I'm from a time when you bought an LP, and listened to it, in order, first to last track, and were immersed in a full story. Where tracks were placed was important. Which tracks came before others. Which followed others. Which songs ended with a hard stop, and which songs faded into the next one.
And while listening to the album, you pored over every tiny detail of the cover art, the back with the credits, and (if you were lucky) inserts with lyrics and other information!
So almost every album I purchased is set in a time and place in my mind. Listening to a new record was an experience... like seeing your first Star Wars movie.
But there are some that are more memorable than others. A short list...
Kruder & Dorfmeister, The K&D Sessions.
Motorhead No Sleep Til Hammersmith
Black Sabbath Master of Reality
Simon and Garfunkel Sounds of Silence
Ministry The Mind is a Terrible thing to Taste
Billie Eilish When we all fall asleep, where do we go?
Macy Gray On How Life Is
Each of these albums, if I hear even one track, I need to go back to the first song, first side, and listen to the whole thing through. (Except Billie Eilish. I just listen to her entire catalog, end to end. No album to 'consume and analyze' there.)