I 'm not stopping listening to classical music (I just recently bought the complete works box set of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Schumann, Chopin, Schubert so there's plenty of listening in the near future), I'm just putting a few rock albums in the mixed. I guess a back to basic listening seemed to be the best antidote to the 20th century classical.
Surprisingly, Van Der Graaf Generator's Pawn Heart and The Least We Can do Is Wave To Each Other are actually pretty good album. Both of them just suddenly clicked listening to them when previously my opinion was more align with John Mc and George
Monkee's Headquarters is a decent moderately catchy album just barely making a Hex 9, although Pisces is a pretty mediocre to bad album. I can't help but feel that their 2016 Good Times is the only essential album of the Monkees career