I guess most of us has got one or several albums that changed our perspective on music, made us fall in love with a type/genre of music we'd never appreciated before and so on and so forth. Are you able to pick just one album that's the most significant you've ever listened to, for whatever reason? If I had to pick just one it would be Turn Loose the Swans by My Dying Bride. I wasn't really into metal at the time (mid nineties), and certainly not "extreme metal" - but somehow I sensed that I was READY. So I went out and bought TLTS, pretty much just picked it at the record store by chance cuz the cover looked interesting. And it changed my life. It was so dark and beautiful and downright scary depressing that I could never listen to it in its entirety, I had to pause to get a hold of myself. And now I listen to "depressing" shit, funeral doom and the likes, all the time. Thanks, My Dying Bride! TL/DR: What's your most important album? What's the album that changed the way you listen to music?