Want to listen to the latest music charts of the UK, Europe and Germany? Want to create your own playlist, add artists to it and search for songs as well?
Mucelli offers all of this in a easy to use user friendly interface. They pull the music from Youtube and display it either with or without the video, which is up to you.
The default setting plays the music without showing the video but a click displays the video as well. You may be asking why you should use the Mucelli website if you could also just visit Youtube and play the videos and songs there. That's a good question. The real benefit is that you do not have to know what's in the charts to listen to the music.
It is theoretically possible to open the Billboard Top 100 charts or another charts website, and search on YouTube for artist or song names. And chance is, you will come up with the right song. But, the service makes things easier for you.
It not only displays the charts so that you can just click on a song to start playing it. You can also play all the charts at once in a playlist.If you would use Youtube you would have to perform a search for every new song that you want to find and play. Last but not least you always get the right result at Mucelli and don't have to search through them like you sometimes have to do at Youtube, as video titles and descriptions do not necessarily reflect the video content.
On the downside the service does have some hiccups from time to time when the playing song waits for data from Youtube. It also seems to be problematic to change tabs which often stops playback for a second before it continues.
Update: The service is no longer available. We have removed the link as a consequence and suggest you use a free service like YouTube instead to find and play music. While you may not get charts listings, you will get a large database of music videos and music.
And if you are in the US and maybe some other countries, you can also load the YouTube top 100 music charts to play those music videos.
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