Part of the 'ten most influential'-thread-fad! Only, you don't have to have ten albums, it could be two or a hundred... just list the most influential albums (not singles) in your life (that you can think of right now) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band -It one of the first LPs I realised was an actual album, and enjoyed as such. Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds -the very first album I ever bought! (back in those days I bought it in the most fantastic new-fangled format available: the compact cassette!! (had to send away for the inlay-booklet as that was made for the (then) obsolete format of LPs) The White Album -which I actually bought as part of a box-set, together with the first mentioned of this list. Out of the Blue ELO -Probably the album I've listened to most often ever. Jazz Samba Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd -can't get through a summer without wanting to listen to it; it's just such a nice warm thing to have in your ears during the warm season. The Art of Fugue J. S. Bach what can I say? -I just love it! Nebraska Bruce Springsteen -the only one of his albums that I can actually stand listening to in its entirety, but I really love it.