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    Let's see

    - English
    -Spanish(DUH)
    -German
    -Japanese
    -Polish

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    Mostly in English language since I'm into EDM and some Pop but I also listen to Japanese especially rock and some pop

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    i mostly listening to English and Original Sound Track[OST] from any Anime....Opening and Ending Songs....

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    I listen different language songs ever since I was in elementary school :D
    I used to learn ballroom dancing so I had to listen a lot of English and Spanish songs.
    Then in high school I started learning French so I started listening a lot of French songs (my last teacher forced us to listen and translate almost the whole Romeo & Juliet musical :P)
    One of my former high school classmate made me an otaku so I started listening Japanese music when I started college and got my fist laptop......then Ao no Exorcist introduced the Korean group 2PM to me and I hooked up on K-pop.

    So nowadays I'm mostly listening Korean and Japanese music, but when I'm in the mood I like to listen my French, Spanish or English favourites.
    I think I haven't really listened a Hungarian song since I was a teenager (Lately we even go to Eurovision with English songs :D)

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    I listen to music in almost any language as long as it's in a style I like. I'm not picky about language, but I am VERY picky about how it sounds. Some of the languages I listen to most are:

    English (My native language)
    Japanese
    Russian (My dad was born and raised in Russia)
    French (My best friend is obsessed with France, so naturally I got dragged in)
    Korean
    and a bunch more.

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    i listen mostly to english songs and kpop :D but currently I'm into japanese songs ^^
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    My favorite music is Metal, other then that I have bands, from US, Japan, China, Norway, Germany,.......... well almost every language...If it is hard and aggressive then I like it.

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    The answer is -YES

    I am also mostly a heavy metal practitioner with a large music library (that's CD's in the physical copy) and I listen to metal from all around the world. for commercial success most bands sing in English but even they toss in some songs in their native tongues. especially true with many bands from across Europe.

    japan is kind of the opposite where most bands only sing in Japanese with a few doing English releases/songs

    Just a smattering of bands and locations

    japan(duh)
    show-ya, seikima II, onmyo-za, waggaki band, bridear, sex machineguns, galmet, X-japan

    Germany/Switzerland/italy
    blind guardian, edguy, grave digger, primal fear, rhapsody, lacuna coil, eleuvite

    Nordic countries-
    tyr, nightwish, arch enemy, dimmu borgir, immortal/abbath, dark tranquility, battlelore, sirenia, tristania

    eastern europe
    hell cats, tvangeste

    Mongolia
    the HU band

    etc....

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