#1
i'm trying to organize my dads cd collection by name, but i have a question about actual names

he has Andrew W.K in A's but Alice Cooper in C's

i always thought that if its a persons name it goes by there last name, but that would mean the Andrew W.K. cd's should be in K (they are his actual initials)

can anybody help as soon as possible he has over 800 cds so this might take awhile to do
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#2
lol i would put W.K in W...=S
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#3
I wouldn't fuck with a mans organisation system.

I've seen deaths, DEATHS over this.

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#4
If it's a stage name then it goes from the first letter. If it's an artist's name (ie, singer songwriter who simply uses his name) then go by surname.
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#5
Put it in K; if his last two initials are W.K., chances are the W. is his middle initial and K. is his last initial.
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#7
I go last name.

But in the case of Alice Cooper, I'd put him under 'A' because Alice cooper is not his real name (as far as I know).
Andrew W.K. would go under 'W' because his last name is Wilkes-Krier.
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#8
thats what i said, but, being an old man he's stubborn so i'm stuck doing it the way he wants it done

p.s. i think he did have his name legally changed to Alice Cooper, not too sure though
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