How to find mp3s using Google

Information on how to find mp3s using Google.

This information has been adopted from a page created by My Haz: http://www.geocities.com/my_haz_runs/

How To Find MP3’s with Google

These are the most common way that mp3s are stored on the www, you
should try these strings first.

String Format :
Type 1 : [Directory String] + (inurl:)[file type] + [mp3 name]
Type 2 : [Directory String] + (intitle:)[file type] + [mp3 name]

Type 3 : [Directory String] + [file type] + [mp3 name] + [limitors]

Example Strings :
– intitle:index.of + mp3 + “grandaddy” -html -htm -php -asp -txt -pls

– “index of” + “mp3” + “radiohead” -html -htm -php

– “index of” + mp3 + “kraftwerk”

– “index of” + inurl:mp3 + “beatles” -txt -pls
– “index of” + intitle:mp3 + beatles
– “last modified” + “shn” + “dylan”
– “last modified” + inurl:shn + “bob dylan”
– “parent of” + inurl:wma + “grandaddy”

Suggestions :
– Try (intitle:index.of + “mp3” + “band name” -htm -html -php -asp) first it
is usually the most effective.

Another Little Trick:
– If you have been getting alot of results on google but the pages don’t seem
to be there try adding dates and the “apache” string to your search i.e.

– intitle:index.of + mp3 + “grandaddy” -html -htm -php -asp apache feb-2005
– intitle:index.of + mp3 + “grandaddy” -html -htm -php -asp apache 2005

or if you just want a big list of mp3′ doing a search like this everymonth
– intitle:index.of + mp3 + -html -htm -php -asp apache mar

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Section 2 – Xitami Servers
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String Format :
Type 1 : “xitami web server” + (inurl:)[file type] + [mp3 name]
Type 2 : “xitami web server” + (intitle:)[file type] + [mp3 name]

Example Strings :
“xitami web server” + “mp3” + “green day”
– “xitami web server” + intitle:shn + “beatles”
– “xitami web server” + inurl:mp3 + “magnetic fields”

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= Section 3 – Directory Listing
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String Format :
Type 1 : “directory listings” + (inurl:)[file type] + [mp3 name]
Type 2 : “directory listings” + (intitle:)[file type] + [mp3 name]
Type 3 : “directory listings of” + (inurl:)[file type] + [mp3 name]
Type 4 : “directory listings of” + (intitle:)[file type] + [mp3 name]

Example Strings
– “directory listings” + “mp3” + “radiohead”
– “directory listings” + intitle:shn + “beatles”
– “directory listings” + inurl:mp3 + “magnetic fields”
– “directory listings of” + “mp3” + “radiohead”
– “directory listings of” + intitle:shn + “beatles”
– “directory listings of” + inurl:mp3 + “magnetic fields”

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= Section 4 – Andromeda Servers
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String Format :
Type 1 : “scott matthews” + andromeda + [mp3 name]
Type 2 : “scott matthews” + andromeda + [file type] + [mp3 name]
Type 3 : “powered by andromeda” + [mp3 name]
Type 4 : “powered by andromeda” + [file type] + [mp3 name]
Type 5 : inurl:andromeda.php + [mp3 name]
Type 6 : inurl:anromeda.php + [file type] + [mp3 name]
Type 7 : “scott matthews”
Type 8 : “powered by andromeda”
Type 9 : inurl:andromeda.php

Examples :
– “scott matthews” + andromeda + “radiohead”
– “scott matthews” + andromeda + “mp3” + “fitter”
– “powered by andromeda” + “gradaddy”
– “powered by andromeda” + “mp3” + “just like women”
– inurl:andromeda.php + “shn”
– inurl:anromeda.php + “wma” + “dylan”
– “scott matthews”
– “powered by andromeda”
– inurl:andromeda.php

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= Section 5 – Zina Artists
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String Format :
Type 1 : “zina artists”

Examples :
– “zina artists”

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= Section 6 – Apache mp3 Servers
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String Format :
Type 1 : “stream all” + apache + [mp3 name]
Type 2 : “stream all” + apache
Type 3 : “shuffle all” + apache + [mp3 name]
Type 4 : “shuffle all” + apache

Examples :
– “stream all” + apache
– “stream all” “shuffle all” mp3
– “stream all” + apache + radiohead
– “shuffle all” + beatles

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= Section 7 – Individual Songs
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Format : [mp3 name].mp3 -playlist -filetype:txt

Examples :
– “ok_computer_live.mp3” -playlist -filetype:txt
– “*ok_computer*.mp3” -playlist -filetype:txt
– kid*a.mp3 -playlist -filetype:txt

GOOD LUCK!!

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