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6 Most Good-Looking Music Players for Linux

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There is no dearth for good quality music players in Ubuntu. Even the default Rhythmbox is pretty darn good. But how many of those music players can be considered as good-looking? It is a tricky question since looks are very subjective. Anyway, here's a collection of 6 best music players for Linux which I think are among the most good looking alternatives out there.

Musique Player for Ubuntu: Not the ideal player if you have a large music collection or if you expect a lot of functionality similar to what you see in a music player like Clementine or Banshee, for example. But it looks great, has last.fm scrobbling support, and even though scanning speed leave a lot to be desired, it works.

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