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I spent about a year searching for a good mp3 player, and finally found Quod Libet. Hardly anyone seems to have heard of it, as I never found it recommended anywhere. I've been through XMMS, RhythmBox, amarok (nice idea, but the interface is the kludgiest of all) went for a while just using mpg321 and some scripts i wrote, many other that i forget the names of as i only used them for about 20 seconds before dismissing them.
zidane_tribal, I was using amrok from last 6 months and never figured that! Thanks for telling me that even my current media player have something that I don't know. I have looked the link and found that column score will solve my problem of ratings.
Also, I will give try to 'Quod Libet' as Infinty42 suggested.
Right now giving try to Rythembox. found not good as Amarok however, there are option for Ratings.
kirtimaan_bkn, tis coolies, it took me months before i realised it was there too personally i love the way it gives the songs i listen to higher ratings than the songs i skip over, and i can build a playlist of high rated songs in a few seconds.