Ranked in no particular order, but if its on the list, its worth a try.
Low voltage electrolytic
Elna Silmic -Smooth, fast, deep tight tuneful bass.
Nichicon UHE - The most neutral cap on this list, tight, but a little light on bass, not tuneful or colured in any way. Dead neutral. Not grainy.
Nichicon FW - Slight grain, slight haze, but a tuneful and warmish sounding cap suited to analog circuits.
Nichicon Gold Tune - As above but better in all areas.
Elna Cerafine - fast and detailed, but a little light on bass, highs sound a bit too prominent for my liking.
Panasonic FCA- Acceptable, but grainy midrange and highs. Wooly slow bass. Perhaps for use in restoring older power amps, but not recommended for low voltage line level devices.
Panasonic ECA - Gives nice bass extension, has an overall warm sound. Quite grainy. Soft highs. Distinctive sounding cap which sounds very different to everything else.
Nicicon Muse KZ - Very tight bass, has good sub bass punch, gives a tightness and enclosed sound which is not good for giving the perception of "extension" or width to the soundstage. The 50V version sounds much better than the 25V version.
Digital local decoupling
Sanyo OSCON SEPC - Speed, detail, accurate, neutral, great bass great highs. Perfect digital cap. 10/10
NCC PSC - Same as above but slower and just not as good.
Oscon SP - on par with the above, perhaps even a little slower.
High(er) voltage electrolytic ( reservoir caps )
(almost) Any screw-in capacitor from Philips or NCC -Warm, punchy clear, smooth
Nichicon FW - Above average, has some warmth and some punch.
Nichicon Gold tune - Better than the above, but tighter faster sound
Panasonic TS-UP or TS-HA - Neutral with great punchy bass. Smooth and clear.