Fresh Fruit...there's an album I haven't listened to in a long time.In terms of 'vibe' recordings, I noticed exactly this in Pink Floyd's 'Money'. There's actually a very small mistake - an accidental rim click - at 4.22 during the descending bass line. I think it's a very fine take by Mr. Mason actually (or sequence of takes, no doubt) but it's one small error that once heard, can never be unheard. It's by no means a sloppy recording and I really like the humanity that is added to an otherwise gargantuan production with just that small error.
In terms of 'sloppy' sounding bands, one of my favourite albums is 'Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables' by the Dead Kennedys. The 'production' (if you can call it that) is outstandingly well-judged for the musical content. I adore that album.
BTC, looks like we both noticed oddities on 'Dark Side of the Moon'. Shows what an analysed record it is!
For me, I think of a fill on Pennywise's "Straight Ahead" album. I can't remember which song but there's a really sloppy fill in there from a usually spot on Byron McMackin.