Same, for the most part. I remember being blown away by 'Koi No Yokan' by Deftones on the first listen, because I never expected them to better 'Diamond Eyes'. So probably that. Or, I have good memories of my first listen to 'The Resistance' by Muse where I decided to shut the curtains and immerse myself by, um, watching the iTunes visualiser. I'd like to recreate that again, even if the album itself doesn't hold up in the long run as the masterpiece I thought it was on the first listen.
Oh, and 'Ki' by Devin Townsend. First time I ever listened to him, blew my mind instantly.
Absolutely devastated. Jules was a talented guy destined for better drives, and he fell victim to a freakish set of circumstances. It's the first death since Ayrton in 1994 too (which is weird feeling personally since I started watching F1 the race after his death purely by happenstance). Formula 1 has come a long way in terms of safety, to the point where cars have mounted each other at high speeds and both drivers haven't even been bruised from it, but this goes to show the dangers involved. They've already put in measures to prevent that scenario happening again but sadly it normally takes an unforeseen incident to bring in preventative measures.