Opamps are such a highly subjective topic that there only is one way and that is to try yourself. Many are even going back to the venerable NE553x lately. Whatever you do, avoid the super high-speed stuff e.g. AD797. Even the highly popular yet misunderstood OPA627 can give poor results when used wrong. OPA2134 is a very nice opamp, partly because it plays it safe in both the technical and the sonic domains. I like using them when I need FET opamps, and LM4562 for bipolar.
All of the above is a great stash to fiddle with, maybe add AD827, OP275 is an interesting one too.
NE5532/4 Most music purchased has been processed through hundreds of these already, quality and THD can vary between makes, nothing wrong with them IMHO.
AD797 Nice but also the slew rate can cause an issue
OPA627 My all time choice, dark background from which beautiful noises appear drive hard and bump the bass a little, can oscillate in some circuits nothing a small cap cant fix, I truly love these
OPA2132/4 Smooth nice balanced neutral, warm definitely.
LM4562 Flipping brilliant but you will hear every single detail in the music with total clarity (not always such a good thing), can sound seriously bright
AD827 similar to the OPA627
Basically get some and try them out against the originals its a bunch of fun and generally one doesn't pick up issues.