Lumberjack is on there too, a collaboration with Kris Menace, and it's fucking ace.
@Onyx2 Tron Legacy Reconfigured is outstanding. The Pretty Lights remix of Solar Sailor and M83's version of End Of Line are my favourites.
Electronic music, christ where do I begin? I could have thread upon thread for all the different kinds of electronic music I'd recommend. Let's go for some albums first. I'll avoid the more obvious ones (Daft Punk, Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, Justice etc) because A) you should damn well already listen to them and B) others have probably already recommended them. Here goes:
Chilled Electronic music
Air- Moon Safari. A classic. Unmistakably French and cool as fuck. Stand out tracks: All I Need, Kelly Watch The Stars, Sexy Boy
M83- Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. Beautiful atmospheric electronic music which incorporates it's fair share of strings too. Stand out tracks: Midnight City (obvs), Wait, Echoes Of Mine.
SynthWave and Retro style electronic music/pop
Kavinsky- Outrun. What a fucking album. Nightcall (which features the awesome vocals of CSS' Lovefoxxx) thrust Kavinsky to the forefront of the scene after being used for the brilliant intro to the movie Drive, but the rest of the album is just as good. Stand out tracks: Nightcall, Suburbia, Blizzard.
Chromeo- Fancy Footwork. Any of their stuff is worth a listen but this album is their best for me, Clive. Really got me into synthpop 12 years or so ago. Stand out tracks: Bonafide Loving, Fancy Footwork, Tenderoni. Needy Girl, from their previous album, might be their best track.
Electric Youth- Innerworld. Utterly beautiful synthwave and another group put on the map by their association with the movie Drive. As a 'thank you' to the movie for their success, they clearly pay homage to the film in the track The Best Thing. Stand out tracks: The Best Thing, Runaway, A Real Hero.
Crystal Method- Vegas. One of my favourite 90s albums, includes tracks you've heard in so many places over the years- usually in Hollywood movies that want to use something with a techno-ey sound (or FIFA 98). Stand out tracks: Busy Child, Keep Hope Alive, Trip Like I Do.
Leftfield- Leftism. One of the greats of the 90s. Pioneers of the ambient and techno hybrid sound that would influence others for years to come. Their next album, Rhythm & Stealth, is also ace- especially Afrika Shox. Stand out tracks: Open Up, Original, Melt.
Hidden Gems/lesser known albums
Digitalism- Idealism. Part of the 'nu-rave' movement in the mid to late 2000s and one of the four main contenders as the 'new Daft Punk' at the time (along with Justice, MSTRKRFT and Simian Mobile Disco). This album has an alternative edge to it and has some post-punk influences. Stand out tracks: Pogo, Zdarlight, Digitalism In Cairo.
Eric Prydz presents Pryda. Forgetting about Call On Me, Eric Prydz is the GREATEST electronic music producer of the past 15 years. He's incapable of making a bad track and is much more talented than his Swedish House Mafia counterparts. This album is a triple album I think- first disc was new material, second disc was earlier stuff and third disc was stuff in between. All killer, no filler. Stand out tracks: Waves, Mirage, Pjanoo.
LEF- Ferry Corsten. A trance legend in his own right, like many trance producers in the mid 2000s Ferry decided to go a bit more electro and tech-ey. The result was this cracking album, which also has a couple of tracks more on his familiar trance style. Stand out tracks: LEF, Galaxia, Junk (which is essentially a remix of his trance anthem Punk).
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TRACKS
Alter Ego- Rocker
Kris Menace & Lifelike- Discopolis
Kris Menace- Waiting For You (Oliver remix)
Trevor Something- Fade Away
MSTRKRFT- Work On You
NINA- Beyond Memory
Busy P- Genie
DJ Mehdi- Signatune
Rival Consoles- Recovery
Hyper- Spoiler (from Cyberpunk trailer)
La Roux- In For The Kill (Skream's let's get ravey remix)
CSS- Let's Make Love and Listen To Death From Above
Aphex Twin- Windowlicker
I've stuck with stuff that doesn't easily fit into a massively well known and defined genre, so haven't even gone into Trance, House, DnB, Dubstep and whatnot. I haven't mentioned any Italo disco, new romantic/new wave, electro hip hop or any other pre-90s stuff either. I'll stop now because I could spend the next few days posting recommendations. I've spent the past 26 years of my life being obsessed with electronic music of all forms.