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    Thrashing to The Hu (Mongolian folk metal)

    I have been enjoying these songs for a few months. Good beat. The music is masculine-- no glam. (I mean you gotta have balls the size of Mongolia to have enough testosterone to sing that deep.) Good landscape. Hell, I want to take up horse archery and conquer the world listening to this.






    Last edited by RJB; 06-22-2019 at 07:55 PM.



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    Here is a different group combining bagpipes and throat singing.


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    One of my great grand fathers was Mongolian. He had a strange musical instrument that I was under strict orders not to touch he said females were not allowed to touch it. I don't actually know if it is true that females were not allowed to touch it of if I was told that so that I would stay away from it. I really wanted to play it though. I love the music and the warrior lyrics. WOW

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    These Mongolian boys are really bad.

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    Are they Russian, or are they Chinese?

    It's hard to tell.
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    Krigsgaldr

    Min Warb Naseu
    Wilr Made Thaim
    I Bormotha Hauni
    Hu War
    Hu War Opkam Har a Hit Lot
    Got Nafiskr Orf
    Auim Suimade
    Foki Afa Galande
    What am I supposed to do
    If I want to talk about peace and understanding
    But you only understand the language of the sword
    What if I want to make you understand that the path you chose leads to downfall
    But you only understand the language of the sword
    What if I want to tell you to leave me and my beloved ones in peace
    But you only understand the language of the sword
    I let the blade do the talking...
    So my tongue shall become iron
    And my words the mighty roar of war
    Revealing my divine angerīs arrow shall strike
    All action for the good of all
    I see my reflection in your eyes
    But my new age has just begun
    The sword is soft
    In the fire of the furnace
    It hungers to be hit
    And wants to have a hundred sisters
    In the coldest state of their existence
    They may dance the maddest
    In the morass of the red rain
    Beloved brother enemy
    I sing my sword song for you
    The lullaby of obliteration
    So I can wake up with a smile
    And bliss in my heart
    And bliss in my heart
    And bliss in my heart
    Coexistence, Conflict, combat
    Devastation, regeneration, transformation
    That is the best I can do for you
    I see a grey gloom on the horizon
    That promises a powerful sun to rise
    To melt away all moons
    It will make the old fires of purification
    Look like dying embers
    Look like dying embers
    Look like dying embers
    Min Warb Naseu
    Wilr Made Thaim
    I Bormotha Hauni
    Hu War
    Hu War Opkam Har a Hit Lot
    Got Nafiskr Orf
    Auim Suimade
    Foki Afa Galande
    Hu War
    Hu War Opkam Har a Hit Lot
    Ylir Men Aero Their
    Era Mela Os



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    @Anti Federalist

    Did you see the comment that said their foreskin grew back after listening to this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Working Poor View Post
    @Anti Federalist

    Did you see the comment that said their foreskin grew back after listening to this?
    HAHAHAHAHHA I did see that!

    That was one of many epic comments on Heilung's videos:



    As an Anglo-Saxon, I am suddenly concerned for the safety of my coastal monasteries.
    I listened to this song and I grew a beard

    I’m a teenage girl wtf
    After listening to this song, I went outside naked and threw a torch at my neighbors house. and set my mailbox on fire. Geico was not amused...

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    Mongolians have come a long way from the days of Genghis Khan.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

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    That's the anthem that I didn't know I had!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post


    Krigsgaldr

    Min Warb Naseu
    Wilr Made Thaim
    I Bormotha Hauni
    Hu War
    Hu War Opkam Har a Hit Lot
    Got Nafiskr Orf
    Auim Suimade
    Foki Afa Galande
    What am I supposed to do
    If I want to talk about peace and understanding
    But you only understand the language of the sword
    What if I want to make you understand that the path you chose leads to downfall
    But you only understand the language of the sword
    What if I want to tell you to leave me and my beloved ones in peace
    But you only understand the language of the sword
    I let the blade do the talking...
    So my tongue shall become iron
    And my words the mighty roar of war
    Revealing my divine angerīs arrow shall strike
    All action for the good of all
    I see my reflection in your eyes
    But my new age has just begun
    The sword is soft
    In the fire of the furnace
    It hungers to be hit
    And wants to have a hundred sisters
    In the coldest state of their existence
    They may dance the maddest
    In the morass of the red rain
    Beloved brother enemy
    I sing my sword song for you
    The lullaby of obliteration
    So I can wake up with a smile
    And bliss in my heart
    And bliss in my heart
    And bliss in my heart
    Coexistence, Conflict, combat
    Devastation, regeneration, transformation
    That is the best I can do for you
    I see a grey gloom on the horizon
    That promises a powerful sun to rise
    To melt away all moons
    It will make the old fires of purification
    Look like dying embers
    Look like dying embers
    Look like dying embers
    Min Warb Naseu
    Wilr Made Thaim
    I Bormotha Hauni
    Hu War
    Hu War Opkam Har a Hit Lot
    Got Nafiskr Orf
    Auim Suimade
    Foki Afa Galande
    Hu War
    Hu War Opkam Har a Hit Lot
    Ylir Men Aero Their
    Era Mela Os

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    I have been enjoying these songs for a few months. Good beat. The music is masculine-- no glam. (I mean you gotta have balls the size of Mongolia to have enough testosterone to sing that deep.) Good landscape. Hell, I want to take up horse archery and conquer the world listening to this.

    Hell, just the lyrics alone are worth it...listened a bunch more and downloaded it.

    Nice to see another group of strong men who apparently don't want their history and ethnicity and culture and accomplishments washed away in the great gray flood of polyglot, egalitarian, mindless, New World Order Idiocracy of 21st century humanity.

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    Wardruna and Aurora - Helvegen


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    Before I moved to another state, I hunted with bows and arrows that I made. For me it's not just liberty that counts, but wildness that's in us. I don't want to be tamed. On another thread someone said we could easily import 1 billion people in this country and still be comfortable. F- that! Sheep can live in cramped spaces. A wolf needs room to roam.

    I would have been with the Indian to keep out the mountain man. I would have been with the mountain man to keep out the ranchers. I would have been with the ranchers to keep out the city folk. The globalists want to kill that desire of the wild.

    This thread of tribal styled music definitely speaks to that.

    BTW, I am glad you are enjoying this thread AF. About 25 years ago I heard that Outlaws song Green Grass and High Tides while on a long road trip. I liked it but couldn't find the name of it, and the rest of their music didn't catch my attention. Then you posted it. Now that song is my go to when starting a creative project. So thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Hell, just the lyrics alone are worth it...listened a bunch more and downloaded it.

    Nice to see another group of strong men who apparently don't want their history and ethnicity and culture and accomplishments washed away in the great gray flood of polyglot, egalitarian, mindless, New World Order Idiocracy of 21st century humanity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    BTW, I am glad you are enjoying this thread AF. About 25 years ago I heard that Outlaws song Green Grass and High Tides while on a long road trip. I liked it but couldn't find the name of it, and the rest of their music didn't catch my attention. Then you posted it. Now that song is my go to when starting a creative project. So thanks!
    You are more than welcome, glad that I was able to make that contribution.

    In fact, for those who don't know....


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    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    Before I moved to another state, I hunted with bows and arrows that I made. For me it's not just liberty that counts, but wildness that's in us. I don't want to be tamed. On another thread someone said we could easily import 1 billion people in this country and still be comfortable. F- that! Sheep can live in cramped spaces. A wolf needs room to roam.

    I would have been with the Indian to keep out the mountain man. I would have been with the mountain man to keep out the ranchers. I would have been with the ranchers to keep out the city folk. The globalists want to kill that desire of the wild.

    This thread of tribal styled music definitely speaks to that.
    Agreed 100%

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    Finally got around to listening to the HU.

    I'm ready to mount a Steppes pony and conquer a continent.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Join, my brother.

    We shall vanquish our enemies, quaff ale from elk's horns, and be rewarded as Odin guides us to Valhalla's sacred halls!
    I think both of us were born in the wrong century. Or perhaps reincarnated from another. This mewling indecisiveness is killing me. I hold more in common with the American flag wavers in Hong Kong than I do with the flag burners here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Is that great stuff or what?
    Absolutely! Heilung is killing me too. I have more in common with those Mongolians than I do with most Americunts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    I think both of us were born in the wrong century. Or perhaps reincarnated from another. This mewling indecisiveness is killing me. I hold more in common with the American flag wavers in Hong Kong than I do with the flag burners here.
    No. $#@!ing. $#@!.

    I thought the very same thing this afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    People are thirsty for this, they really are.

    They sense something very wrong, and want to re-connect with the past, so as to plan a future.
    Everything is relative, Here's something that should be taken to heart...

    "What the people wanted was a government which would provide a comfortable life for them, and with this as the foremost object ideas of freedom and self-reliance and service to the community were obscured to the point of disappearing. Athens was more and more looked on as a co-operative business, possessed of great wealth, in which all citizens had a right to share... Athens had reached the point of rejecting independence, and the freedom she now wanted was freedom from responsibility. There could be only one result... Responsibility was the price every man must pay for freedom. It was to be had on no other terms"

    -- Edith Hamilton in "The Echo of Greece" (1957).

    I only wish that I was a 20-30 yr. old with my beliefs. I fear I might not be around for the eventual awakening. Because it will have to happen, The Soviet eventually failed. So to will this Republic. Because there is no Republic anymore. It's only a matter of time. But, I don't know if it will be in our lifetime.

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