I really had to look hard to find a few, and that's pretty sad. I'm not talking about re-masters like the Beatles or Miles Davis, I mean albums where their first run was in the last 10 years.
What I did find:
a-ha - "Foot of the Mountain" (2009). A bit compressed, but the levels are least lower than a normal CD.
Five for Fighting - "America Town" (2000).
The Divine Comedy - "Victory For The Comic Muse" (2006). Levels are a bit high, but at least it doesn't seem to clip. Dynamics seem to be intact, as well.
Bon Iver - "For Emma, Forever Ago" (2007). Yes, this is almost cheating, given the source material. But, even comparable low-fi music is usually mastered much higher than this album.
Neil Diamond - "12 Songs" (2005). Again, it's acoustic pop. But, the levels are still much lower than you expect out of an album mastered in 2005.
The Ditty Bops - "Self Titled" (2004). The levels are high, but the dynamics seem to be intact, at least.
I also avoided any classical works, as I think those are still (relatively immune) to the loudness wars, given their niche status.