Most people looking for mp3’s on the Internet encounter misleading pages or links that don’t work. Follow these instructions and you will be able to search for mp3’s right from Google.
There are a few ways to search for mp3’s using a Google search. The first way is a simple search.
Type the following into a Google search box:
?intitle:index.of? mp3 [artist] [title]
Replace [artist] with the artist/singer/band you’re looking for and [title] with the song title or simply enter one or the other. In return you will see link after link to pages of mp3’s with the artist or song that you are looking for. Once you see the song that you are looking for, just right click and choose Save As to download the file to your computer.
An other search method you type into Google search is:
“parent directory ” MP3 -xxx -html -htm -php -shtml -opendivx -md5 -md5sums [artist] [title]
The same thing applies to this search. You can specify the artist and title.
Another search method is:
?inurl:multiply.com/music? [artist] [title]
And finally, the last search method is:
-inurl:(htm|html|php) intitle:”index of” +”last modified” +”parent directory” +description +size +(.mp3|.wma) [artist] [title]
Remember, the only thing you need to change in the search string is the [artist] or [title].
Here’s another hint I forgot to mention. If you want to search for other things besides music, simply change the mp3 in the search string to jpg or pdf and you will get the same results. Pages and pages of links. Enjoy!