Cartridge does not recognize the genre of music, a good cartridge plays all genres of music! This is very subjective point of view to recommend the cartridge for certain genre of music. A good cartridge is neutrial cartridge for all genres, if you like coloration in sound then you might think the one cartridge is for rock and another is for classical. But a good cartridge is abouth truth (what’s on the record, no coloration for specific genre of music). Victor Laboratory X-1
is one of the best MM ever made and it’s NOS (New Old Stock), mega rare Beryllium cantilever and original Nude Shibata stylus invented by Shibata-San for Victor. All info and specs on the link.
ClearAudio uses Audio-Technica generators in their cartridges, but sells them for much higher price than the AT itself, it’s better to try AT-ML170 VM OFC than any ClearAudio MM. Hanna is made by Excel Sound - a well known old Japanese OEM company, nothing special. For decades they’ve been making cheap crap, but now returned to the cartridge manufacturing. Some OEM carts made by Excel sound in the 80s were great. People are victims of the reviews, just because some MC are relatively cheap (like Hanna, on the market today) doesn't makes them superb, compared to others or even to an old MMs.