Adele's mega-successful album 21 has become the eighth best-selling album of all time in the UK, knocking Bad by Michael Jackson to ninth place.
The weepy record, released just 13 months ago, has sold over four million copies - where Bad is sitting at 3.9 million, 25 years after its release.
She's still got a way to go to fill MJ's moonwalking boots, though - his legendary Thriller album sits at fifth place, with 4.2 million sales.
The highest-selling album in UK history is Queen's Greatest Hits, which has shifted 5.8 million copies to date.
Here's the official sales ranking:
1. Queen, Greatest Hits - 5,863,000 copies
2. The Beatles, Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - 5,044,000 copies
3. Abba, Gold: Greatest Hits - 4,989,000 copies
4. Oasis, What's The Story Morning Glory copies
5. Michael Jackson, Thriller - 4,248,000 copies
6. Dire Straits, Brothers In Arms - 4,152,000 copies
7. Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon - 4,114,000 (complete toss)
8. Adele, 21 - 4,020,000 copies
9. Michael Jackson, Bad - 3,959,000 copies
10. Queen, Greatest Hits II - 3,887,000 copies
Adele is in some seriously legendary company.