For me it's a toss up between their first and last. Their first album was very moody and introduced what the Doors were all about. I liked it most when Jim actually sung instead of moaned and screamed. LA Women to me was a great album, and I'm glad their last was such a good piece to remember them by. Of course, it has my two of my three favorite Doors songs, LA Women and Riders on the Storm. (my 3rd probaly being The End, my 4th is probaly Light My Fire and 5th is probaly Roadhouse Blues) I just decided to put up their official releases and decided not to put up their box set, live albums, Other Voices, American Prayer ect.