Well to be honest I rarely bought new vinyl after I found a CD player that I liked. In theory if it is a digital recording then it should not sound better on vinyl but there are those that argue that is not the case.Do you think when guys like Sting and Dire Straits, (and a bunch of classical) came out with DDD in the late 80s and early 90s they are equal to LP sound or better/inferior? But only based on your system of course. You have good gear so, as always, mileage may vary.
My 26 year old lad, however, whilst brought up on digital and then streaming buys all the music he likes on Vinyl and argues to me it sounds better than the digital. He uses streaming services to find what he likes then buys it on LP.
My record collection kind of came to a halt in the mid to late 80s so most of my record collection is AAD. I thought that I would get the cds and then sell on the bulky record collection only to find that all the replacement cds of old vinyl invariably sounded worse - so the vinyl remains.
I do have Amused to Death on vinyl and cd so will try and get round to do a comparison sometime to see the results. My lad bought me the album and it must have had a foreign object in the sleeve as the second time I played it there was a scratch on one side .. my fault I guess as I was lazy as I usually stick a new album on the Okki Nokki and then use a new sleeve.
I have to say though that I do love my Decca and there is a magic on well recorded LPs that I have yet heard any DDD and CD player produce .. I did do a CD of favourite tracks recording the LPs onto CDR on the HB Burnit Pro and found that the burnt CD of AAD LPs sounded far better than the bought CD and only a whisker away from the LP.