Must be entertaining if you have a buzz.
Do you have a good tracking tonearm/ cart? Just curious.
I am using an Audio-Technica AT-LP120 table (so it has an s-shaped tonearm similar to the Technics SL1200 series) with an AT95E cart that is beginning to wear down, so I am thinking of replacing it with the MicroLine version of the new VM95 series (which is supposed to combat inner groove distortion...something I could just not tolerate with the elliptical 95E).
With a smidgen over two grams tracking weight, the 95E holds on to the grooves of this off-center pressing just fine, with piano sections sounding maybe just a little "whiny;" the biggest issue occurred when we were using our original AT95E cart that came in the box with our table, and after awhile of wearing down, the Miles record caused the arm to skate across the last track of the second side right to the label. This has caused a permanent burn in the grooves, which you can hear as the stylus passes over that section now; it has not happened with this replacement 95E (which is beginning to wear, as well).
Interestingly, I just received a 180 gram reissue of a classic hip hop album I love, LL Cool J's Bigger and Deffer,
and this thing was warped so badly out of the package that I can't even get the tonearm/stylus to lock onto the lead in grooves. The tonearm moves like a roller coaster as the record plays. This is the first "new" vinyl I have to return for a replacement, but I don't know if this was because the record was sitting in our own mailbox for a day or so before we got to it (we have 100-plus-degree temperatures here right now) or if it was a pressing defect.