The Times They Are A'changing by Bob Dylan. Hard to explain the affect this had on me. It seemed to convey some of my most deeply held views in an other-worldly, earth-shattering poetic way. It was the first time I realised what the artist as a genuis is truly capable of. It didn't really conform to anything, genre wise, other than his own pure feeling, thought, and personal history. I was into Oasis and other indy bands at the time, and it just made them seem so lightweight. The album is now being studied by English literature proffesors in unis across the world. Will still be in a 1000 years time, if you ask me. And it isn't even the BEST Dylan album. Cheers, Greenfish.