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It's an album that should be in everyone's collection and is a template against which to judge all other rock music.One of the greatest achievements in rock n roll, this remains my favourite Sabbath record. While the band are characterised as proto-heavy metal, there's so much more to them than that. Lovely acoustic moments, some Beatle-ish harmonies and also those legendary crunching riffs.
In the title track, A National Acrobat, Killing Yourself To Live and Spiral Architect, they made timelessly brilliant music that stands shoulder-to-shoulder with the greats.
Even now, Ozzy's heartfelt You bastards cry in Sabbath Bloody Sabbath moves the soul.
If you've got a first pressing it's worth £60.