I wore the cassette version of this album out and replaced it with the CD so I could play it over and over again. I can’t imagine how any reviewer on this page that actually loves thrash metal could give this anything less than a four. I personally can’t give it anything less than a five. This is one of the more perfect thrash metal albums from the hey-day of thrash metal in the late 80s, and I still listen to it to this day.Sears? Dude, what are you thinking? That’s their sound on this albume, and it really worked for it, too. Kept from overpowering everything else going on the mix. Man, those vocals. If only their later albums (while occasionally cool) had the operatic power of “No Place for Disgrace.” At least they tried new things.