Favorite songs in a language you can't understand.

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    years and years ago i got a bunch of Huun Huur Tu albums, and they had some really amazing music.

    there's great stuff in all their albums, but i love their collaboration with a Bulgarian choir:


    also love this old video of Huun Huur Tu members singing with Kongar-ol Ondar:


    and Ondar on David Letterman is a classic too:
     
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    Hell, most of Rammstein, Megaherz, and Eisbrecher's library.
     
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    i prefer languages that don’t exist

    edit: just for hahas, from the best album of 1999

     
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    Great choice, one of my favourite ‘Later With Jools Holland’ discoveries...
     
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    Hey cousin! Want to go bowling?
     
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    There's an English version of that one. I think Tarantino used it as the end credits song for "death proof".

     
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