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I have a spreadsheet where I mathematically rank my favorite albums. Each track has a score associated with it. Is there any website that lists each track in a fashion that enables me to copy and paste it into my spreadsheet, so that I don't have to type in the name of each song?

Here's an example:

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As you can see, typing out all the song names for every single album wastes a considerable amount of time.

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You can go to the album's page at Discogs and copy and paste the track listing into your spreadsheet (this works at least with Libreoffice).
A more advanced way of doing this would be to write a Python program to scrape the site using the Beautiful Soup library.

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  • When I try to copy-paste from discogs I get the duration of each song too – Alec Alameddine Apr 8 at 21:59
  • You can add a dummy column for the durations and then delete it. The same for listings that have track numbers. – PiedPiper Apr 9 at 7:36

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