Paranoid is the second studio album by the English rock band Black Sabbath. Released in September 1970, it was the band's only LP to top the UK Albums Chart until the release of 13 in 2013. Paranoid contains several of the band's signature songs, including "Iron Man", "War Pigs" and the title track, which was the band's only Top 20 hit, reaching number 4 in the UK charts. It is often cited as an influential album in the development of heavy metal music.
Black Sabbath - Paranoid (1970).
There are many famous album covers, but we’ve put together what we believe are the 100 greatest album covers. Now we bet most of you will have, at some time or another, bought an album because of the cover. In 1961, when Mick Jagger met Keith Richards on Dartford railway station, Keith was carry-ing Chuck Berry’s One Dozen Berry. nd see what that spawned. Basically any Genesis cover could’ve made it here. Sabbath’s Paranoid and Rage Against the Machine’s self title could’ve easily made the list. And what about Neutral Milk Hotel’s In the Aeroplane Over the Sea? Pretty iconic.
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On September 18, 1970, Black Sabbath upped the ante of their self-titled debut with the album Paranoid, a landmark metal masterpiece. Here's how it happened. On Friday the 13th of February, 1970, Black Sabbath invented the musical genre known as heavy metal from the opening notes of the song Black Sabbath, the first track on their debut LP, also known as Black Sabbath. That devil’s tri-tone and the seven unprecedented (and since unsurpassed) slabs of monumental molten rock that followed it roared up into human consciousness and brought all Hell along in its wake. Heavy metal was born, screaming. From there, any and all dark, deranged, and even evil musical extremes were possible.