>>7631118> I guess most of us who love that album have similar experiences with it
Exactly, it just doesn't have the same feel or meaning without it. Just shows how much music feels different depending on how, why or when you experience certain tracks or albums. Endtroducing is the perfect example of an album that almost needs those past experiences to provoke the same feel.
Burial's Untrue is another favorite of mine too, mostly for the same reasons.