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Soldiers of Sorrow (哀・戦士 Ai Senshi?) is a song by Daisuke Inoue. Though originally an insert song during the famous Battle of Jaburo scene in the movie Mobile Suit Gundam II: Soldiers of Sorrow, in the 2000 re-release of the movie, Soldiers of Sorrow was replaced with instrumental background music and instead accompanied the end credits scene where the SCV-70 White Base takes off.

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Other Uses

The song was used in the 2009 animated short Mobile Suit Gundam Perfect Mission, which commemorated the 30th anniversary of the Gundam franchise.

Cover Versions

  • Japanese band Animetal covered the song twice. The first version was the final portion of their 1997 single "Sentimetal", which incorporated the instrumentals of Iron Maiden's "The Number of the Beast". The second version was a rearrangement in their 2004 album Animetal Marathon VI ~ The Sentimetal.
  • The song was covered in English by Richie Kotzen in his 2006 album Ai Senshi Z×R.
  • The song was covered in English by Andrew W.K. in his 2009 album Gundam Rock.
  • JAM Project covered the song in the 2009 album Gundam Tribute from Lantis.

Trivia

  • The song's melody bears a striking resemblance to The Boomtown Rats' "I Don't Like Mondays".

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