I never actually listen to it any more and I can spend hours on how Davis made numerous other studio albums that are better, but it's still Kind of Blue. It's also jazz, so it doesn't belong being compared to the rock stuff.
Talking Heads-Remain in Light
In my all-time top 25 rock/pop albums, probably.
Ramones - st
This one might make it too, or at least come close.
Pink Floyd-The Dark Side of the Moon
It's Dark Side of the Moon.
My favorite Stevie Wonder album.
King Crimson-In the Court of the Crimson King
Hard to go lower than an A on this one, but this isn't my favorite era of KC.
Kendrick Lamar-To Pimp a Butterfly
Kendrick Lamar is so great that I rate this third in his discography.
Prince and the Revolution-Purple Rain
Not my favorite Prince album but top shelf nevertheless.
The Beatles-The Beatles (The White Album)
Some killer, but some filler
Liz Phair-Exile in Guyville
Never understood the reputation of this. MeToo? Solid, meandering, lack of great songs, but not much bad either. I waver between sort of admiring it and not giving a sh!t.