Prove me wrong
Nope. Rain Dogs is his only album where there isn't a single song that doesn't contribute in a meaningful way and/or isn't written well.
And I say that as a devout Waits fan that doesn't think he's ever released a bad album.
Crossroads, Watch Her Disappear, Small Change
I actually find the last third of Rain Dogs to be a little weaker than the rest of the album. Swordfishtrombones, Franks Wild Years, Rain Dogs, Bone Machine and Alice all are entirely made up of good songs, to me.