After very long time listening to Reissues I think, the problem is not in the Vinyl mix.
Even Classic Records cant be blamed for it.
The Problem is in the quaility control in the Pressing Process. Evrything which is in combination with heat and cooling is bad today.
I use for my cleaning an improved Monk RCM, the best you can buy for money. Even after some cleanings I had these pics and pops (reduced step by step) and after a while I noticed, that these ticks and pops are always at the same place.
You will never have that with old records, when you clean them, it is done (except scratch)
This is definetly a fault made from the Manufacturer, I think, those people who are responsible for surviving the cooling process, the separation etc. are not good in their job.
There is still some material IN THE GROOVE.
Worst is RTI. (I guess, those made the pressings for Classic Records).
Anyway, it is the way it is. What to do?
I am afraid, we have minor chances for improvement.
Even a RCM is no guaratee for success, but using one is better than nothing. The next step, which is pretty good, you scrub the record with your cleaning solution of choice WITH a Magic Eraser.
That is pretty good, but after that you need a RCM to remove the fluid with the
dirt in it. But when that is done and you have still noise, then it is done.
I buy my records depending on the Press-Manufacturer. Here the Japanese ones are superior. You see, it can be done right.
Or going back to old records.
I closed the Reissue chapter.
Knowledge is gone, Know How is gone, the right people are gone, the old vinyl mix is gone....
I will do one more try with the new Clarity vinyl from CR, but only because I read they left RTI and went to someone else ...