heavies (s/t)
Solid Pleasure -- Yello
456 -- The Grid
1999 -- Cassius
Sulphur -- Scanner
Iaora Tahiti -- Mouse on Mars
Systemisch -- Oval
Maim That TUne -- Fila Brailia
Salt Peter -- Ruby
Opera -- Tosca
Mental Floss For The Globe -- Urban Dance Squad
Let Them Eat Bingo -- Beats International