In my humble opinion, these two albums are way underrated:
They never get the respect they deserve:
Two fantastic albums way ahead of their time!
I've never heard those complete albums. Weren't those UK release only? They never really hit the US with a few track exceptions that were on some Best Of compilations. Blondie lost me after Autoamerican but Eat to the Beat and Parallel Lines have a ton of good cuts. "Rip Her to Shreds " one of my favorite Blondie tracks and "In the Flesh" most enjoyable from the first Blondie album.
No, they were both released in the U.S., but Blondie didn't really become famous until "Parallel Lines." I recommend you seek them out, because I think some of Blondie's best work is on the first two albums.