Fuzzy Lyrics

I am new to the technical aspects audiophile world but I know what music is supposed to sounds like. I have two CD's where the vocals start to sound fuzzy. Is this the recording or something wrong in my meager system. The two CD's are recent recordings, one made earlier in 2000. At first I thought it was the recording because the first CD gets fuzzy in the exact same place of the same song. Please help.
Funny you should mention that Redkiwi, but I already performed that same test (seemed like the logical thing to do eh?) and did not hear the fuzziness, although I don't have a superstar car audio system. I just purchased some new cables, DH-Labs Q-10 bi-wired. For several of my disks, the cables are outstanding. However, it seems like the fuzziness is more pronounced on those two disks I mentioned, and perceptible on other disks, 10,000 maniacs unplugged, and even on a Medeski Martin & Wood (MMW) CD. Although this specific disk has no lyrics, there seems to be this veil of fuzziness over the mid range. None of the speaker drivers are blown. If anyone has a good solution to try, do Vibrapods work etc., please make a recommendation. My budget does not allow expensive solutions, dark matter platforms, so try to keep that in mind. Most things are easy to fix if you have a fat wallet.
Jklotch, can you describe how your components are arranged? Like, what do they sit on? It still sounds to me as if there is a major resonance in the midband somewhere. Vibrapods do work, but you will get the biggest improvement by getting your first welded steel rack (don't get one that bolts together) if you do not already have one. Preferably, get one that you can spike to the floor and which has upward-pointing spikes to support the shelves. The next step is to experiment with footers between the components and the shelf - which is where Vibrapods come in. There is still a good chance that vibration is not the issue and it could be a faulty component, so don't go ahead and buy anything without trying it first.
Red- I have a an entertainment center, more like a piece of furniture, which has glass shelves. The shelves themselves do not employ a sophisticated anti-vibration design, merely plastic flanges with metal posts that can be positioned at various heights to modulate shelf space. The wood itself is teak. I use a Yamaha Receiver (working on changing that) and an NAD515 CD platter. I've heard this specific NAD in other systems with no other problems. Source is connected with 1 meter DH lab BL-1's (quite happy with this interconnect). I also have a 2-stage monster power line conditioner. For some of my disks, this meager system sounds wonderful (and suits my appartment space). But this new fuzzy problem is really disturbing. Thanks for your input.
I reckon you need that rack I mentioned before - but I hate to be so definite without you trying it first - see what local dealers will let you try out. Good luck.