Younger, yes. As you age, experience adds up, you have confidence in your system you have accumulated, then it is both disturbing and rewarding but not alarming.
We have learned to listen intently, and put together systems that reveal the good and the bad. Thus disturbing by the knowledge the people involved in the recording of great artists 'failed' in their part.
Rewarding because once again our great system reveals it's ability to discern.
Jazz, Classical, Instrumental, poor recordings are likely to linger without many if any replays, while singer songwriters who I relate to emotionally will be replayed with enjoyment, the great recordings of that type fully treasured.
Someone like Sade, IMO the Queen of Rhythm, as well as songwriter, some recordings are not as great as others, but they make the rotation.