You would only if the mastering is better. Higher than Cd sampling rate is mostly snake oil. Interesting article:
"[...] the SACD version of a recording can sound substantially better than the CD release. It's not because of increased sample rate or depth but because the SACD used a higher-quality master. When bounced to a CD-R, the SACD version still sounds as good as the original SACD and better than the CD release because the original audio used to make the SACD was better. Good production and mastering obviously contribute to the final quality of the music [...]"
Man. At this point if I had a nickel for every time someone links to Monty Montgomery and one of his xiph.org posts in a discussion of higher-resolution digital auio, I'd be starting to look at some serious money. The phrase "snake oil" is often included. The tone is invariably one of terse, absolute certainty mixed with pity for the deluded and/or a hint of withering contempt. Sheer trolling is sometimes the clear intent. Posting this in a thread intended to enthuse about new offerings from HDtracks just seems sorta mean to me.
It's possible to be a skeptic and an objectivist and still be kind, you know.