I have been using Ripper’s Anime Page to stream / listen to anime OP and ED (opening / ending) theme songs for the past few years. It’s much better than searching on Youtube or Spotify.
- It has a huge library of songs, mainly from anime series released from late 1990s to 2016. There are 4000+ songs from 1000+ anime series, including full sets of OP and ED themes for long series like Naruto, Bleach and Detective Conan. There are also many obscure series listed. Some insert songs are included too.
[07 Jan 2019: Seems like there has been a recent update, even though it’s not stated on the main page. New anime songs from recent series have been added e.g. Kobayashi’s Maid Dragon, Overlord, etc.]
- It is browser-based, so there’s no need to waste disk space on downloads.
- You can create a playlist by adding only the songs that you like. The browser-based player supports repeat, shuffle play, track forward/back, and allows you to rearrange the songs in the playlist. You can reload the same playlist when you next visit the website.
- No advertisements.
- This is a music-only player, so it loads quicker than videos and doesn’t have buffer delay.
NOTE: The website does contain some ecchi / H content on other pages, but you will be fine if you stay on the music pages. There are no unpleasant pop-ups or other unwanted surprises.