A. I arrange my rock/jazz albums alphabetically by artist and chronologically within each artist. I arrange my classical albums alphabetically by composer and alphabetically within each composer. Arranging my rating would drive me insane, not to mention that it would require me to know my ratings before I review them (spoiler: sometimes I change my rating in the middle of writing a review). Also, I sold "To the Power of Three" years ago.
B. Yes is putting out an album in July with Jon Davison (the lead singer of Glass Hammer) on vocals. I'm not happy about that. I also would probably vomit on the spot if Genesis somehow reunited and decided to make an album or go on tour.
C. Yes needs to start issuing archive releases a la King Crimson and they need to do it now.
D. It's actually not the very low graded albums that I regret listening to excessively; listening to one of them repeatedly can properly hone my anger and irritation so that I can get my thoughts down on paper. The ones I regret listening to excessively are the ones rated in the 5-9 range that I'd listen to a bunch of times only to write a review that's 4 paragraphs long.
E. Nah, I don't regret any of them. Reviewing gives me a chance to get my thoughts, good or bad, into an organized form, and I never regret that.
F. None. You should send that in!
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