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    Websites to listen to anime music?

    I use Spotify for my musical needs, and while it does its job pretty good, there is still quite a big hole in their Japanese / anime music selection that quite likely is not going to be filled anytime soon. And not only that, the current catalog could diminish as well when distribution rights come to end, so there's that as well.

    So, I wanted to ask if you guys know any websites where I could listen to anime music? Obviously in good quality, and I wouldn't even mind paying for that, but free is always good. So, any recommendations?

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    I hear this site is a pretty good place, although I don't use it myself. It might say video game music, but there are anime soundtracks on there too.

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    http://gh.ffshrine.org/soundtracks.php has quite a few anime soundtracks. If you pay, you can even download entire albums at once. You can also just listen to them (I think) without downloading them.
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    I only know of one for downloading, but Gendou is pretty good. If you register, you can download, but you can always also usually find the lyrics to a lot of songs...If it's fully done, it'll have the original Kanji, the Romaji and a translation. Some songs don't naturally, others aren't complete and though it takes some time to get the newer songs at points for them...They do a good job of giving details from the artist and album to the length and what it was for in the anime. And other stuff.
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    Yeah, I don't know too much about listening online, but hikarinoakariost literally gets albums and singles as soon as they're released. If you have an anime song that you want, they'll have it, plus the album it was released in. You'll have to dl it but...I think it's pretty worth.

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