Blood On The Tracks is good, not great. I thought it was big because it was a "classic" Dylan album after he had fooled around for a few years doing his own thing.
Some of mine:
Genesis - Foxtrot
Yes - Close To The Edge (I like both of these though I'm flummoxed by their reputation. They both have about one side's worth of terrific material -- for CTTE this is the entire second side; "And You And I" is one of the best songs they ever did IMO)
Rush - Moving Pictures (kind of the same, and the trend I didn't note of the legendary first tracks being overrated is even clearer here. "Tom Sawyer" is my least-favorite classic Rush track and the album ends flatly. Still a career highlight)
Minutemen - Double Nickels On The Dime (ADDADDADDADDAADDADDADDADDADD!)
Husker Du - Zen Arcade (too long and too harsh-sounding for its length. Come to think of it I owe this one another listen)
The Who - Who's Next (just an above-average hard rock album. I've never been a Who fan, though, and I've never gotten why Johh Mc amd George Starostin consider them a top-tier artist)