I'm not making this up -- that's my favorite, too!
I would place the original Burberry's for Men alongside Musc Ravageur as a Holy Grail (right up there with New York, JHL, Bois de Portugal and the other pretenders to the throne) were it not for the fact that it's damn near impossible to find. Although other truly great frags (e.g., Kouros etc.) came out that year, 1981 should be remembered for Burberry's (the original, that is) if nothing else. And, oh, Cacharel!
But again, a truly top-drawer year for fragrance intros all 'round -- kinda the beginning of the "Big Eighties scents" that I love so much -- animalic, loud, spicy, complex, robust -- not at all like the hordes of namby pamby, melon-y, watery, flaccid clones and drones that are so in vogue with Joe Q. American these days.