Hurd discography

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Hurd discography

Hurd rehearsing in their Ulan Bator studio in 2009. From left to right : D.Otgonbayar, D.Ganbayar, N.Naranbaatar, D.Tömörtsog.
Releases
Studio albums 7
Live albums 1
Video albums 2

This is a discography of the Mongolian heavy metal band Hurd.

Studio albums[edit]

The Best Collection I[edit]

The Best Collection I
Studio album by Hurd
Released 1997
Recorded 1993-1995, Sonor Studio, Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Genre Heavy metal
Length 62:15

The Best Collection I is Hurd's debut album. Recorded between the years of 1993-1995, and released along with The Best Collection II, it is considered to be one of the first heavy metal albums in Mongolian music history. It contains such hit songs as Chimeegüi irekh durlal, Saikhan büsgüi and Eejdee, which are hugely popular among Mongolian music lovers, and are frequently included in the live set.

5 songs from The Best Collection I were re-arranged and played acoustically during the 1998 Unplugged concert.

Hurd released their first music video for Chono, where the band is seen playing the song near an abandoned factory. It also contains numerous battle scenes from a 1945 movie about Tsogt Taij. It is told that the band members grew quickly tired and behaved impatiently during the filming, as they were not yet familiar with the process.

Mongolian traditional music instruments were used for the recording of Bakharkhal, most notably the Morin khuur. This song is among the first in a long list of patriotic songs written by Hurd.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Transliterated title Length
1. "Чоно"   Kh.Lkhagvasuren Dambyn Ganbayar Chono 4:51
2. "Алив бос"   R.Münkhsaikhan D.Ganbayar Aliv bos 4:42
3. "Нар сар"   L.Enkh-Amgalan T.Naranbaatar Nar sar 5:29
4. "Чимээгүй ирэх дурлал"   N.Khongor Dambyn Otgonbayar Chimeegüi irekh durlal 3:39
5. "Сэрүүн бухимдал"   P.Kherlen D.Otgonbayar Serüün bukhimdal 7:49
6. "Залуу нас"   B.Luvsanjurmed D.Otgonbayar Zaluu nas 4:31
7. "Эх орны төлөө"   L.Tümürbat D.Otgonbayar Ekh orny tölöö 6:33
8. "Сайхан бүсгүй"   Kh.Davaadash Sangaagiin Ishkhüü, D.Otgonbayar Saikhan büsgüi 4:54
9. "Өөрийгөө би"   L.Enkh-Amgalan T.Naranbaatar Ööriigöö bi 3:54
10. "Ээждээ"   D.Boldbaatar S.Ishkhüü, Namsraijavyn Naranbaatar Eejdee 4:25
11. "Бахархал"   A.Zandangarav D.Ganbayar Bakharkhal 6:23
12. "Шартаж үхлээ"   B.Galsansukh D.Otgonbayar Shartaj ükhlee 5:05

Additional personnel

  • S.Ishkhüü - keyboards
  • Kh.Bayarbold - technician
  • A.Bayarmagnai - technician

The Best Collection II[edit]

The Best Collection II
Studio album by Hurd
Released 1997
Recorded 1993-1995, Sonor Studio, Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Genre Heavy metal
Length 59:27

The Best Collection II is Hurd's second studio album. It was recorded and released in conjunction with The Best Collection I, and as a result the two albums are sometimes seen together as a double album.

Compared to its counterpart, the style and lyrical theme of The Best Collection II is somewhat darker (dealing with night, darkness, fear, cemetery, ...), and the songs are rather fast paced, with Khar darsan züüd being one of the fastest songs in Hurd's repertoire.

The hugely successful Tsergiin bodol ("Soldier's Thoughts") is considered a classic and allowed the band to reach celebrity. The song was written by Dambyn Ganbold in 1978, while he was in military service, his fellow soldiers helping him up on the lyrics. [1] It is told that, during a performance in an all-star concert, Hurd had a 3 song setlist that included Tsergiin bodol, but under popular demand they ended up playing the song three times in a row. Other famous songs from the album include Baga nas, Zurag shig büsgüi and Nulimsaa tevch'ye.

Hurd's 1998 Unplugged acoustic concert includes no less than 8 songs from The Best Collection II.

With a few modifications, the melody in "Sokhor Nomin" was later reused in 2001's "Ueg Sons" (from Myangan Jild Gants.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Transliterated title Length
1. "Болтугай"   N.Chuluunbaatar Dambyn Otgonbaatar Boltugai 4:05
2. "Хар дарсан зүүд"   R.Münkhsaikhan D.Ganbayar Khar darsan züüd 3:59
3. "Сохор номин"   P.Kherlen D.Otgonbayar Sokhor nomin 4:17
4. "Бага нас"   T.Bat-orgil D.Otgonbayar Baga nas 6:38
5. "Цэргийн бодол"   D.Ganbold D.Ganbold Tsergiin bodol 4:40
6. "Хэрээ мэд"   B.Luvsanjurmed D.Otgonbayar Kheree med 3:51
7. "Харанхуй"   D.Banzragch D.Otgonbayar Kharankhui 4:20
8. "Зураг шиг бүсгүй"   D.Amgalan, D.Otgonbaatar S.Ishkhüü, D.Otgonbayar Zurag shig büsgüi 4:40
9. "Миний дайсан"   B.Luvsanjurmed D.Otgonbayar Minii daisan 3:34
10. "Нулимсаа тэвчье"   S.Ishkhüü D.Otgonbayar Nulimsaa tevch'ye 5:18
11. "Булш"   P.Kherlen D.Otgonbayar Bulsh 6:27
12. "Миний Монгол"   B.Galsansükh D.Ganbayar Minii Mongol 4:01
13. "Шөнө"   Sh.Mönkhbat D.Ganbayar Shönö 3:37

Additional personnel

  • S.Ishkhüü - keyboards
  • Kh.Bayarbold - technician
  • A.Bayarmagnai - technician

Ödör Shönö[edit]

Ödör Shönö
Өдөр шөнө
Studio album by Hurd
Released 1999
Recorded 1998-1999, Ulan Bator, Mongolia except for "Tanygaa dursana" intro, recorded sometime between 1978 and 1980
Genre Heavy metal
Length 71:45

Ödör Shönö (Mongolian: Өдөр шөнө, "day and night") is Hurd's third studio album.

It is the only album where the band has changed its name to "Erel-Hurd", the album being the beginning of their 8-year partnership with Erel company. The name "Erel-Hurd" also appears on the compilation cassette Shildeg duu from that same era.

Tanygaa dursana was written by D.Ganbold, who also authored the hugely successful Tsergiin bodol from The Best Collection II. The track contains some early recording of D.Ganbold singing Tsergiin bodol.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Transliterated title Length
1. "Дүлий хорвоо"   T.Erdenetsogt D.Otgonbayar Dülii khorvoo 3:54
2. "Гүйдэлтэй газар"   J.Batsükh D.Otgonbayar Güideltei gazar 3:55
3. "Чи минь байгаа болхоор"   Sh.Jargalsaikhan D.Otgonbayar Chi min' baigaa bolkhoor 4:12
4. "Сүнс залрахуй"       Süns zalrakhui 4:54
5. "Хоёулаа үгүй"   T.Erdenetsogt D.Otgonbayar Khoyulaa ügüi 3:39
6. "Жаргалтай нүдэнд нулимс зохихгүй"   D.Otgonbayar D.Otgonbayar Jargaltai nüdend nulims zokhikhgüi 3:23
7. "Аян замд"   T.Erdenetsogt D.Otgonbayar Ayan zamd 5:23
8. "Ээж минь"   D.Otgonbaatar D.Otgonbaatar Eej min' 4:55
9. "Цагаан шонхор"   B.Galsansükh D.Ganbayar Tsagaan shonkhor 5:13
10. "Тэр цаг"   P.Kherlen D.Otgonbayar Ter tsag 4:27
11. "Уур хилэн"   D.Otgonbaatar D.Otgonbayar Uur khilen 5:03
12. "Аавдаа би хайртай"   I.Chilaajav S.Ishkhüü Aavdaa bi khairtai 5:16
13. "Өдөр шөнө"   D.Otgonbaatar D.Otgonbaatar Ödör shönö 4:05
14. "Ханьдаа дуулъя"   R.Gerel D.Otgonbayar Khan'daa duulya 4:46
15. "Таныгаа дурсана"   D.Ganbold D.Ganbold Tanygaa dursana 4:24
16. "Урагшаа"   B.Luvsanjurmed N.Naranbaatar Uragshaa 3:56

The Best Collection III[edit]

The Best Collection III
Studio album by Hurd
Released 2001
Recorded 1993-1998, Chugu Studio, RITM Studio, Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Length 56:54

The Best Collection III is an album by Hurd, composed of various B-sides and previously unreleased songs.

Ekh oron features late B.Damchaa, a famous mongolian actor. Khamag Mongol features pop singer Sarantuya and former Chingis Khaan singer D.Jargalsaikhan.

Ekh oron, Manlailan devegchiin duu and Bi Mongoltoigoo adilkhan were released as a single in 1999. Züüdend irsen eej was released in 1999 as a B-side to the Aavdaa bi khairtai/Bayangol düüregtee örgökh duu single, while Shine jil was released later in 2001 on Myangan Jild Gants.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Transliterated title Length
1. "Эх орон" (featuring B.Damchaa) Kh.Chilaajav D.Ganbayar, D.Otgonbayar Ekh oron 5:04
2. "Буцааж нэхэхгүй хайр"   Kh.Chilaajav S.Ishkhüü Butsaaj nekhekhgüi khair 5:13
3. "Төөрөг"   B.Galsansükh D.Otgonbayar Töörög 5:32
4. "Зүүдэнд ирсэн ээж"   Kh.Davaadash S.Ishkhüü Züüdend irsen eej 3:44
5. "Манлайлан дэвэгчийн дуу"   D.Danzan D.Otgonbayar Manlailan devegchiin duu 5:34
6. "Би Монголтойгоо адилхан"   Sh.Gürbazar L.Balkhjav Bi Mongoltoigoo adilkhan 5:56
7. "Алтан нутаг"   D.Törbat D.Otgonbayar Altan nutag 4:18
8. "Шинэ жил"   Kh.Chilaajav D.Otgonbayar Shine jil 4:09
9. "Эцэг өвгөдийн нутаг"   Ubaa G.Pürevdorj Etseg övgödiin nutag 6:26
10. "Би аавтай хүн"   Chinzorig L.Balkhjav Bi aavtai khün 5:44
11. "Хамаг Монгол" (featuring Sarantuya and D.Jargalsaikhan) Kh.Chilaajav D.Otgonbayar Khamag Mongol 5:14

Myangan Jild Gants[edit]

Myangan Jild Gants
Мянган жилд ганц
Studio album by Hurd
Released 2001
Recorded 1993-2001, RITM Studio, Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Genre Heavy metal, Nu metal
Length 72:02

Myangan Jild Gants (Mongolian: Мянган жилд ганц, "once in a thousand years") is Hurd's fourth studio album.

In this album, besides their usual rock ballads and heavy metal songs, Hurd has made their first attempts of writing nu metal material. That can be attested by such songs as Üg sons or Gar utas, as some of the singing is rapped and there is some use of turntables.

Khelekh n' khegjüün is the fastest and also the shortest song in all of Hurd's catalog. Shine jil is an outtake from the Best Collection sessions and previously appeared on The Best Collection 3.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Transliterated title Length
1. "Хүн"   Bayandalai D.Otgonbayar Khün 4:31
2. "Атаархал"   Bayandalai D.Otgonbayar Ataarkhal 5:54
3. "Бүсгүй"   Kh.Chilaajav S.Ishkhüü Büsgüi 5:00
4. "Өнгөрсөн шөнө"     D.Ganbayar Öngörsön shönö 4:15
5. "Та"   Sumya D.Otgonbayar Ta 5:08
6. "Чамайгаа үнсье"   Khishigjargal D.Otgonbayar Chamaigaa üns'ye 3:41
7. "13 ааш"   Sumya D.Otgonbayar 13 aash 4:33
8. "Үг сонс"     D.Otgonbaatar Üg sons 4:42
9. "Очиж чадаагүй"   Gerel D.Ganbayar Ochij chadaagüi 4:25
10. "Яалаа ийлээ"   Kh.Chilaajav T.Naranbaatar Yaalaa iilee 4:25
11. "Шинэ жил"   Kh.Chilaajav D.Otgonbayar Shine jil 4:08
12. "Санаж байна"     S.Ishkhüü Sanaj baina 5:20
13. "Ганцаардал"   Sumya D.Otgonbayar Gantsaardal 4:52
14. "Гар утас"   Kh.Chilaajav D.Otgonbayar Gar utas 3:43
15. "Үнэгүй юм"   Bayandalai D.Otgonbayar Ünegüi yum 5:16
16. "Хэлэх нь хэгжүүн"   Sumya D.Otgonbayar Khelekh n' khegjüün 2:09

Additional personnel

  • Kh.Nergüi - engineering, mixing
  • Kh.Bayarbold - technician
  • B.Batbayar - technician
  • B.Bat-Erdene - technician
  • N.Byambadorj - technician

Mongold Törsön[edit]

Mongold Törsön
Монголд төрсөн
Studio album by Hurd
Released 2004
Recorded 2003, Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Genre Hard rock, Rock and roll
Length 74:50

Mongold Törsön (Mongolian: Монголд төрсөн, "born in Mongolia") is Hurd's fifth studio album.

According to the bands comments in the Enhanced CD section, they wanted to make a softer sounding album and try out different rock music genres. For the first time, Hurd has written songs in rock and roll style. Also notable is the collaboration with hip-hop artists Ice Top, Digital and 2 Khüü on Sain muu. Nutag min' ünertdeg features two famious mongolian wrestling champions G.Ösökhbayar and D.Mönkh-Erdene.

The band also comments that Mongold Törsön was specially dedicated to all the mongolians living abroad. Indeed, the overarching theme of the album is family, homeland, and national pride.

In 2004, Hurd's tour supporting Mongold Törsön in Inner Mongolia was cancelled, as reportedly the Chinese authorities feared civil unrest. [2]

The song Rock n' roll was later retitled to Namaig toogoogüi büsgüid bayar khürgeye (Намайг тоогоогүй бүсгүйд баяр хүргэе).

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Transliterated title Length
1. "Монголд төрсөн юм"   P.Kherlen D.Otgonbayar Mongold törsön yum 4:31
2. "Нулимс дуслахгүй хайр"   D.Chimgee, P.Kherlen D.Otgonbaatar Nulims duslakhgüi khair 4:49
3. "Хүлээсэн сэтгэл"   P.Enkhbaatar S.Ishkhüü Khüleesen setgel 4:54
4. "Даанч дэндүү"   Kh.Chilaajav D.Otgonbayar Daanch dendüü 4:12
5. "Хайрын сарнай"   Sh.Gürbazar, J.Batsükh D.Otgonbayar Khairyn sarnai 4:22
6. "Бүүвэй аялна"   Sh.Gürbazar L.Balkhjav Büüvei ayalna 5:19
7. "Rock n' roll"   Kh.Chilaajav T.Naranbaatar   4:11
8. "Хүү нь гомдоогүй"   Sh.Gürbazar L.Balkhjav Khüü n' gomdoogüi 6:16
9. "Нутаг минь үнэртдэг" (featuring G.Ösökhbayar and D.Mönkh-Erdene) J.Mönkhbat B.Ganbold Nutag min' ünertdeg 4:18
10. "Би дурлаж байна"   Sh.Gürbazar D.Otgonbayar Bi durlaj baina 3:50
11. "Ээж хайрхан"     D.Otgonbayar Eej khairkhan 5:07
12. "Сайн муу" (featuring Ice Top, Digital and 2 Khuu) Ice Top, Digital, 2 Khuu D.Otgonbayar Sain muu 4:25
13. "Харуусал"   S.Erdene S.Ishkhüü Kharuusal 5:31
14. "Хэзээ ч битгий"   P.Kherlen D.Otgonbaatar Khezee ch bitgii 4:41
15. "Манайд ирээрэй"       Manaid ireerei 3:56
16. "Монголоороо гоёдог"   Sh.Gürbazar D.Otgonbayar Mongolooroo goyodog 4:31

Züirlekh Argagüi[edit]

Züirlekh Argagüi
Зүйрлэх аргагүй
Studio album by Hurd
Released 2005
Recorded 2004, RITM Studio, Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Genre Heavy metal, Rock and roll
Length 76:12

Züirlekh Argagüi (Mongolian: Зүйрлэх аргагүй, "uncomparable") is Hurd's sixth studio album.

Nüüdliin kino teatr bears a resemblance to the song "Turn Things Around" by the Australian singer-songwriter Ana Christensen, originally released in 1990 on her album Brave New World.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Transliterated title Length
1. "Алаг нүдэн"   T.Erdenetsogt D.Otgonbaatar Alag nüden 3:56
2. "Энд нэг л биш ээ"   B.Oidov D.Otgonbayar End neg l bish ee 3:05
3. "Яг л чам шиг"   Sükhzorig D.Otgonbayar Yag l cham shig 5:48
4. "Зэвүүн харц"   B.Oidov, P.Kherlen D.Otgonbaatar Zevüün kharts 4:16
5. "Алт"   B.Oidov D.Otgonbaatar Alt 4:33
6. "Зөрөөд өнгөрсөн бүсгүй"     D.Otgonbayar Zörööd öngörsön büsgüi 4:31
7. "Намуухан орчлон"   T.Erdenetsogt D.Otgonbayar Namuukhan orchlon 5:36
8. "Ер бусын сүм"   T.Erdenetsogt D.Otgonbaatar Yer busyn süm 4:03
9. "Би дуртай"   Ts.Khulan D.Otgonbaatar Bi durtai 4:41
10. "Цоглог оюутан"   B.Oidov D.Otgonbayar Tsoglog oyutan 4:10
11. "Би амьдарч чадна"   B.Oidov D.Otgonbayar Bi am'darch chadna 5:04
12. "Тоотой санагдах юм"   Kh.Purev S.Ishkhüü Tootoi sanagdakh yum 6:46
13. "Зүйрлэх аргагүй"   Kh.Chilaajav D.Otgonbayar Züirlekh argagüi 4:03
14. "Нүүдлийн кино театр"   B.Oidov D.Otgonbayar Nüüdliin kino teatr 5:22
15. "Хонгор сэтгэл"   B.Bayandalai D.Otgonbayar Khongor setgel 5:32
16. "Хөгшин атаман"   B.Oidov D.Otgonbaatar Khögshin ataman 4:46

Additional personnel

  • D.Lkhagvaa - technician
  • N.Bondoo - technician

Khairyn Salkhi[edit]

Khairyn Salkhi
Хайрын салхи
Studio album by Hurd
Released 2013 (with Black Box boxset)
Recorded 2009-2010, Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Genre Hard rock, Rock and roll
Length 53:53

In November 2009, the band has announced through their official website the upcoming release of their 7th studio album, Khairyn Salkhi (Mongolian: Хайрын салхи, "wind of love"). [3]

The album took 1 year to be finished and contains 12 songs that revolve around the theme of love. Its cover was uploaded, but only a few homemade cassette copies of the album circulated. The album was finally given an official release in 2013 in the Black Box boxset.

The songs Nogoon shugüi and Chamaig zorino date back to at least 1998, being recorded at the concert at Top Ten nightclub in Ulaanbaatar that was immortalised on the 1999 album Unplugged. On the initial tape copies, Nogoon shugüi was labeled as Durlaj üzsengüi.

Track listing

No. Title Transliterated title Length
1. "Зүүд биелэх болов уу"   Züüd biyelekh bolov uu 4:28
2. "Хайрын салхи"   Khairyn salkhi 4:14
3. "Хагдрах цэцэг"   Khagdrakh tsetseg 5:30
4. "Тансаг гоо бүсгүй"   Tansag goo büsgüi 3:38
5. "Хайрын нулимс"   Khairyn nulims 4:59
6. "Эндүүрэл"   Endüürel 3:59
7. "Тавилан"   Tavilan 3:38
8. "Чамайг зорино"   Chamaig zorino 5:08
9. "Ногоон шугүй"   Nogoon shugüi 3:48
10. "Дурлалд битгий яар"   Durlald bitgii yaar 4:58
11. "Нэг ангийнхан"   Neg angiinkhan 5:22
12. "Амьдаръя"   Am'dar"ya 3:57

Live albums[edit]

Unplugged[edit]

Unplugged
Live album by Hurd
Released 1999
Recorded Top Ten nightclub, Ulan Bator, Mongolia, October 1998
Genre Heavy metal
Length 77:16

In the fall of 1998, Hurd played a series of sold-out acoustic concerts at a now-defunct Ulan Bator nightclub, Top Ten. One of these concerts was recorded and released as Unplugged. The album features 8 songs from The Best Collection II, 5 from The Best Collection I and 3 previously unreleased songs.

Chamaig zorino is the only Hurd song written by singer D.Tömörtsog. Eejdee örgökh duu is a well known mongolian folk song.

Chamaig zorino and Nogoon shugüi were recorded in the studio a decade later for Khairyn Salkhi.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Transliterated title Length
1. "Хар дарсан зүүд"   R.Münkhsaikhan D.Ganbayar Khar darsan züüd 5:25
2. "Чоно"   Kh.Lkhagvasuren D.Ganbayar Chono 4:08
3. "Чимээгүй ирэх дурлал"   N.Khongor D.Otgonbayar Chimeegüi irekh durlal 6:22
4. "Чамайг зорино / Харанхуй" ("Чамайг зорино" previously unreleased) D.Tömörtsog / D.Banzragch D.Tömörtsog / D.Otgonbayar Chamaig zorino / Kharankhui 8:56
5. "Ногоон шугуй" (previously unreleased)     Nogoon shugui 3:37
6. "Сайхан бүсгүй"   Kh.Davaadash S.Ishkhüü, D.Otgonbayar Saikhan büsgüi 4:45
7. "Нулимсаа тэвчье"   S.Ishkhüü D.Otgonbayar Nulimsaa tevch'ye 5:14
8. "Шөнө"   Sh.Mönkhbat D.Ganbayar Shönö 4:39
9. "Алив бос"   R.Münkhsaikhan D.Ganbayar Aliv bos 5:35
10. "Ээждээ" (featuring S.Ishkhüü) D.Boldbaatar S.Ishkhüü, N.Naranbaatar Eejdee 4:59
11. "Ээждээ өргөх дуу" (previously unreleased)     Eejdee örgökh duu 4:06
12. "Миний дайсан"   B.Luvsanjurmed D.Otgonbayar Minii daisan 4:06
13. "Зураг шиг бүсгүй"   D.Amgalan, D.Otgonbaatar S.Ishkhüü, D.Otgonbayar Zurag shig büsgüi 5:16
14. "Цэргийн бодол"   D.Ganbold D.Ganbold Tsergiin bodol 5:43
15. "Миний Монгол"   B.Galsansükh D.Ganbayar Minii Mongol 4:25

Additional personnel

  • S.Ishkhüü - vocals on Eejdee
  • S.Nergüi - engineering
  • Kh.Bayarbold - mixing

Video albums[edit]

Talarkhalyn Kontsert[edit]

Talarkhalyn Kontsert
Талархалын концерт
Video by Hurd
Released June 26, 2009
Recorded Sükhbaatar Square, Ulan Bator, Mongolia, July 11, 2005
Genre Heavy metal
Length 1:31:56

Talarkhalyn Kontsert or "The Gratitude Concert" was one of Hurd's biggest outdoor shows, which took place at the Sükhbaatar Square on Naadam day. It was a free concert celebrating the band's 10th anniversary, held before a crowd of 80,000 to 100,000 people, [4] which is a record for Mongolia.

On June 26, 2009, the band released a DVD of this show and organized a release party at the Grand Khan pub in Ulan Bator.

Track listing

No. Title Transliterated title Length
1. "Эхлэл"   Ekhlel (intro)  
2. "Болтугай"   Boltugai  
3. "Монголд төрсөн юм"   Mongold törsön yum  
4. "Чамайг зорино"   Chamaig zorino  
5. "Очиж чадаагүй"   Ochij chadaagüi  
6. "Хүн"   Khün  
7. "13 ааш"   13 aash  
8. "Чимээгүй ирэх дурлал"   Chimeegüi irekh durlal  
9. "Хайрын сарнай"   Khairyn sarnai  
10. "Зураг шиг бүсгүй"   Zurag shig büsgüi  
11. "Нулимсаа тэвчье"   Nulimsaa tevch'ye  
12. "Чи минь байгаа болхоор"   Chi min' baigaa bolkhoor  
13. "Цэргийн бодол"   Tsergiin bodol  
14. "Хөгжмийн номер"   Khögjmiin nomer (instrumental)  
15. "Намайг тоогоогүй бүсгүйд баяр хүргэе"   Namaig toogoogüi büsgüid bayar khürgeye  
16. "Ээждээ"   Eejdee  
17. "Миний аав адуучин" (previously unreleased) Minii aav aduuchin  
18. "Миний Монгол"   Minii Mongol  
19. "Эх орон"   Ekh oron  

Additional personnel

Unplugged II[edit]

Unplugged II
Video by Hurd
Released June 26, 2009
Recorded Cultural Palace, Ulan Bator, Mongolia, December 2005
Genre Heavy metal
Length 1:44:55

In December 2005, Hurd played a second acoustic concert, dubbed Unplugged II, at The Cultural Palace of Ulan Bator. In 2009, a DVD with the video footage of that concert was released.

A previous lower quality version of this DVD was released in 2006 for promotional purposes only, but had a limited distribution.

In 2012, the audio from this concert was released on iTunes.

Track listing

No. Title Transliterated title Length
1. "Сэрүүн бухимдал"   Serüün bukhimdal  
2. "Бага нас"   Baga nas  
3. "Очиж чадаагүй"   Ochij chadaagüi  
4. "Бүүвэй аялна"   Büüvei ayalna  
5. "13 ааш"   13 aash  
6. "Үнэгүй юм"   Ünegüi yum  
7. "Жаргалтай нүдэнд нулимс зохихгүй"   Jargaltai nüdend nulims zokhikhgüi  
8. "Бүсгүй"   Büsgüi  
9. "Би Монголтойгоо адилхан / Би аавтай хүн"   Bi Mongoltoigoo adilkhan / Bi aavtai khün  
10. "Нулимс дуслахгүй хайр"   Nulims duslakhgüi khair  
11. "Болтугай"   Boltugai  
12. "Хүү нь гомдоогүй"   Khüü n' gomdoogüi  
13. "Аавдаа би хайртай"   Aavdaa bi khairtai  
14. "Чи минь байгаа болхоор"   Chi min' baigaa bolkhoor  
15. "Алсын хараатай амьдрал" (previously unreleased) Alsyn kharaatai am'dral  
16. "Хайрын сарнай"   Khairyn sarnai  
17. "Намайг тоогоогүй бүсгүйд баяр хүргэе"   Namaig toogoogüi büsgüid bayar khürgeye  
18. "Шинэ жил"   Shine jil  

Additional personnel

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Д.Ганбаяр : Цэргийн бодол 30 нас хvрлээ" (in Mongolian). www.olloo.mn. Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
  2. ^ Brooke, James (2004-11-26). "The Mongolians Are Coming to China! With Heavy Metal!". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
  3. ^ "Хайрын Салхи шинэ цомог" (in Mongolian). www.hurdrock.com. Retrieved 2009-12-03. 
  4. ^ "Хурдын талархалын концерт" (in Mongolian). www.olloo.mn. Retrieved 2010-03-07.