I wonder if the modern trend toward over-toppy and sibilant masterings is because engineers don’t have to play by the constraints of vinyl now. Related, I’m sure I’ve mentioned it before but Joe South’s excellent, and un-reissued Midnight Rainbows has a cover of Leon Russell’s SSStranger In A SSSStrange Land on it and a certain RL has just gone too hot and “such a sight to see” breaks up like nobody’s business on every copy I’ve had, including a Monarch test press and a sealed stock copy from the Lowery Publishing vault. It wasn’t popular enough to get a recut and while the Australian copy is a unique cut, it sounds like the ubiquitous Blanket-3000 processor has been used in the chain. So until Island decide it’s reissue worthy, we’re stuck with it. I must take the Island LPs with me next time I go to my mate’s place who has an eye-watering system and see if it tracks any better there.