That's a great point, I completely forgot about the title track. Excellent track that one is. Man Kills Mankind isn't bad either. There's a good chance that this album suffers from the "Ironbound" effect. Basically, a thrash 'comeback' album is released, it's an absolute hit, and the subsequent release is held to such a high standard that it can't help but be somewhat of a letdown. Granted that obviously is contingent upon the person's opinion of both, but nevertheless.
"We praise an act of charity, yet shrug at an act of achievement."