"Missing data in Lead-out Zone. Should be dump with +75 sector offset due to desync issue."
As an owner of this CD and somebody who actually knows how to use EAC, I know that there is data further than the typical "global offset" used by everyone to dump every CD on the planet. What's confusing is that the comment says it needs 75 sectors. Unless I've really started to forget stuff, 75 sectors is +1 to the sample offset in EAC, right? If so, that's incorrect, because this disc needs +2 to the usual sample offset. For example, with my Plextor PX-716A which has a +30 offset, I need to rip this CD with a +32 offset in EAC to catch every sample.