My top 3 Stones songs are "Gimme Shelter", "Paint It Black" and "Wild Horses". Not sure how I'd rank the rest but "Sway" is definitely a highlight of "Sticky Fingers" but I've never been a huge fan of "Rocks Off" and didn't even remember how "100 Years Ago" went (listening now and yeah, it's pretty good especially for that album but not top 5).
I've maybe only listened to "Goat's Head Soup" all the way through once. Had a friend in high school who was into it and would play certain tracks (mainly "Heartbreaker") when we'd smoke weed but I've never owned the album. I basically like it but for me it marks the beginning of the "Stones by numbers" phase which has made up the remainder of their career (though I do own and enjoy the "Some Girls" album and comps with songs from later albums). Might have to download GHS though, just to familiarize myself with it (after all, I do own that "Satanic Majesty" bullshit).
I've also never heard any of the pre-"Aftermath" albums and don't really have a desire to because I have most key tracks (probably almost *all* the tracks, actually) on comps like "The Singles Collection", "Big Hits", "Forty Licks" and "The Early Stereo Recordings". But yeah, I'd rather listen to the original electric blues artists than any British Invasion covers (the British Invasion guys were almost always better doing their own material).
I think "Ya-Ya's" (the expanded version with the full show) isn't too far behind "Leeds". One of the best live albums of all time. Mick Taylor at his best (he steals the show IMO)
I rank the albums I've heard like this:
Let It Bleed
Exile On Main Street
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out
The Marquee Club 1971
Between The Buttons
Goat's Head Soup