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IGPX Episode 12: The Final Battle

Original Japanese title: The Final Battle

Team Satomi has made it all the way to the IG-1 League Championship. Beating Team Velshtein won't be easy, but Takeshi is not giving up without a fight. Unleashing everything they have, both teams will be formidable for each other. But can a rookie team best a team who hasn't lost a race in two years? This episode features the first IGPX race taking place at night and the second race against Team Velshtein and Team Satomi.

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Spoilers Below

Don't scroll down any further if you want to avoid spoilers! The music credits contain some spoilers from the episode!

No Action Reports for Episode 12

Check out the webpage containing additional action reports for more looks behind the scenes.

Music Credits

Toonami Version

"Quiz"
By Skalpel
Album: Skapel
Heard: As Benjamin Bright introduces the race.

"The Lighthouse"
By Amon Tobin
Album: Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory Soundtrack
Heard: As both teams get ready for the race.

"Aloo Gobi"
By Neotropic
Album: 15 Levels of Magnification
Heard: When Mark and Andrei talk to the team members in
flashback scenes.

"For All You Happy People"
By Jaga Jazzist
Album: What We Must
Heard: When Liz and Takeshi teach Amy some moves.

"El Cargo"
By Amon Tobin
Album: Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory Soundtrack
Heard: As Team Velshtein close in on an attack.

"Sunday Seance (Loka Remix)"
By Blockhead
Album: Expiration Date
Heard: After Team Velshtein's attack is over.

"Chicken Spit"
By Pest
Album: Necessary Measures
Heard: When Andrei starts laughing.

"Cosmo Retro Intro Outro"
By Amon Tobin
Album: Out from Out Where
Heard: At the end of the episode.

Production I.G Version

"Auto"
By Hexstatic
Album: Rewind
Heard: As Benjamin Bright introduces the race

"Tower of Power"
By Jim Dooley

Album: Action 2 (not commercially available)

Heard: As the pilots talk before the race

"Let's Roll"

By Donn Wilkerson

Album: Killer Stage & Screen 1A

Heard: Just before the race starts

"Make Your Peace"

Licensed Track (not commercially available)

Album: War & Struggle

Heard: As Mark explains the Indoraga Mano

"Awakening of a Woman"
By Cinematic Orchestra
Album: Man With a Movie Camera
Heard: When Liz and Takeshi teach Amy some moves

"Power Struggle"

By Klaus Badelt

Album: Directors Cuts (Action)

Heard: At the end of the episode

Additional Information

US original broadcast date: January 28, 2006
Japan original broadcast date: January 11, 2006

Toonami Version Differences

- A bit of the conversation between Cunningham and his teammates pre-race (just before the walk out to the track) is cut off; just a few lines.

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