Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Motoko: Are you still using that revolver? You should stop worrying about the automatics jamming up. Tosuga: I like my Matever. Motoko: Well, effective stopping power is more important than your preference in guns. Since it's my ass on the line out there, use the Zastaber. Tosuga: Yes, Major. There's something I've wanted to ask ever since I started. Why did you transfer a guy like me from the police force? Motoko: Because we need a guy like you. Tosuga: Huh? Motoko: Number one, you're an honest cop. Number two, you've never stepped out of line. Three, you're a family man. And, except for the slight brain augmentation, your body is almost completely human. If we all reacted the same way, we'd be predictable. And there's always more than one way to view a situation. What's true for the group is also true for the individual. It's simple. Overspecialize and you breed in weakness. It's slow death. The opening theme for Stand Alone Complex is "Inner Universe", performed by Origa, with lyrics written by Origa and Shanti Snyder in Russian, English and Latin. Ol'ga Vital'evna Yakovleva (Ольга Витальевна Яковлева, born October 12, 1970 in Коченево, Russia), better known as Origa, is a Russian singer who works mostly in Japan. She gained popularity outside of Japan with the release of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex soundtracks. These were written by long-time friend and composer Yoko Kanno, who composed the music for all of the opening and closing themes for Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, its second season, film sequel and OVAs. Yoko Kanno (菅野 よう子, born March 19, 1964 in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan) is a composer, arranger and musician best known for her work on the soundtracks for many games, anime films, TV series, live-action movies, and advertisements. She has written scores for famous animated works, including Macross Plus, Turn A Gundam, Cowboy Bebop, The Vision of Escaflowne, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Wolf's Rain, Sakamichi no Apollon, and is the most trusted composer by veteran and new-wave directors such as Yoshiyuki Tomino, Shinichiro Watanabe and Shoji Kawamori.
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