Indestructible would have to be the most personal to me. I love all of the albums, and to me, they progressively get better with every one, but when my little brother first introduced me to that album, because I'd heard the Sickness and I'd heard bits of Believe and Ten Thousand Fists, but it just hit home. I had only a year previous gotten out of a very rough relationship. Deceiver and Parasite spoke to me there. In said relationship, I was mentally, and just once physically, abused, and Facade hit me between the eyes like a sledgehammer. Every time I was alone with my exes (yes, I said exes) I felt dirty for some reason, like I shouldn't have been there. Hello, Criminal! I'd been severely depressed and had on several occasions considered suicide. There were times I would just hold my daughter, who will be two on the second, and cry as she slept, saying that I was doing my best for her and that she was the only reason I didn't end it all. Inside the Fire and The Curse ended all that. I'd spent my life trying to live up to the expectations of others. Thank GOD for Divide, or I still would be.
That's why I'm hooked on Disturbed. Everything that comes out of David's mouth can be related to in some way by millions of people. he doesn't write about puppy love and stupid shit like that. He writes about topics that are close to him that he knows that their millions of fans can relate to because he knows that if he's going through it, or has gone through it, then so have the millions of people out there that have bought the albums or downloaded the music from the net.