Well, I would go with a band which reminds me mostly of my childhood (like 10-12) - Pink Floyd.
We had several MC tapes at home and when I was tired of listening to the local radio, I played some of them. Among a group of interesting tapes there was the one - Dark Side of the Moon. The album cover itself was my favourite since I was into science before I even got any physics class. The variety of sounds probably started my habit to analyze what each instrument was used for. I remember that I mostly enjoyed "Money" and "Time" but it actually took me about 10 years to fully appreciate the album as a whole.
Around the same time we got The Wall. Though I didn't understand any of the lyrics, somehow I was able to realize that they have something important to say.
In general I'm thankful that the first bands I've ever listened to were Pink Floyd, King Crimson etc.
Talk about other artists here (even though they all rip off Meshuggah)
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