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I've heard this is a good torrent site for music, but does anyone know how to get access? I could trade invites to Demonoid (music/movies/everything) or Karagarga (movies) for an invite.

Alternatively, use this thread to discuss/recommend other good torrent sites.

Sorry, Mark, if this is the wrong place for this kind of thread...

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I actually do not have a what.cd account, but I do have one for Waffles (a very good private tracker for music and apps). I also happen to be in the market for a Karagarga invite!

PM me if you would interested in a trade.
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I have a small # of invites to what.cd and a very large # of invites to indietorrents. PM me if you're interested. They're both terrific sites. Waffles has died off a bit.

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i believe ed is spoken for. i still have a few more if anyone needs. i find it hard to find out about good new stuff there, since the top 10 is pretty garbage and the sheer number of torrents is impossible to keep up on. but it's at least great for finding archival stuff, etc. and the quality control on encoding quality, source documentation is very high.

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Thanks for all the offers and help, everyone! I've checked out what.cd now and it is a great site, I've already found tons of great rare stuff, and I'll be going through my own collection to upload some stuff soon too.

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are any of those what.cd invites still up for taking?

thank you!

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indietorrents has its fair share of noise, jazz, eai, etc.

I have loads of invites...ask away, not looking for anything in return, besides you keeping a good ratio.

never tried what.cd, but I think it was more a replacement for oink, or had fairly similar genres. not saying I don't need .flac rips of Pet Shop Boys albums, but i've never cared enough to try and get an invite to it.

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i expected more interesting content on waffles before i finally got aboard. aah well. i have found a few interesting things i've been looking for though.

no invites (yet) - sorry.
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well it looks like indietorrents is kaput (is it?) just wondering if anyone had any what.cd or waffles invites to give out.

Thanks.
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cheerios wrote:well it looks like indietorrents is kaput (is it?) just wondering if anyone had any what.cd or waffles invites to give out.

Thanks.
Indietorrents is being moved to a new server and "will be back eventually" but has no ETA. Hopefully it's back soon.

I have a couple what.cd invites but invites appear to be closed right now.

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i need to stop amassing new music, and i am weak.
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Jesse wrote:i need to stop amassing new music, and i am weak.
your problem is that you think you need to stop.

you must press on, further! more! more!

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billygomberg wrote:
your problem is that you think you need to stop.

you must press on, further! more! more!
pretty glad you're not my sponsor.

i remember when i would quote to any one who'd listen blake's dictum about the path of excess..., which, granted , led this pilgrim to a tower, but not of wisdom [if you know what i mean].
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Jesse wrote:
billygomberg wrote:
your problem is that you think you need to stop.

you must press on, further! more! more!
pretty glad you're not my sponsor.

i remember when i would quote to any one who'd listen blake's dictum about the path of excess..., which, granted , led this pilgrim to a tower, but not of wisdom [if you know what i mean].
I'm a very bad influence, in general.

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billygomberg wrote: I'm a very bad influence, in general.
I'll testify to this :lol:

but then again I too live by the motto "too much is not enough"
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