Some great responses and some missing responses....
It has proved to be an almost impossible task, which some have alluded to.
But IF I HAD THREE, then I'd go with
1. Inner Crail to Outer Space
I love this album. If you have it, bask in it, If you don't get a copy through FNC wherever possible. It's title comes from the most magnificent closing track from Rain Weekend but as an album it contains some of the most aching beautiful tracks. Including my first ever KC favourite, Friday Night In New York.
2. Bound of the Red Deer
Yes, Deegers, enough with the effusing on this one. Heard it, seen the posts, etc. This is my new epitome, immaculate and the documentation of a master at the peak of his trade. Its no wonder what follow did but my goodness, I don't have enough superlatives for this one. I think this would be my one, and it pains me dearly to say so but from the hymnal Billows roll through the old skool when I was a thief, to the acerbic (in my mind) version? of the burns unit Since We've to the pop simplicity of the wonderful super moon, it is complete. If you don'y own it pm me and i will by you a copy.
3. Sea Glass
Greatest Hits Vol. 1. Bought this in the original avalanche, so I did. As corrie notes above, it is a perfect album. it is the album by which I have so many memories, so many friendships and so many collected tunes. At the last moment I chose this over FNC 30, an album for me which has always been called the swan and the skylark rather than demos. If you love KC Rules Ok, you need this one. Anyhow, what a hippocrite eh!
I am pained at having to drop so many but now then if you had to pick one single track? what would it be.