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Ilaria Graziano – I Can’t Be Cool

I Can’t Be Cool

What Is It?

The song I Can’t Be Cool by Ilaria Graziano from the anime music soundtrack Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T. 2 for the Japanese anime (animated) TV show Ghost In The Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG.

Here is the description for this song:

Provided to YouTube by JVCKENWOOD Victor Entertainment Corp.

I Can’t Be Cool · Ilaria Graziano

攻殻機動隊 STAND ALONE COMPLEX O.S.T.2

℗ JVCKENWOOD Victor Entertainment

Released on: 2011-03-30

Composer: 菅野よう子
Lyricist: Ilaria Graziano

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Millennium Parade – Secret Ceremony (Official Opening Sequence)

Millennium Parade – Secret Ceremony (Official Opening Sequence)

What Is It?

The YouTube video Millennium Parade – Secret Ceremony (Official Opening Sequence) by the YouTube channel Millennium Parade Official YouTube Channel, which is the opening sequence for the anime (animated) Netflix TV show Ghost In The Shell: SAC_2045 (Season 2).

Here is the description for this video:

『攻殻機動隊 SAC_2045』シーズン2 オープニングテーマ
GHOST IN THE SHELL: SAC_2045” Season 2 Official Opening Sequence
LISTEN: https://millenniumparade.lnk.to/qcYo7K

millennium parade × PERIMETRONによる、『攻殻機動隊 SAC_2045』シーズン2 オープニング映像

Netflixシリーズ『攻殻機動隊 SAC_2045』シーズン2独占配信中!!!
https://www.ghostintheshell-sac2045.jp/

Follow millennium parade:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mllnnmprd/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mllnnmprd
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mllnnmprd
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChex…
Store: https://www.official-store.jp/millpar…
Official Site:https://millenniumparade.com/

-Music-
“Secret Ceremony”
Music & All Other Instruments: Daiki Tsuneta
Lyrics : ermhoi, timetheft
Vocal: timetheft, ermhoi
Organ: Jun Miyakawa
Violin: Shuntaro Tsuneta
Cello: Sonoko Muraoka
Keyboards: Ayatake Ezaki
Bass: Kazuki Arai
Drums: Yu Seki
Recorded & Mixed by Yu Sasaki
Vocal Recorded by Yu Sasaki, Kenjiro Naka
Strings Recorded by Musashi Maruyama
Assistant Engineer: Roku Segawa, Ryuma Annaka

“No Time to Cast Anchor”
Music & All Other Instruments: Daiki Tsuneta
Lyrics : ermhoi, timetheft
Vocal: ermhoi
Trumpet & Flute: MELRAW
Horn: Kaname Hamaji
Trombone: Masahito Kawahara
Keyboards: Ayatake Ezaki
Bass: Kazuki Arai
Drums: Yu Seki
Recorded & Mixed by Yu Sasaki
Vocal Recorded by Kenjiro Naka
Drums Recorded by Akihito Yoshikawa (STUDIO Dede), Musashi Maruyama
Assistant Engineer: Roku Segawa

Instrument Technician: Toshimitsu Kon (Konto Shokai), Ryo Nakaya (DEUCE), Kensuke Yagi (DEUCE)
Mastered by Randy Merrill (Sterling Sound, Edgewater)

-Opening Sequence-
Directors: Shu Sasaki × Yuhei Kanbe
VFX Supervisor: Takahiro Ota
CG Producer: Taiyo Sato
Produced by PERIMETRON
Production: KASSEN

©士郎正宗・Production I.G/講談社・攻殻機動隊2045製作委員会
©Shirow Masamune, Production I.G/KODANSHA/GITS2045

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Ghost In The Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG Blu-Ray Full Opening

Ghost In The Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG Blu-Ray Full Opening

What Is It?

The YouTube video Ghost In The Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG Blu-Ray Full Opening by the YouTube channel Izaya Bleckworthy, which is the opening credits for the Japanese anime (animated) TV show Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG.

Here is the description for this video:

I happen to have the whole thing on Blu-ray, so I recorded the entire intro with Fraps.

Edit: I didn’t know much about editing or encoding 7 years ago when I recorded and uploaded this. I can definitely say this is not true full HD. It was the best quality on YouTube at the time of uploading, though.

Background/Credits to this show:
It APPEARS FUNimation has rights to the series here on YouTube. I really hope you don’t decide to get this taken down… I’m not going to be uploading any more from this show that this video. I see it more as promoting it.
The song is Rise, and it’s by Origa.
Ghost in the Shell was made by the Japanese anime studio by the name of Production I.G. It was directed by Kenji Kamiyama.
It was/is broadcasted by the Animax (アニマックス) network in Japan, and the Nippon Television Network Coorporation (日本テレビ放送網株式会社).
As far as I know, Bandai Entertainment owns rights to it, possibly along with other companies? Starzmediavod seems to have rights to it here on YouTube, actually. I’m not sure.

Ignore: 攻殻機動隊 S.A.C. 2nd GIG

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Ilaria Graziano – Where Does This Ocean Go?

Where Does This Ocean Go?

What is it?

Here is a song called Where Does This Ocean Go? by Ilaria Graziano & maybe Yoko Kanno from the Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T..

Here is the description for this video:

Provided to YouTube by JVCKENWOOD Victor Entertainment Corp.

Where does this ocean go? · Ilaria Graziano

攻殻機動隊 STAND ALONE COMPLEX O.S.T.+

℗ JVCKENWOOD Victor Entertainment

Released on: 2011-03-30

Composer: 菅野よう子
Lyricist: troy

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Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex – The Laughing Man

What is it?

The 2005 Japanese anime (animated) feature-length OVA Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex – The Laughing Man.

Ghost In The Shell: The Laughing Man
Ghost In The Shell: The Laughing Man

What is it about?

This is how Fandom describes this OVA:

“The Laughing Man Incident” started off with a kidnap of Ernest Serano, the CEO of Serano Genomics in 2024, followed by blackmails targeting manufacturers of micromachines and medical equipment.

It was just the first of a series of terrorist incidents aimed at corporations, and it’s been speculated that the number of corporations targeted was the highest in the post-war period.

Several conjectures circulated regarding the final purpose of the criminal: terrorism against cyber and prosthetics technology, a corporate conspiracy, or simply a blackmailing scheme for money.

But the reality was that nothing was identified concerning the incident: nothing about the criminal’s nationality, sex, age, or even whether there was an accomplice or objective.

The only clear fact was that the Laughing Man was a top-notch hacker.

One day, Police Investigator Yamaguchi, who was tracking the Laughing Man Incident, calls Togusa in Section 9.

Yamaguchi dies mysteriously immediately afterwards.

A few days later, the Laughing Man hijacks the broadcast of a police news conference to express regrets about the incident.

Section 9 is dispatched to investigate the intentions of the invisible hacker known as “Laughing Man,” who finally broke his silence.