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I don't see mplayer listed, which is odd because it's pretty commonplace and well-established on many distros.
I believe "Mplayer" as you call it. is basically Totem. Cause I use a application called Movie Player that has the ability to look up youtube videos right from inside the player. And when I go into the "tmp" folder of my home directory where they are stored temporarily, It lables them totem something or other. Just a little heads up. And I could be wrong.
I voted for xmms. I like the winamp-like interface; and xmms still does everything I need or want in a music player. It also uses fewer resources than all of the more popular music players.
I am glad that Slackware still includes xmms.