Yes, Pink Floyd, the first track on Dark side of the moon. It's a 20 hz tone, and if your subs are good (no mechanical noise) you won't hear it, only feel the tone. Pretty awesome, your eyes are blurry and you can't hear anything, plus it's a heartbeat tone so it's an awesome experience.
Also Pink Floyd/Wish You Were Here/Welcome to the Machine(I think thats the track). Serious constant bass tone intermodulated with a slamming door. My 10w5's used to rip my Cherokee apart on that bad boy.
Joe Walsh/The Confessor is a great album for mids and highs as well("15 years") and track 2 "I Broke My Leg" will test your sub-35 Hz(I'm guessin) potential.
There's a number of tracks on Phil Colins' Face Value album that can test your system's transient response. Track 3 "Beyond the Lines" is good, but track 6 "Hand in Hand" is a serious "Cap Buster".
I don't really listen to much pure "bass" music. Its more like noise than music to me that quickly gives me a migraine.