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Finding Music

I know a lot of us listen to music when trading. If you get tired of iTunes and just want to find some free music to download then Google is your friend.


push the first part together from -inurl to htm because it creates a smiley in this message if I push it together...



-inurl : ( htm|html|php) intitle:"index of" +"last modified" +"parent directory" +description +size +(wma|mp3) "zeppelin"


enter this in the search bar after you change the last item in quotes to the artist of your choice... this will find open directories with mp3 files.

enjoy

standard legal disclaimers apply, don't download any music you haven't paid for, artists are people too, etc.

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Hmmmmm...interesting. "Open Directories", nice concept. Thanks!

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hi websouth, thanx for this!

i often heard about such "strings" - how does it work ?
wich part of it does what ?
how do i modify it to do a search for .pdf or videos in example ?

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omg - a first short try to use this thing ended like this :

did a search for a music
found nice looking offers -- all listed + linked in clean looking ftp-dict.
klicked it to download

>> catched + downloaded .exe-files insatead of the shown .mp3s - lol -- virus + trojan stuff i think !

so this is not such an easy-to-use-style as it looks at first - dont trust that offers blindly folks!


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Yeah you need to look where you are going. actually avoid music sites or sites with mp3 in the site name. They are usually selling something or as max said have surprises for you. The best are some college kid who posted his whole music collection on a server at a university or something. Only down load .mp3 files never .exe - hover over the link before downloading to verify it is a .mp3 file. Use protection... Use good virus spyware software on your computer.

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it is much much easier to just use a good private torrent site/tracker and grab the entire albums, assuming of course you are just too lazy to rip your CD's that you own...

OiNK used to be the best for music but is long dead, these days IPT is ok, and then from there I usually hit mininova or TPB.

I would definitely NOT recommend using any other method... sorry websouth... too many novice users that will just load up their system with malware because they don't know what they are doing. I think users that do know what they're doing don't need to be told where to get music

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I would definitely NOT recommend using any other method... sorry websouth... too many novice users that will just load up their system with malware because they don't know what they are doing. I think users that do know what they're doing don't need to be told where to get music

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