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I will have to see about getting the full soundtrack; I just have it as part of the anime. It may be a bit like Inuyasha and an even older anime where everything was handdrawn! Uphill! Both ways! You Kids These Days Don't Understand! [Tm.--Ed.]

Inuyasha had "character" themes of which there were many variations. Many are quite beautiful, some very haunting. Move back in time--"uphill . . . both ways!"--to an odd anime known as The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. The Inestimal Kenji Kawai did the music. Now you, Aggression25, may not like a lot of it, but it fit the anime, especially a "Lament" that played whenever a certain character appeared. You first see him in sillouette practicing tamashigiri [Cutting with a sword. He really knows no Japanese.--Ed.] . . . the voice actor imitates Mifune a few times . . . and the character is a complete idiot. Hence his rousing music whenever he stands up and starts pontificating. Hilarious and effective, but I doubt any of you are going to listen to it whilst you do whatever unspeakable vile things you do in your free time. Perhaps it is perfect music for organizing your sock drawer.


After it, enjoy the Awesome that is a live performance of selections from Kawai's music for Ghost in the Shell and Ghost in the Shell: Innocence.

The Irresponsible Captain Tylor - The lament of Lieutenant Yamamoto Original

The Irresponsible Captain Tylor - The lament of Lieutenant Yamamoto Original



Kenji Kawai - Cinema Symphony - Ghost In The Shell OST

Kenji Kawai - Cinema Symphony - Ghost In The Shell OST

Awesome!

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