This is Part II of the Most Popular Private Tracker Invite Requests of 2010. From the first 25, there are only 3 trackers that were not listed at least somewhere within the top 50. From the these last 25, almost half are brand-new entries for 2010. Since we publish this “Top 50” series quite late in the year, it gives newer trackers a fair chance to be listed. That is, if they aren’t open for registration most of the time. Having said that, here are a few interesting statistics from the entire 50:
• Only two trackers (out of 15 new sites in the Top 50) are new startups from 2010 - SceneXpress - which had open registration twice in 2010. The only other new tracker is LosslessWorld, which has not offered open registration.
• 15 trackers from the 2009 list didn’t make the cut for 2010. Some may have deserved to be on it; others simply don’t exist anymore. From these 15, five are not longer online.
• The majority of new trackers will offer at least one method of public registration; be it open signups, IRC recruitment or invite application - thus obviously they don’t receive many/any requests.
• From the 2010 Top 50…
- — 9 are music trackers, if you count Music-Vids.
- — 9 are HD trackers, if you count BitHQ.
- — 6 are TV trackers, if you count CartoonChaos & ScienceHD.
- — 5 are Movie trackers; counting Rmvbusters, Karagarga & x264.me.
- — At least 7 are region-specific (nCore, BitHUmen, CHDBits, HDChina, HDCorea, Rmvbusters, and PolishTracker).
Download a copy of the Excel spreadsheet for all 146 trackers [here](/files/tracker-requests2010.xlsx “Most Requested Private Trackers of 2010 - Spreadsheet”).
#26 - BitGamer2009 Rank: unlisted
Considered by many to be the number two games tracker on the ‘net, BitGamer is an excellent alternative to BCG that has evolved into a cutting-edge destination for games of all consoles & platforms. Previously unlisted, BG requests (and giveaways) are everywhere these days - but if they keep improving at their current pace, it’ll be only a matter of time before they put a leash on new membership. We suspect by this same time next year, BG will be a more difficult tracker to get into.
**Find an invite to BitGamer
:** Don’t sweat it - BG is generous with invites to members, and so giveaways are extremely common (for now) and often come grouped together with other trackers in the same multi-site giveaway thread. Just ask and you shall receive.
**Why you need BitGamer
:** 8,500+ torrents & nearly 47,000 members. BitGamer is only underrated by those who are not members.
#27 - HD-Corea2009 Rank: unlisted
HD-Corea wasn’t listed in last year’s Top 50, and debuts as #27 for 2010. There’s not much point in giving out the site’s URL since it won’t help much anyways. Also known as BTS or Born2Seed, here’s a tracker that doesn’t take security lightly. Foreigners without seedboxes are doomed, considering that ~90% of site members are South Korean who are known to have the fastest ISP home-connection speeds on the planet. Seedboxes are unnecessary here (and rarely used) by members, and even with one the peering to S. Korea is terrible throughout most of the world.
Find an invite to HDCorea: Good luck. Signing up is tricky, and finding someone to part with an invite is even tougher. B2S does have a public IRC recruitment channel, but it’s been said that it’s unavailable due to invite trading.
Find an invite to HDCorea: More than 50% of the torrents are exclusively Korean; which is of little use to English members, although B2S does carry regular scene releases (iMMERSE, METiS, etc). *Stats: 2010-10-13
- — 4,324 members (~90% are South Korean) | 29,651 torrents.
#28 - TVTorrents.comPrevious Rank: #46
Online since early 2003 (really!) TVTorrents.com is one of those TV trackers where torrenters either love it, or they despise it. We agree it takes a fair bit of getting accustomed to the functionality & layout of TVT, but it’s well worth the effort. TVT is also the most-visited private TV tracker on the Internet; with an Alexa rank of 10,000 it easily dwarfs even BMTV.
**Find an invite to TVTorrents
:** You won’t find too many giveaways for TVT, since invites are somewhat limited on accounts. Making a request is the best option; likely someone will fill it.
**Why you need TVTorrents
:** Tons of additional features makes TVT both a tracker and a TV database, all in one site. TVT recently blocked access to their tracker statistics on the homepage, so it’s unknown how many members or torrents there are.
#29 - BitHQ.org2009 Rank: unlisted
BitHQ never intended to be known as a ‘High Definition’ tracker, and started out with the purpose of offering high quality torrents. Untouched DVDRs were the mainstay of the tracker (and still are), although BitHQ has also now become a goldmine for untouched Blu-ray torrents.
**Find an invite to BitHQ
:** Trackers with a healthy amount of untouched Blu-rays are always in demand; and it’s the BDs which have rejuvenated a good deal of new-found interest in BitHQ. Due to the small userbase BitHQ invite giveaways are uncommon, but members are usually a generous bunch who will fill any serious requests made through torrent forums.
**Why you need BitHQ
:** It’s a great site to compliment Cinematik for DVDRs, and a growing selection of BDs. *Stats: 2010-09-22
- — 5,300 members | 11,500 torrents.
#30 - BitHUmen2009 Rank: #39
BitHUmen has certainly earned the right to be called one of Hungary’s best trackers, yet BH’s appeal extends towards both .HU and international users alike. BH offers a mix of scene content as found on other true 0day scene trackers, as well as releases from Hungary’s own scene.
**Find an invite to BitHUmen
:** Difficult. BitHUmen uses ’stars’ as currency (seed points) - the more you have, the better chance for an invite. Members place bids on a predetermined number of available monthly invites that the tracker offers to everyone. Some months it may cost more stars for an invite than other months, whereby the price is directly connected to demand. When nCore went offline for a brief period earlier this year, the purchase bid jumped from ~10 stars up to 300 (good old inflation), and naturally it carried forward to torrent forums where more requests were made. Random GAs are seldom seen; invite requests to BitHUmen are about the only way in right now.
**Why you need BitHUmen
:** Good statistics, well-seeded torrents (an average of 9 seeds per torrent). *Stats: 2010-10-27
- — 76,273 registered users | 36,223 torrents (with 337,360 seeders).
#31 - Demonoid2009 Rank: unlisted
Right now, many of you are probably wondering what Demonoid is doing in this list. That’s understandable, sure. While you won’t find Demonoid requests common on the more prestigious torrent forums, there are still some places when Demonoid is occasionally requested between their brief (but frequent) periods of open registration.
**Find an invite to Demonoid
:** Finding an invite to Demonoid could either be really easy, or modestly difficult. What we mean by difficult is that it’s going to take an act of great personal courage to ask someone in public (on a torrent forum) for a Demonoid code.
**Why you need Demonoid
:** With 324,009 torrents (283,935 internal), there just has to be stuff at the Demon that you can’t find elsewhere. Great to have around as a backup for rarities, it’s that last *ahem* private tracker I try before giving up entirely prior to switching my search to DDLs or NZBs instead.
#32 - DesiTorrents2009 Rank: #43
For an extended period of time in 2010, DesiTorrents essentially became a closed community when they temporarily suspended their own pay-to-join option earlier this year. Both recruitment and their invite system were also shut down during this same period - which has resulted in a higher number of requests.
**Find an invite to DesiTorrents
:** Just two options exist here - make a request and hope for the best, or ante up the $15 clams to DTInvites.com. As far as I know, there’s not a single tracker out there with DT recruitment (for free), although there’s always the option to go through TPS here.
**Why you need DesiTorrents
:** One of the best, if not the best, Desi tracker in the world. *Stats: 2010-10-29
- — Members: 178,007 | Torrents: 13,822 (with 52,579 seeders).
#33 - Freshon.tv2009 Rank: unlisted
Neither Freshon.tv nor tv.torrents.ro made the list last year (which we’ll explain below). TVT.ro was quite regular about opening registration to the masses. While Freshon.tv is the same site with a few new changes, it can’t be said that they offer public open-reg like what TVT.ro used to do.
**Find an invite to Freshon.tv
:** There was absolutely zero chance that TVT.ro could have made it into the Top 50 list last year: Nobody requested TVT.ro invites, because they didn’t have an invite system. Either the site was open for registration, or it wasn’t. One major change in the new Freshon.tv is that an invite system was created - members can now generate invite codes, and staff is more than generous with the amount members get.
**Why you need Freshon.tv
:** It’s one of the few TV trackers that regularly adds freeleech & half-leech torrents, so maintaining a good ratio is easier than other sites (especially BMTV). Stats (# of members & total torrents) is unknown.
#34 - SceneXpress (SeX)2009 Rank: unlisted
It wouldn’t be entirely fair to suggest that SceneXpress didn’t make the cut last year - because they sort of did, but it was as SceneLife instead. By every right, SeX is undoubtedly a whole new tracker than its predecessor ScL.
**Find an invite to SceneXpress
:** Getting harder, as very few members possess invites. Evidence suggests that invites are not automatically awarded even to their best members within normal member-classes, according to their FAQ. Although SeX is ranked #34, we can’t fathom a reason why there’d be so many invite requests - SeX has had two separate 5-day periods of open registration within the past 6 months. If I were a betting man, I’d say that it won’t happen again until SeX does a major sitewide pruning sweep of inactive accounts.
**Why you need SceneXpress
:** Stunning design, combined with an enthusiastic staff crew that never ceases to develop new ideas, contests and the like. *Stats: 2010-10-29
- — Torrents: 27,806 (17,858 are freeleech) | Members: 10,784.
#35 - BTTrove2009 Rank: unlisted
We certainly didn’t expect to see BTTrove in the Top 50, but if you check around the forums you’ll discover a fair amount of requests. Self billed as a “Technical Resources Offering Visual Education” tracker, BTTrove offers graphics apps, web-dev tools, documents, tutorials, with a great selection of 2D and 3D models, photos & textures for all of the major graphics software.
**Find an invite to BTTrove
:** We have no clue how hard it is to find someone willing to part with an invite, or if they even have an operational invite system. All we know is that BTTrove’s traffic/popularity has spiked tremendously recently, and it wasn’t due to open registration. Just one other option exists, and that’s to buy your way in: a minimum donation of $10 will get you in the door.
**Why you need BTTrove
:** Non-members are able to browse through a robust selection of torrents before deciding if BTTrove is a tracker they would like to be a part of. Try before you buy, lol.
#36 - FileList.ro2009 Rank: #50
General/0day behemoth FileList.ro barely eked into the list last year at #50. To give an idea of just how popular FileList is, they have an Alexa rank of #4,244 compared to TorrentLeech’s #3,367. FL.ro is a Romanian / international tracker with an English interface, and caters to scene/P2P releases, as well as (to a lesser extent) .RO releases.
**Find an invite to FileList.ro
:** Registration is usually closed to the public nowadays, but finding an invite should be fairly straightforward. Surprisingly, FL.ro giveaways aren’t all that common - but a quick request should get the job done.
**Why you need FileList.ro
:** Huge peerlists on just about everything, lots of freeleech (everything above 4GB is free), good speeds. Back in April 2010, FileList indexed more than 47,000 torrents, although we don’t know exactly what the torrent count is today.
#37 - HDChina2009 Rank: #28
When it comes to China’s dominating HD trackers, one only has to look as far as to heavyweights HDChina and CHDBits, to which there is obvious rivalry between the two. The latter CHD seems to be on a road to greatness, however HDC’s popularity has been on an ever-so-slight decline recently. Here’s why: they were dealt a serious blow when encoder-group WiKi announced it was parting ways with HDC in order to join up with tracker TorrentGui. With their main showpiece WiKi gone, HDC scrambled to organize a new internal group called SiHD as a replacement, but so far SiHD hasn’t gained the same level of respect that WiKi has earned over the years. This is conclusive evidence that torrenters truly do follow their favorite encoder groups from one tracker to the next.
**Find an invite to HDChina
:** Invite requests are down a little, possibly due to the aforementioned reasons - but HDC isn’t considered to be an overly difficult tracker to get into.
**Why you need HDChina
:** Online since 2008-02-28 HDC is still very formidable, and indexes most of the mainstream releases from China’s top encoders. Fans of the group SiHD will not find a suitable replacement to HDC, as other HD trackers (Asian or otherwise) don’t seem to carry much of SiHD’s work. *Stats: 2010-10-30
- — Torrents (active): 23,182 | Members: 25,023.
#38 - Torrent-Damage2009 Rank: #48
Trackers listed here on down in the Top 50 are so close to each other (and/or tied) that when counting the number of invite requests, there’s almost no discernible difference between them whatsoever. Basically it’s a matter of just one or two requests that makes the difference to being listed or not, and in which position. For example, if Torrent-Damage was just 2 requests shorter, they simply wouldn’t have made the cut. And in fact, only 3 out of the 12 forums had any requests for T-D at all (Btracs, FST & Torrentinvites.org), from which you can form your own opinion.
**Find an invite to Torrent-Damage
:** Not hard; make a request or look for offers - or try out for an invite through their IRC invite channel:
- Network: irc.torrent-damage.net
- Channel: #td-invite (hotlink here - mibbit link can be found in T-D’s login page)
**Why you need T-D
:** T-D is a 0day/general tracker that runs on Gazelle. Unfortunately we don’t have any current stats to share, sorry.
#39 - DeepBassNine2009 Rank: #42
DeepBassNine has always been an often-requested music tracker, and is considered to be the best tracker around for drum-n-bass, dubstep, breaks, house, jungle, oldskool and UK garage.
**Find an invite to DeepBassNine
:** DB9 is not cheap with the invites, and uses the default gazelle standard for invites awarded to the level of PU & up (aka - “BovidaeSteroids” - member for > 4 weeks with 25GB uploaded and a ratio of > 1.05). It’s not difficult to find a member with invites on his/her account; the hard part is simply finding a member, period.
**Why you need DB9
:** Unique content for the DnB music niche, DB9 indexes both scene and user-submitted content and has a great DJ radio program. *Stats: 2010-10-30
- — Torrents: 31,312 (active on browse).
#40 - Exigo2009 Rank: #36
Ah, Exigo. The tracker that nobody can talk about, but yet it continues to pull in heavy request numbers. The first rule about Exigo club is, you can’t… or you can just Google ‘Exigo Review’ - you’ll find plenty of info, or click here.
**Find an invite to Exigo
:** In Soviet Russia, Exigo invite finds you. TIP: IRC is good choice for invite transactions (GAs & requests) especially for hard-to-find invites, partly because there is no public forum recording it. Although it’s quite cliquey, if you can befriend a tight unit of like-minded members (say, in a torrent forum’s IRC channel), you’ll discover that other users are more generous with invites in a real-time environment. I’ve seen some crazy invites passed around (and been involved in) that are unlikely to occur on a forum. IRC ‘friends’ are more apt to help each other out, believe it.
**Why you need Exigo
:** Lossless music tracker extraordinaire. *Stats: 2010-07-04
- — Torrents: 26,608 | Members: 2,369 | Current Alexa Rank: 722,040.
#41 - FSC2009 Rank: #18
FSC was listed at a modest #24 in 2008, then made a slight jump to the 18th most requested invite in 2009. In 2010 FSC barely squeaked its way into the Top 50 at all. We looked everywhere, but found just a handful of invite requests across all boards combined. Why the sudden decline? Simple: People have finally realized that it is unadulterated insanity to expect an FSC invite to be granted through a forum request - it just doesn’t happen.
**Find an invite to FSC
:** Lately, almost nobody requests FSC on public/private forums anymore because of the infinitesimal odds of obtaining an invite in this manner. And there are very, very few remaining FSC members who possess invites on their account; typically how it works is a member will need to submit an excruciating application form your behalf (ie - vouch for you). FSC Recruitment — In the new TPS, there’s a thread here called “FSC Talent Hunt” that offers official recruitment from a FSC community rep. Nothing’s guaranteed, but it’s worth a shot.
**Why you need FSC
:** That’s for you to explain. FSC is an incredibly aged community with active forums & IRC, regularly uploaded special packs, and a request system that can’t be beat. FSC has 5,300 active torrents and 1,894 members.
#42 - HD-Bits.ro2009 Rank: #35
Here’s another tracker that we were somewhat surprised to find in this year’s Top 50. If open signups, an invite app form, and the fact that invite giveaways are everywhere wasn’t enough; we’re shocked there are still people out there who even need to request HD-bits.ro - let alone want in.
**Find an invite to HD-Bits.ro
:** Easy. Even has an application form for those who want to apply directly.
**Why you need HD-Bits.ro
:** You don’t. HD-Bits.ro is in trouble and overrated. Absentee ownership, bouts of lengthy downtime, and a blatant lack of uploaders are causing serious problems for this HD tracker. Indexed just 4,500 torrents back in July, about the same time I left my account to become auto-pruned.
#43 - HD-Torrents.com2009 Rank: #49
Speaking of mediocrity^ there are a lot of so-so HD trackers out there, and there are some real class-acts. HD-Torrents places somewhere in the middle. 10,000 active torrents is nothing to scoff at, we admit. Don’t get us wrong: HDT is a very good HD tracker, but it is not a great one. Overly simplified layout & browse page, and lack of search functionality when compared to HD trackers using nexusphp that have lovely browse categories & icons is HD-Torrents’ achilles heel.
**Find an invite to HD-Torrents
:** Member-class HD Maniac (ie - Power User) and above can receive invites, so there’s quite a few around. Non-members can even donate to get instant access, but be warned - it isn’t cheap (or verified).
**Why you need HD-Torrents
:** Also contains HQ audio/lossless (1,171 torrents) and has releases from encoder group Eureka (287 torrents) and other internal groups Vista and HiDt. Torrent stats (2010-10-31) - 10,080 active on browse.
#44 - Karagarga2009 Rank: #36
Karagarga is actually one of my most favourite trackers of all time; I’d be devastated without it. It’s a niche movie (and OST) tracker for arthouse, film noir, classic cinema, musicals, cult flicks, rarities & foreign films (basically anything non-mainstream). KG continues to grow: The same time last year there were 42,000 active torrents - today the total is 54,000. While XviD/AVI is their mainstay, KG also has over 4,400 active DVDRs and some HD releases, to a lesser extent.
**Find an invite to Karagarga
:** PUs receive, on average, 1 invite to use each week. Karagarga members are a proud bunch, and don’t mind in the slightest to fill an invite request - just as long as you promise to use the tracker. Ask, and ye shall receive.
**Why you need Karagarga
:** Because you can’t find their stuff anywhere else, that’s why. *Stats: 2010-10-31
- — Total Torrents: 85,886 | Members: 27,835.
#45 - LosslessWorld2009 Rank: unlisted
OK, here’s the inside scoop to anyone out there who’s interested in starting up a new music tracker: Music trackers that look pretty tend to offer nothing else, and will ultimately fail (SqN, iPWN). True ratioless music trackers tend to fail. Music trackers that only index scene releases will fail (VIPMusic is the only living exception, based on sheer uploading power and crazy scene connections). Most Romanian music trackers will fail. Music trackers that use shitty sourcecode will fail. Music trackers that attempt to spinoff from other successful music trackers will likely fail. New nondescript general sites will fail. That’s a lot of fail. So, what does it take to win? A niche.
LosslessWorld might be fresh out of the box, but early signs suggest success. Why? LW is a tight community comprised of knowledgeable lossless rippers and uploaders. There’s no flashy logo with a caricature donning a gasmask or a hipster dude wearing a hoodie, but what you will find here are 100% lossless audio rips done by pros. Many of which you really won’t find elsewhere because they’re tagged exclusive:
**Find an invite to LosslessWorld
:** The main reason for the number of invite requests is simply because LW has never been open for registration to the public. There’s recruitment through Waffles.fm in this link (for PUs and up) but it’s unknown if the offer still stands. We checked around our regular haunts, but couldn’t find any other examples.
**Why you need LW
:** Rare FLACs. LosslessWorld doesn’t allow everybody to upload, members need to apply. So far, there’s 130 uploaders (31% of total site members). *Stats: 2010-10-31
- — Torrents: 1,383 | Members: 416.
#46 - nCore.nu2009 Rank: unlisted
First BitHUmen, and now nCore - Hungary’s two top trackers appear in this same toplist. Of these two 0day/scene (general) trackers, BH is considerably more difficult to get into, although this doesn’t take anything away from nCore’s dominating popularity. Ranked #9,103 by Alexa overall, nCore is also rated as Hungary’s 28th most visited website. Big numbers, indeed. But even more impressive are the tracker statistics.
**Find an invite to nCore
:** There’s an option where members can apply for an invite for you, by filling out this form. As well, potential members can apply directly through their login link (Tip: Click [en] and then click “request an invite”) - although this feature is currently disabled. Otherwise, just ask around on your preferred forum.
**Why you need NCore
:** Very impressive numbers. *Stats: 2010-10-27
- — Torrents: 92,644 | Members: 142,494 | Seeders: 1,224,043.
#47 - ScienceHD2009 Rank: unlisted
The thing about ScienceHD is, the members here are especially active and actually appreciate using the tracker. Although there’s fewer than 1,800 members, total seeders on 6K torrents is at a colossal 21,000 — on average each member is seeding 12 torrents at any given time; an astonishing feat for any tracker.
**Find an invite to ScienceHD
:** Due to the low userbase (and lack of official recruitment at other trackers), ScienceHD isn’t the easiest invite to find. However, you can always fill out their invite-app.
**Why you need ScienceHD
:** Self-billed as the Science Tracker, they offer mostly video-related torrents which make up for 87% of all content on the tracker (documentaries, nature, history, art, BBC, science shows). To a lesser degree, there are also magazines, eBooks, audiobooks and other eLearning content (665 torrents). *Stats: 2010-10-31
- — Torrents: 6,000 (5,305 active) | Members: 1,782.
#48 - TranceRoute2009 Rank: #47
The closure earlier this year of EDM tracker Elektronik.ro left a sizable hole in the Trance tracker music scene. Just a couple of years ago there were 4-5 dedicated “trance” trackers; now there’s just two? - TT and TranceRoute. Did TR take advantage of all those stranded members looking for a new home? Not to our knowledge.
**Find an invite to TranceRoute
:** We couldn’t find any recruitment whatsoever (on torrent or tracker forums, or elsewise). No advice.
**Why you need TranceRoute
:** Offers more trance-only music, rather than music covered under the entire EDM umbrella. *Stats: 2010-04-21
- — Torrents (total): 12,469 | Members: 6,300.
#49 - Racing-Underground2009 Rank: unlisted
When it comes to the motorsports torrents, fans need not look any further than to Racing-Underground and FormulaMonkey. Both trackers have a great community who possess their own cappers to capture live races. Content on both trackers is heavily inclined towards F1 races, GP, and lower divisions - although there’s a respectable selection of MotoGP, Nascar and other motorsports (especially on R-U).
**Find an invite to R-U / FM
:** Pretty darn hard trackers to get into; both are perpetually closed for signup and recruitment doesn’t exist anywhere. Best bet is to make a request and hope someone comes to your aid.
**Why you need R-U / FM
:** Racing-Underground: *Stats: 2010-10-31
- — Torrents: 32,634 | Members: 23,832. FormulaMonkey: stats unknown.
#50 - Rmvbusters2009 Rank: unlisted
Online since 2006-03-25 Rmvbusters is a specialized media tracker that caters to shrunken down re-encodes of movies (& some TV) releases using rmvb and/or x264 codec. Traditionally, movies will be between 350MB - 500MB without any loss of visual/audio quality to them. A Polish tracker by nature, Rmvbusters also allures to international users since there’s a healthy selection of English titles to choose from.
**Find an invite to Rmvbusters
:** Almost never open to public registration anymore, but invite giveaways are fairly common.
**Why you need Rmvbusters
:** Great tracker for those who have a small ISP bandwidth cap. Tons of packs & freeleech torrents make it an easy tracker to maintain a good ratio on.
2009 Trackers That Didn’t Make the Cut
Trackers that appeared in the 2009 list, but were bumped out of the Top 50 of 2010 include:
- • Elektronik.ro — Offline.
- • SceneTorrents (ScT) — Offline.
- • SceneLife (ScL) — Now exists as SceneXpress (listed)
- • TTi.nu — Still popular as ever, but invites are seldom requested by English.
- • TheDVDClub — Has had frequent periods of open registration.
- • STMusic.org — Offline.
- • TS-Tracker — Almost made the list, but didn’t quite.
- • TheVault.bz — Various periods of open signups all year long.
- • XBox-Sky.cc — Not sure why invite requests have dwindled, but they have.
- • AOM — Casual, flippant requests are not fulfilled, and not common anymore.
- • MMA-Tracker.net/.org — We found but one request.
- • SceneSound — Offline.
- • FTWR.in — Offline.
- • iPlay.ro — Began to offer ‘trial accounts’ via open-reg (and still does).
- • NTorrents — pwnnetwork.net is their new tracker.
Removed for being spam.
Wow. You really went there with e?
Whilst we’re going there, why don’t we just name all those trackers that would prefer their names withdrawn?
nice one, fsf
^ You act like this is the first time we’ve said “Exigo”. Do a FSF site-search before making silly comments like that.
@SGIUH: Yeah, you’re right, this place should follow the rest of the n00bs who think using asterisks in a trackers name give it some kind of “security”. For fuck’s sake, everyone knows that E and E**** stand for Exigo, stop being such n00bs and playing silly games.
E**** does NOT allow trading, please don’t spread lies to other people!
RU is famous ^_^
Too bad you forgot LastTorrents.org who meanwhile became one of the best 0day tracker with a large content (over 39000 torrents) exceptional peers and over 180,000 users. Charged probably because free registration. Filelist.ro is unfortunately more full of malicious content and design reminiscent of early p2p. Once they are no longer on the charts, even in Romania. Too bad …
@Don, u’r f#ck up…so stfu u noob , and read before posting! thats why people like u put a bad name on u’r country!
this list isn’t for the best, the worst or the l33t, it is for the most requested, a tracker can be anything, but if it is requested, it is on the list.
Don’t misread “most requested” with “best”
” XBox-Sky.cc — Not sure why invite requests have dwindled, but they have.” Xbox-Sky has no invites, just open regs every couple months, we some times get games before The Scene OR P2P gets them, last year, we got that Madden football game before The Scene/P2P got it. The main activity goes on over on IRC.
stats on FSC are way off
Registered users: 4,394
@ Anonanon — Wrong - You’re going by their homepage (index.php) stats. I’m going by browse.php (ie - active torrents) and forum stats (which reports current enabled users on the tracker). As every member well knows, FSC’s “member count” (as reported on the home link) includes deleted accounts. If you read their forums, you’d know this.
why some fucking tracker always want to hide their name. security ? shit for this !
I don’t see Digitalhive listed anywhere. Why is digitalhive nowhere listed? Is it that much of a shitty tracker?
Just because a tracker’s not listed doesn’t mean it’s shitty. Look how many shitty trackers are already on this list. The best ones aren’t even listed!
Oh I forgot to say: EXIGO EXIGO EXIGO. Wow, will a kitten die now that I mentioned their “secret” name?
Exigo , what the fuck is Exigo all about
Oh, man! You guys just had to go and ruin it, didn’t you? Until now the FBI was looking for a site called E***** and getting nothing but 404 errors. Now they know what to look for. You assholes!
Are you kidding?
I just noticed that there’s a section on Exigo’s forums for trading invites.
Made me lol
… …Don’t be fooled by ScienceHD . NOT science .
more docus are posted daily on usenet , filehosts
When you …… finally do get in.
It’s %90 scifi and entertainment. eg.. Stargate universe , Fringe, heroes ect……
mostly stuff you can get EVERYWHERE else without the 72 hour seed. Which is always needed.
MOST over seeded site EVER.
DON’T think that means , that torrents have lot’s of seeds….. they dont. most I ever seen is 20 seeders (that is rarely high on SHD) usually 1- 3 seeds per torrent.
My point is , Don’t waste your time looking for an invite to SHD. You will be disappointed.
The rules that MOULD the site , it’s CONTENT and it’s user experiance are not good.
The site itself has an awfull search box. Actually multiple search boxes. WAY over the top and truly un-needed. NEVER seen a search like it anywhere. FOR GOOD REASON.
It could AiM to be the best .. Science (docu / Elearning torrent) tracker EVER…
But no. NEVER has the site grown. The Rules are just fundementaly wrong and they know it.
what ruck say is so true, no progress at all at shd
“I just noticed that there’s a section on Exigo’s forums for trading invites.”
Back in the day, trading was how everyone got everywhere. Trading was actually encouraged. I think KG also still has a trading section.
This is something most people forget or are too new to know.
sciencehd isn’t bad at all..its just a tightly niche community. They also have exclusives that nobody else has. if they do please show some proof? I cant find any exclusives outside of that site. It is what it is. If you think it can be better then bring it to their attention
I’m surprised Xtremespeeds.net hasn’t got a mention yet over 50,000 members all uploaders torrents are on seedboxes overall great genreal tracker
ST Music is not offline. It has merged with Super Torrents, the sister site.
Dunno, seems http://stmusic.org is offline if you asked me.
SeX is a major joke
all junky trackers !.
all above sucks.
@TimTom: what part of “merged with SuperTorrents” didn’t you get?
actually HDChina is much harder to get in than CHDbits in china
Scihd is an awesome tracker, lots of exclusives, great staff, and the tagging system is great, meaning searches are excellent.
I really don’t know how you came to that conclusion.
Screens for every video torrent, pdf’s from prominent sci,scifi writers, and staff that are extremely dedicated and friendly.
I’ve been a member on maybe 15-20 trackers, and it’s the only one apart from SCC I found worthwhile.
‘It could aim to be the best’…… it IS the best, comparable to MVG, only better.
It should be mentioned that Usenet and Filehosts are not free, and finding the same files on those services holds no relevance to the quality of the tracker.
@ANON what part of “seems http://stmusic.org is offline” didn’t you get?
Clicking the link takes you to a test page. Seems the idiot sysop merged the two sites to save money and further fleece his users out of their hard earned money, as he has always done.
@JOLLY Usenet is free, Google “free usenet”
definition of Exclusive - limiting or limited to possession, control, or use by a single individual or group
@LOL: you’re just as stupid as TimTom, I guess. What part of “merged with SuperTorrents” don’t you understand? There used to be 2 sites, then they merged into one. Neither one disappeared, they’re both still there, but under the main site’s url. Whether you like or dislike the site doesn’t change that. You seem to have a grudge against them… My guess is that they don’t like stupid people, so they banned you.
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@ANON: I, along with most of the staff and uploaders, and other sensible users left SuperTorrents quite some time ago when it was shown that ersan was not using donations for site costs, which were inflated to begin with, but his own personal gain. Perhaps you were too young to remember the mass exodus from SuperTorrents, or perhaps we who left were too stupid for SuperTorrents.
And, did you even bother clicking the link stmusic.org, it is indeed offline. Whether it merged with SuperTorrents or not is irrelevant as the site that was once stmusic is no more.
@LOL: Stmusic does still exist, though… it’s a part of Supertorrents now. You do know that sites change url’s all the time, don’t you?. You seem a bit slow.
Just because you’re a disgruntled ex-staffer/member doesn’t change the fact that the site is still there, albeit merged with another site. Get over your butthurt and move on already.
Where is Seedmore.org? it is a great tracker!
exigo is a flac tracker fyi.
Just wanted to thank Sharky for putting the list together year after year. It’s pretty amazing how some people here take such offense to where certain trackers get listed. I don’t think a list of the top 50 abortion clinics would generate as much controversy as this list does.
Take it for what it is people, the most requested trackers, that’s all. Somebody mentioned DigitalHive which is a great tracker, great times, selection, peers/leechers but not hard to get into so not on the list. At this point NO trackers are secret. Within two minutes you can find info on any tracker if you search.
Keep up the good work FSF team
@ANON: Are you retarded? That is all.
@Confused: Hahaha…. Ok then, have it your way. You keep on being butthurt, and I’ll keep on making fun of clueless idiots like you
Requests for invitations are made here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/FileLi…22407611146266
@ 12 Nov 2010 — 5:25 AM (GMT+ 2) –> 42626 Torrents on Filelist.ro
I guess people don’t that much about CN or w*gor**t ? fine by me.
Ok if you can’t get into some of these Top Sites then you might wanna try http://dragons-dungeon.com They are going invite only soon!! To be honest they can’t beat some of these Top Sites on SOME of there pretimes but they are DAMN close. Really what do you have to lose sign up and check them out. If you don’t like them then don’t return but if you sign up you’ll will find they are very very close to TL ups and don’t have as much pressure as you’ll find at some of these Top Sites. I actually use this site to leech off of and use it as a supplier for my site shhh pmsl. I seed then use the bonus points for my upload credit can’t beat it lmao. Don’t hate on me please I am just trying to help some people out that might be trying to supply there tracker with torrents
Dizzee Rascal Says:
#029 • dante Says: 03.11.10 at 1:11 am
SeX is a major joke
Can u please explain y?…………
Sammie, that tracker doesnt exist =X
Where is vibes.fm? Ultra hard to get in..
PTN Sucks Says:
Ok PTN has to be one of the most over rated sites, most of their torrents have low seeds, shitty amount of torrents compared to most other sites. I had an account there and just let it get disabled.
Filelist.ro has over 55000 torrents
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