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  1. Let's Share what kinda Music You Like with whole IS and Get Other's Response about your Choice. + Explore New Genres by Listening to Other's Choices. I like easy Tunes/Melodies which keeps Me UP,Fresh and never let me stop humming them. Here comes My First Video:
  2. What was the first CD you ever bought? Let me start off, the first CD I bought was Iron Maiden: Powerslave. Now carry on guys..
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  5. Tracker Name: Jungleland Genre: MUSIC / BOOTLEGS Sign-up Link: Closing Date: N/A Additional Information: Jungleland is a Private Torrent Tracker for BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN MUSIC / BOOTLEGS.
  6. Can offer a invite for notwhat or Apollo invites, thanks
  7. Lady Gaga thinks social media ruins relationships. The 'Perfect Illusion' hitmaker doesn't see the fascination with finding love online and would rather opt for more traditional ways of meeting a partner. She said: "I don't date the same way my friends date. I see my friends dating on the internet and Instagram and everything everybody go through and man is it rough. I see my friend going, 'Well, he told me he was here and looks whats going on. Whats this post?' "They're looking at Instagrams ruining relationships, Snapchat's ruining relationships, and Twitter and all of that. It's like people are subliminally telling each other stuff through social media about what they feel about each other and it's all a perfect illusion. "The real stuff is what we do in the room together when we look in each other's eyes and all that floats away because let me tell you something, the internet is just like the Earth in a way. We're going to destroy it." And the 30-year-old singer says her life is much different than it was before she found fame. Speaking to Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 show, she added: "My life is different now; I cant walk down the street the same way and be me. When I meet people they aren't always interested in speaking to me about real human things like we are right now. They want to know about superficial things, they want a photo, or a selfie, or a Snapchat or Instagram or Insta-snap story or whatever it is they want. I just went jazz. You got kids with like 9 Go-Pros attached to their heads and - yeah it's the fame monsters in a way. "I had to reckon for myself that my life would never be the way that it was and I loved being that girl who walked down the street on the lower Eastside that nobody knew. I loved being that girl just rolled in from club to club and played my music and discovered new people and had a community with artist. I don't and I've never felt a connection to Hollywood and even though I've written about fame and you see me in Hollywood, I still feel very grounded in my family. I don't feel ever that I want to transition into a different type of me."
  8. Eminem is back with new music, and this time he’s weighing in on the 2016 presidential election. Eminem’s “Campaign Speech” rocketed to the top of the real-time Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 chart after premiering the song on YouTube at noon on Wednesday (Oct. 19). The song generated enough Twitter activity to debut at No. 1 at 1 p.m. ET. The Trending 140 chart measures the real-time acceleration of conversation around artists and their music on Twitter. The nearly eight-minute freestyle track showcases Eminem’s thoughts on Donald Trump and references controversial figures such as Charleston shooter Dylann Roof and Trayvon Martin's killer George Zimmerman. “You say Trump don’t kiss a** like a puppet ‘Cause he runs his campaign with his own cash for the fundin’ And that’s what you wanted A f---ing loose cannon who’s blunt with his hand on the button Who doesn’t have to answer to no one Great idea.” “Campaign Speech” is Eminem’s first release since “Kings Never Die,” featuring Gwen Stefani, and “Phenomenal,” which were featured in the soundtrack for the 2015 film Southpaw. Eminem announced the song’s release on his Twitter account, adding that he is also working on a new album -- his first since 2013’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2. He hasn’t yet announced a release date.
  9. Words are one thing, but man oh man is there little to no room for interpretation in Lady Gaga's facial expression when she makes a very clear distinction between herself and Madonna. Lady Gaga's Joanne drops today, and she spoke with Beats1's Zane Lowe at length about the album — what inspired it, how she wrote the songs for it, the break-up she was figuring out through her creative process, the works. Lowe brought up that Gaga has a lot in common with the Queen of Pop, who also came up in the small club NYC scene of another era, and went so far as to say she lives a "parallel existence" to her when it comes to touching on certain themes in her music. Yeeeeeeah. Gaga disagreed. Big time. Fast-forward to the 31:00 mark: "Madonna and I are very different," she said without batting an eyelash. "I wouldn't make that comparison at all. I don't mean to to disrespect Madonna. She's a nice lady. She's had a fantastic, huge career; she's the biggest pop star of all time. But I play a lot of instruments. I write all my own music. I spend hours and hours a day in the studio. I'm a producer; I'm a writer. What I do is different." Hoooo boy. She continued: "I'm not just rehearsing over and over again to put on a show. There is a spontaneity in my work. I allow myself to fail. I allow myself to break. I'm not afraid of my flaws. There are major differences between me and her. I don't mean that in a disrespectful way; I just will not be compared to anyone anymore. I am who the fuck I am, and this is me. My life story is my life story, just like yours is."
  10. Between her dive bar tour stop at her old haunt, the Bitter End, and a surprise swing through her family's restaurant, Lady Gaga's definitely making a point to embrace her roots for the drop of her new record. On October 20, Gaga took over the West Village venue — one she frequented as an up-and-coming songwriter back before she made her big-time debut with The Fame — to play through songs off Joanne as a part of her dive bar tour. The following evening, she opted to spend the night of her record release as close to home as she could get: She took over her dad's restaurant, which is also named for his late sister, Joanne, to work her bartender skills, sign copies of the album, and greet her fans. As soon as the word got out, Monsters flocked to the Upper West Side eatery, and Gaga rolled in sporting another pink ensemble (but one that was a little less Carmen Sandiego and a little more haute couture). She was beaming on her way into the restaurant, and the positive vibes definitely kept up over the course of the evening. It's one thing to head home for the weekend, but to head home, play one of the venues that offered you your shot at living the dream, and get to share a meal with your loved ones? That's just how Gaga rolls.
  11. Saturdays are usually reserved for Netflix, breakfast sandwiches, and trying to recount what happened the night before. They're also for campaigning and surprising a bunch of unsuspecting college kids — if you're Miley Cyrus, that is. Miley — donning her own version of a patriotic ensemble, which involved a cartoonish, bright blue top affixed with a giant bow and a big red heart, along with some fluffy headgear — knocked on a bunch of doors in the dorms of George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Her mission: To campaign for Hillary Clinton and stress how important it is to get out and vote on November 8. The college kids are absolutely thrilled — and shocked — to see her, but as soon as the screams and cheers die down, Miley's direct with them: In the clip below, the students mention that one of their roommates isn't around, on today of all days. Miley's answer? That doesn't get her out of voting. To everyone who was trying to study at GMU this afternoon, sorry: Democracy calls. Bet you didn't think it'd show up in the form of Miley, though.
  12. Kesha didn't break out any new material on her recent Fuck The World Tour, but it looks like new songs from the singer/songwriter are set to be released soon — or at least that's what her label is hoping for. Sony Music Entertainment is the conglomerate that includes Kemosabe — the label owned by Dr. Luke, the producer that Kesha accused of sexual, psychological, and physical abuse — to which she's still contractually obligated. Kesha has tried to free herself of her ties to Dr. Luke and Kemosabe, and a judge halted her efforts earlier this year when she denied Kesha's request to be released from her obligations to the producer and label. She's been working on new music in the meantime — she collaborated with Zedd this spring — and has submitted new tracks to Kemosabe. She's agreed to work with a number of producers, and Sony is working with executives at RCA, according to Buzzfeed, to "keep the process moving forward." This means that a new Kesha album may be out, and in the not-so-distant future: “Creating a new album takes time, and everyone’s goal is to deliver a high quality album consistent with Kesha’s past releases," Sony Music said in their Buzzfeed statement. "We hope to share exciting new music with Kesha’s fans soon.” That's a positive development, but it may be an optimistic one, according to Kesha's legal representation. “Kesha has been trying for six months to record and release new music,” said Danny Petrocelli, Kesha's attorney, of this news from Sony. “Only in the last month, after our last court hearing, has any progress been made, but it is hardly enough. Kesha still has received no commitments on promotion, songs, or even a release date. We hope things turn around fast. Meanwhile, Kesha intends to continue participating in the creative process in the hopes she can meaningfully return to work.”
  13. "I've never played this song live before!" It'd be one thing if Taylor Swift was low-key performing new material for the first time since the drop of 1989 or releasing a never-before-heard track at her first and only concert in 2016. But nope. That's not what she came for, and that's not what she did. Taking to the piano, Taylor was coy: "If you know it, maybe you could sing along, and I could get to know what that feels like, to hear it sung back to me." She then launched into "This Is What You Came For," the song she secretly wrote with ex-boyfriend, Calvin Harris, which he'd go on to release as a Rihanna collaboration before it went on to reign playlists all summer (and take home the Moonman for Best Male Video at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards). This is the bare bones version, just Taylor and keys, which is a very different take on the dance floor staple we've come to know. She'd been rehearsing for the performance — which took place at Austin's Formula One United States Grand Prix — and posting videos from practice earlier this week, but "This Is What You Came For" was definitely a huge surprise for all present for the show on October 22.
  14. How many dancers does it take to fix a broken halter top? Judging by Britney Spears’s recent costume snafu, the answer is three. While tearing through another Piece of Me show in Las Vegas over the weekend, the Glory singer suffered a wardrobe malfunction of annoyingly tedious proportions. Her faulty hater bra first came unfastened during her cover of “I Love Rock N Roll,” then popped off again two whole seconds later. Trying to fix it became a two-man job, and to her credit, Brit poked fun at the awkward moment by making a ton of goofy faces. But her nightmare wasn’t over yet. During the next song, “Gimme More,” Brit was still having to hold her pesky top in place. Cue her knight in shining armor flannel shirt, who literally gave Britney the shirt off his back so she could power through the performance like a pro. No peepshow here, y’all. See fan-shot footage of the whole ordeal below, and give thanks that at least Britney wasn’t trying to balance a snake around her shoulders this time.
  15. Between the release of her fifth studio album, her dazzling SNL performance, and her sweet NYC homecoming, Lady Gaga’s had quite the whirlwind week. And what better way to continue the fun than by getting a brand new tattoo to add to her collection? On Monday (October 24), Gaga proudly showed off her latest ink: the name “Joanne” written in cursive on her forearm. Besides being the title of her new album, Joanne is the name of her late aunt who passed away at age 19 after battling lupus. “Got Joanne tattooed on my arm in her actual signature,” Gaga captioned the pic. “My dad got one too. With an angel on his shoulder.” Earlier in the day, Lady Gaga appeared on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM show, where she spoke more about her late aunt, saying she was like a “goddess” in her family. “We talked about her all the time,” she said, adding that framed photos of Joanne were all around her house as a child. “For me, she was like my guardian angel or spirit guide.”
  16. Shirlene Quigley, a backup dancer who has performed with Rihanna and Beyoncé, has been reported missing in New York. The New Jersey–based dancer was last seen boarding a bus at Port Authority at 1 a.m. Sunday (October 23), according to her father (via NBC New York). Quigley and her father talk on the phone every day at the same time. When she didn't call him one day, he quickly became concerned. The 32-year-old dancer had reportedly sent a mysterious comment to a friend recently: "Get ready, it's about to happen and I'm going to need you to sub for me." Quigley's phone was reportedly discovered in a Chelsea bridal shop shortly after she was reported missing. Last night (October 24), Rihanna reposted one of Quigley's Instagram videos, urging her followers to call police with any information. Missy Elliott, who has worked with Quigley in the past, also posted a call for information on Twitter and Instagram. Quigley began her career as one of Beyoncé's backup dancers in the 2003 "Crazy in Love" video. Recently she taught her own high-heel dance classes in Los Angeles and then in New York.
  17. After delivering a rousing performance of it earlier this week at the 2016 Keep A Child Alive Black Ball, Alicia Keys has released the studio version of her latest track, "Holy War." "Holy War" is a free love anthem that cuts to the core of the practice she preaches, and its lyrics echo the remarks she made at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. Keys shared "Holy War" to mark the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech, belting out the chorus of the track a cappella in one of the night's most moving and unexpected moments. The song — which begs for understanding and compassion to win out over the destructive forces of hate, ignorance, violence, and greed — follows up her recent collaboration with A$AP Rocky, "Blended Family," and both tracks can be found on her forthcoming album, Here, out November 4.
  18. Tracker Name: mutracker Genre: Music Sign-up Link: Closing Date: Soon Additional Information: Limited Signup
  19. Tracker Name: Hits4Us Genre: Music Sign-up Link: Closing Date: N/A Additional Information: Music tracker of all kinds of music still pretty new but some pretty decent torrents on the site already.
  20. Today, downloading a pirated music track just takes a few seconds. How different was this twenty years ago, when a single MP3 was stored on four 1.44 MB floppy disks. Journalist and book author Stephen Witt takes us back in time, with a brief history of how it all started. The Dawn of Online Music Piracy By 1994, the development of the first mp3 encoder was complete. Working at an audio research laboratory at Germany’s state-funded Fraunhofer Institute, engineers had labored for seven years and spent millions of dollars to develop a functioning prototype. The encoder was marvelous—by exploiting inherent flaws in the human ear, it could reduce the size of compact disc audio by more than 90%, with minimal losses in quality. But Fraunhofer had been outmaneuvered in the marketplace, and couldn’t generate sales. In desperation, they decided to distribute their encoder for free. They began by handing out floppy disks at trade shows and conferences. Soon, distribution moved to the Internet, with a limited-functionality DOS-based encoder posted on Fraunhofer’s FTP sites. The encoder was supposed to produce only low-bitrate files, and stop working after 20 uses. Quickly, it was cracked. By late 1995, USENET was awash with pirated music files. Most of these were simple demonstrations of the technology, not full songs. Modern conveniences make it hard to remember the limitations of media distribution of the time; bandwidth meant 28,800 bits per second over a screeching telephone line, and compressing an mp3 from a CD meant a dedicated hour of CPU resources, accompanied by the buzz of a whirring fan. The underground pirates of the Scene first adopted the technology in August of 1996. The pioneering group was Compress ‘Da Audio (CDA); their first release was Metallica’s “Until It Sleeps.†The full song was stored as a RAR file across four 3.5†floppy disk drives. These disks were then sent through the mail. Compress ‘Da Audio’s first releases, from the Affinity scene zine. afflinity 3 early mp3 releases By late August, the rival Digital Audio Crew (DAC) had moved into the space; they posted an mp3-ripping tutorial to USENET, along with a direct link to Fraunhofer’s FTP site, accompanied by the serial numbers needed to unlock the encoder. By the start of 1997, piracy had moved from floppy disks to campus servers, and processing power had doubled. Scene groups started releasing whole albums, not just individual singles. The files were no longer distributed through the postal service, but instead through IRC networks, FTP sites and even HTML links. The Scene celebrated a “0-day†mentality—one gained notoriety by being the first to post pirated material to the Net. With music, that meant getting inside the retail industry’s supply chain. The pioneering Scene group Rabid Neurosis (RNS) began infiltrating record stores, exploiting offset international release dates, and recruiting music journalists and commercial radio DJs. Music became available on the Internet weeks, sometimes months, before it was due in stores. In time, RNS became the dominant player, sourcing thousands of pre-release albums from Dell Glover and Tony Dockery, two workers at a North Carolina CD manufacturing plant. RNS’ first release, distributed on four 1.44 MB disks (NFO) A generation came of age in that IRC underground—for many users it was their formative experience online. Included were Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker, who’d met in an chat channel, where they’d shared their frustrations with the inefficiencies of late-90s file-swapping. Fanning, 18, wrote 80,000 lines of code, for a new peer-to-peer platform he called Napster. Parker, 19, was deputized to promote it. In June of 1999, the software débuted. The golden age of online piracy had begun. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Stephen Witt is a journalist from Brooklyn, New York. He’s the author of “How Music Got Free,†a well-researched book about the rise of music piracy and the key players that contributed to the early success of online file-sharing.
  21. Have Pedros BT Music.account + Email Want : High Level Trackers
  22. Tracker name : Hits4.Us Category : Music Signup URL : It tracks a wide range of US/UK English music across a number of different genres, including some music video torrents as well. Behind Hits4.Us is a veteran crew in the BitTorrent scene - it’s brought to you by the same folks behind successful trackers such as XWT (a poplar wrestling tracker), A4N (decent general tracker) and XWT-Classics (another wrestling tracker).
  23. Tracker's Name: Dimeadozen Genre: Music Sign-up Link:
  24. Tracker's Name: HQ music Genre: Music Sign-up Link: