I was listening to LP's on a crappy "console" stereo system with tin can speakers back in the 1960's and "Quadrophonic" through the 1970's. I loved (and still do) the cool album art such as you get with Jethro Tull "Thick As A Brick", Rolling Stones "Sticky Fingers", double fold albums like The Who "Quadrophenia" and more. You just can't get big art and readable lyrics like you can with a 12" disk.
I just don't see the advantage in actual sound reproduction. I now have no scratches, clicks or pops (that weren't intentionally put there), better channel separation, higher dynamic range, lower signal to noise ratio and complete control over track selection. I still prefer to listen to an entire album at length, though there are times I like to just put together a playlist. This is SO much easier and faster than making a "mix tape", and editing, copying, saving is so simple!
The sound quality of digital (to me) is not cold nor sterile, at all.
KEF R500, R200C, R100, SVS SB2000 sub, NAD T758 receiver, Pro-Ject RPM1 TT w/ Ortofon 2M Red, Bluesound Vault2, Sony BDP-S480 BlueRay player, Samsung UN55JU6500F 4K LED TV, KEF M500 headphones, Sony CDP-CE500 CD changer.