Black Sabbath's self-titled 1970 debut has topped a poll of the best British rock albums, as voted for by Kerrang! readers.
Paranoid makes an appearance too, at number five. Front man Ozzy Osbourne occupies two berths in the top ten with solo records.
High-ranking records also included Iron Maiden's brace of Number Of The Beast and Iron Maiden; Led Zeppelin's fourth album; The Sex Pistol's Never Mind The Bollocks...; London Calling by The Clash; Queen's Sheer Heart Attack; The Holy Bible by the Manic Street Preachers; and Muse's recent effort, Absolution.
Kerrang! bod Ashley Bird remarked: "It's amazing to see so many incredible homegrown albums in one list, and without any of the abysmal fashion bands that currently clog up the music scene."
Ozzy mumbled: "Back then [when they recorded 'Black Sabbath] you'd hear: 'If you go to San Francisco, be sure to wear a flower in your hair'. We lived in Aston, Birmingham. The only flowers I ever saw were on a gravestone in our local cemetery."
DiS says: "Rock on, rock-pickers..."