The most vivid recollection I have of spinning LPs back in the day was the annoying sound of SCP. And I took pretty good care of all my LPs. I even went so far as to spray a cleaner/anti-static fluid of some kind onto the LP surface and wiped it dry with a specially made brush/handle that came with the kit - maybe not every time but I complied with whatever frequency was recommended and it did help to reduce the SCP to an extent.
However, that said I do have a friend who just recently started testing the alleged virtues of the LP sound over CDs. And his CD playback signal path is of very high quality. He feels the DAC in the OPPO 105 although not bad, isn't the best out there. He uses an external DAC to play CDs with made by the UK company Rega - which he feels is superior to the DAC in the OPPO 105. That external Rega DAC he uses costs more than the OPPO 105 btw. In his opinion, he does feel that for the most part, a good number of LPs do sound slightly better than the CD versions, but it's not a definitive thing. A number of CDs still sound better to him, than the LP versions - particularly the SACD versions - if available. But in his opinion, it varies from LP to LP and CD to CD.
That said, he's prompted me to conduct a test of my own the next time I go to visit him. I was planning to buy something recently recorded/mixed/mastered, available in both LP and CD versions and play them back on his system with his turntable for the LP and his OPPO/external DAC combo for the CD version. Incidentally, he also owns the Nessie record cleaner.
I enjoy many kinds of music, pretty much everything except Country music and I even buy movie soundtracks. So I noticed Wonder Women - an excellent movie btw, would even use the word "epic" to describe it, has an excellent soundtrack as well. So I go over to Amazon and check out the LP and CD versions and I notice this user review in the comments section of the "Import" version of the LP.
I quote an Amazon user review, Jeremy Walls August 30th, 2017
: "Wonderful packaging with good looking discs. However, the record maker neglected to add "Snap, Crackle, and Pop" to record liner notes credit, which they should have because they accompany every track".
You can read it for yourself here
Guess I'm not the only one who hears it. And this is a brand new recording and LP pressing