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Okazaki, Tomoya Main. Nakamura, Yuuichi Japanese. Furukawa, Nagisa Main. Nakahara, Mai Japanese. Sakagami, Tomoyo Main. Kuwashima, Houko Japanese.
Fujibayashi, Kyou Main. Hirohashi, Ryou Japanese. Ibuki, Fuuko Main. Nonaka, Ai Japanese. Ichinose, Kotomi Main. Noto, Mamiko Japanese.
Sunohara, Youhei Main. Sakaguchi, Daisuke Japanese. Fujibayashi, Ryou Main. Kanda, Akemi Japanese. Furukawa, Akio Supporting. Okiayu, Ryoutarou Japanese.
Furukawa, Sanae Supporting. Inoue, Kikuko Japanese. Hatta, Youko Producer. Nakamura, Shinichi Producer. Ishihara, Tatsuya Director, Episode Director, Storyboard.
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This defaults to your Review Score Setting. Read more about it in the blog post. Excluding Off-topic Review Activity. Loading reviews After Magical Ring , Clannad were commissioned to score the episode drama series Robin of Sherwood , aired from to They once again began to stretch themselves, creating music for a range of characters and events.
For the first time in the career, the album was recorded in its entirety in English. The soundtrack was released in as Legend and won the band a BAFTA award for Best Original Television Music, the first Irish band to win it.
In , Clannad revealed that there were other pieces recorded for the third series of Robin of Sherwood that were not included on Legend , yet the master recordings have yet to be found.
In , Clannad released Macalla Irish for Echo which was recorded in Switzerland, England, and Ireland. Also on board was producer Steve Nye , who oversaw the pop-flavoured " Closer to Your Heart " and the ballad " Almost Seems Too Late to Turn " and became hit singles, the latter serving as the Children in Need charity single in Sirius was released by RCA in and was recorded in Los Angeles with rock producers Greg Ladanyi and Russ Kunkel , the drummer for James Taylor 's band.
The album included a duet with Bruce Hornsby and guest appearances by Steve Perry and J. Completed with the help of some of the biggest names on the Californian rock scene, Sirius was another different creation, just like their previous 3 albums.
Received with critical apprehension, Sirius was initially, stoutly defended by the band as a change, but since then members have expressed their disappointment with the album.
In , Clannad embarked on their first worldwide tour. Between and , Clannad were involved in side projects including Atlantic Realm and The Angel and the Soldier Boy Atlantic Realm was a small album made for a BBC documentary about the Atlantic Ocean.
The recording was mainly instrumental as their voices as instruments. Both albums proved to be a minor success, and also demonstrated once again that Clannad were one of the most acclaimed soundtrack artists in the music industry.
Two greatest hits albums were released at around this time: Past Present and The Collection. Initially a single concert, it was extended with an extra two nights.
The US edition, released in , features "In a Lifetime" with Bono and "Theme from Harry's Game", which had been included in the film Patriot Games and a Volkswagen television advert, boosting the group's recognition in the country.
In , Clannad released a duet with Paul Young , a cover version of the Joni Mitchell song " Both Sides Now ".
The track had been put together for the Blake Edwards film Switch , featuring Ellen Barkin. In the storyline, a nasty male chauvinist, is reincarnated as an attractive female.
The use of the Joni Mitchell song was therefore suitable and proved a hit for the group. Released in , Banba became Clannad's 13th studio album and received rave reviews and the band's first Grammy nomination.
The album jogged comfortably to the number one spot in the World Music Chart. Banba is a romantic mythical name for Ireland.
Moya Brennan described the album as "a fusion of various styles of music, growing out of a traditional Gaelic root.
The album Lore gave some thought to the Native American Indians. On "Trail of Tears", when Noel Duggan imagines how it felt to be exiled from one's ancestral land, he was also thinking about these people and their connection with the Irish.
Lore features American drummer Vinnie Colaiuta and Mel Collins. It contained a strong jazz element, with songs such as "Seanchas" blending contemporary sounds with traditional Irish music and the Irish language.
Clannad toured Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand in to promote the Lore album, but due to apparent disagreements with Atlantic Records , plans to tour the USA were scrapped.
In , they received a lifetime achievement award from the Irish recording industry the IRMA. Clannad returned in with another album, Landmarks.
It became one of the most celebrated Irish albums in history and in , it won the group a Grammy award for Best New Age Album. In , the group composed the song "What Will I Do" for the Kevin Costner film, Message in a Bottle.
After Landmarks , Clannad ceased to make any more studio albums, but had promised to return in the near future. In , they released the best of album, The Best of Clannad: In a Lifetime , which is one of their biggest-selling albums to date.
During the solo tour of Moya Brennan in The Netherlands, the concert in De Doelen , Rotterdam , was dedicated to Leo and Baba Brennan.
The audience, Leo and Baba were unaware of the plan to bring Clannad on-stage, which resulted in multiple standing ovations from the audience.
The five original members of Clannad appeared on stage together at the Celtic Connections Festival in Glasgow on 19 January The concert was greeted by 2, fans who travelled from places such as the US and Brazil to see the legendary group perform some of the most loved songs in their history.
While at the Meteor Ireland Music Awards that were held in Dublin on 1 February Clannad were presented with the coveted Lifetime Achievement Award.
In March , Clannad began their first UK tour in over 12 years, starting at The Sage in Gateshead.
She is ranked in the top 10 throughout the whole country in standardized exam results of every subject—she always goes to library to read extra materials, especially books in foreign languages.
Kotomi is a quiet girl with poor social skills and it is quite difficult to communicate with her; Kotomi can even completely ignore someone when reading, even if they make loud disturbances around her.
Clannad 's fourth heroine is a second-year student named Tomoyo Sakagami who transfers into Tomoya's school.
Tomoyo is known to be a strong fighter, preferring to use kicking over punching, and is athletic. Although Tomoya is older than her, Tomoyo does not show him respect as a senior student.
The last heroine in Clannad is a first-year student named Fuko Ibuki who is eccentric and childish, before she met Tomoya, was generally seen alone by herself making wood carvings of starfish with a small knife to give to others as presents.
Fuko is extremely enthralled by starfish, or things that are star-shaped, and will often go into short euphoric bouts where her awareness of her surroundings is completely overtaken.
Clannad 's story revolves around Tomoya Okazaki, a third year high school student who dislikes his life. Tomoya's mother Atsuko died when Tomoya was young, leaving his father Naoyuki to raise him.
After the accident, Tomoya's father turned to alcohol and gambling , and had frequent fights with his son. One day, Naoyuki, while arguing with his son, slammed Tomoya against the window, dislocating Tomoya's shoulder.
This injury prevents Tomoya from playing on the basketball team, and causes him to distance himself from others. Ever since then, his father has treated Tomoya nicely, but distantly, as if Tomoya and he were strangers rather than a family.
This hurts Tomoya more than his previous relationship with his father, and the awkwardness of returning home leads Tomoya constantly to stay out all night.
Thus his delinquent life begins. Tomoya's good friend Youhei Sunohara, who was thrown out of the soccer club over a dispute with his seniors, is also a delinquent and often hangs out in his dorm room with Tomoya doing nothing much.
The story opens on Monday April 14, at the beginning of the school year,  when Tomoya meets Nagisa Furukawa, a soft-spoken girl who is one year older than he is but is repeating her last year in high school due to being sick much of the previous year.
Her goal is to join the drama club which she was unable to do due to her sickness, but they find that the drama club was disbanded after the few remaining members graduated.
Since Tomoya has a lot of time to kill, he helps Nagisa in reforming the drama club. During this period, Tomoya meets and hangs out with several other girls whom he gets to know well and help with their individual problems.
In the second part of the story, which starts immediately after the end of the first part but extends into the next seven years, Tomoya and Nagisa start living together, and eventually get married.
Tomoya has to endure several hardships that the family has been suffering from, especially Nagisa's illness.
Just after Nagisa gives birth to their daughter Ushio , she dies , which causes Tomoya to become severely depressed.
He is barely able to function, let alone look after an infant. As a result, Nagisa's parents, Akio and Sanae , take care of their granddaughter.
Five years later, Tomoya meets with Shino Okazaki , his paternal grandmother. Shino tells Tomoya of his father's traumatic past, which is eerily similar to Tomoya's current situation.
Afterwards, Tomoya resolves to raise Ushio and acknowledges Naoyuki as his father. Shortly after Tomoya overcomes his depression, Ushio is stricken with the same disease that Nagisa had.
Tomoya, Sanae and Akio struggle to save her—Tomoya even quits his job—but all of their efforts turn out to be in vain.
In the coming winter, wanting to do anything for his daughter, Tomoya takes her on a trip, but she dies shortly after. In the first few dreams, he sees a world devoid of all life, except for one girl.
Each time he dreams, he finds out more about the world. Tomoya discovers that the girl has a special ability to fuse junk together to create new things, which she uses to create a body for him.
Over time, Tomoya comes to the conclusion that only the two of them are "alive". To pass time, Tomoya and the girl try to build another doll with more junk they find, but as it has no soul, it fails to come to life.
Remembering the distant world where he came from, Tomoya convinces the girl to build a ship so that the two can escape the approaching winter and continue to live a happy life.
Eventually, winter sets in, and the girl becomes cold to the point where she cannot move any more. The girl tells Tomoya that he has another chance to go back and make things right.
To do so, he must collect certain "lights" symbols of happiness similar to those floating around in the Illusionary World. If all the "lights" are collected throughout both story parts, a chance to save Nagisa from dying will become available, as well as the true ending, where she survives and lives with Tomoya and Ushio.
The executive producer for Clannad was Takahiro Baba from Visual Arts ,  the publishing company which controls Key.
Itaru Hinoue headed the art direction, and also worked on the character design. Torino provided the background art. For Key's second visual novel Air , Maeda admitted he felt he was able to write what he wanted to for the game's scenario, but he later discovered that Air was difficult for players to receive and experience.
Due to this, Maeda felt that for Key's next work Clannad , he had a sense of duty to make the game easier to receive for as many users as possible.
In any case, he wanted to make it an entertaining game, and started planning on Clannad almost immediately after Air ' s completion.
From the start of Clannad ' s planning, Maeda did not want to write a story like in Air , but instead wanted to focus on writing a deep connection between the 'people and the town', and 'humanity'.
Suzumoto attributed the increase due to the lengthening structure of the game's base scenario which caused the 'branch' scenarios to increase as well.
There were more concerns about Clannad being similar to Air. When Nagisa's scenario was being written, there were some disputes concerning the length of her scenario, and thus putting too much focus on the main heroine.
Some were concerned that having a single prominent character with a unique storyline would be too much like how Air was structured with the overall focus on Misuzu Kamio.
Takahiro Baba, the company president of VisualArt's, is even noted as suggesting to minimize the differences between the other characters' scenarios, but this was ultimately ignored since Maeda thought the game's evaluation by players would not decrease on account of the scenarios being vastly different, and thought the end result was a good one.
Maeda was concerned that the After Story arc, mainly a continuation of Nagisa's scenario, would eclipse the entire game's scenario, much like what happened with Air according to Maeda.
In order to prevent the same thing happening in Clannad , Maeda focused on making the first half of the story, the School Life arc, just as enjoyable by making it long and heart-breaking.
Key announced in a release date of  for Clannad and, after several postponements, Clannad was released on April 28, as a limited edition version, playable on a Windows PC as a DVD.
Clannad was released for Windows on Steam by Sekai Project in English on November 23, The first consumer console port of the game was released for the PlayStation 2 PS2 on February 23, by Interchannel.
A version produced by NTT DoCoMo playable on FOMA mobile phones was released by Prototype through VisualArt's Motto in late Prototype later released a version playable on SoftBank 3G phones in January A magazine-sized page book called pre-Clannad was published by SoftBank Creative on April 15, Near the end of the book contains original illustrations of Clannad characters from various artists, three additional chapters of the Official Another Story , and production sketches.
A set of 14 illustrated short stories which added to Clannad 's story were serialized between the September and October issues of ASCII Media Works ' Dengeki G's Magazine.
The installments were written by Key's scenario staff and each story was accompanied by illustrations by Japanese artist GotoP. Two more stories were included when they were collected into a page bound volume released on November 25, Hikari Mimamoru Sakamichi de was later re-released via SoftBank 3G and FOMA mobile phones produced by Prototype through VisualArt's Motto starting in January The first volume was released on June 3, and the second followed on July 15, ;  the re-release is described by the developers as a "visual sound novel ".
Two Clannad anthology character novels were written by several authors and published by Jive in September and December Harvest published a novel titled Clannad Mystery File in August and another novel titled Clannad: Magic Hour in December The first manga illustrated by Juri Misaki titled Clannad Official Comic was serialized in Jive 's manga magazine Comic Rush between the May and April issues.
The story for the second manga was adapted from the Clannad short story collection of the same name.
The first volume for Official Another Story Clannad was released by Broccoli on February 21, in a limited and regular edition, each with their own cover.
A third Clannad manga illustrated by Shaa began serialization in the August issue of ASCII Media Works ' Dengeki G's Magazine , published on June 30, Comic between October 26, and April 28, There have also been four sets of manga anthologies produced by different companies and drawn by a multitude of different artists.
The first volume of the earliest anthology series, released by Ohzora under the title Clannad , was released in June under their Twin Heart Comics imprint.
There are two separate sets of drama CDs based on the Clannad series. The first set, produced by Frontier Works , contains five CDs each focusing on a different heroine in Clannad 's story ranging from Nagisa, to Kotomi, Fuko, Kyou, and Tomoyo.
The first volume was released in Japan on April 25, as a limited edition with an extra track added. The second through fifth volumes followed in one month increments between May 25, and August 24, Volumes two through four were released in one month intervals after that, with the last being released on October 24, The artist GotoP , who provided the illustrations for the short stories, also illustrates the drama CD covers.
Toei Animation the same team who worked on the original Kanon anime and Air film announced at the Tokyo Anime Fair on March 23, that an animated film would be produced.
The film was released on DVD in three editions: the Collector's Edition, the Special Edition, and the Regular Edition on March 7, On March 15, , the Japanese television station BS-i announced a Clannad anime series via a short second teaser trailer that was featured at the end of the final episode of the second Kanon anime series.
Clannad is produced by Kyoto Animation , directed by Tatsuya Ishihara , and written by Fumihiko Shimo , who also worked on other adaptations of Key's visual novels Air and Kanon.
The anime aired between October 4, and March 27, , containing 23 aired episodes out of a planned 24;  the broadcast time was first announced on August 11, at the TBS festival Anime Festa , which is also when the first episode was showcased.
The anime series was released in a set of eight DVD compilations released between December 19, and July 16, by Pony Canyon , with each compilation containing three episodes.
The last episode was released as an original video animation OVA on the eighth DVD on July 16, and is set in an alternate universe from the anime series where Tomoya and Tomoyo are dating, which is based on Tomoyo's scenario in the game.
After the ending of the 23rd episode of the first Clannad anime series, a second teaser trailer aired promoting a second season titled Clannad After Story.
The anime is again animated by Kyoto Animation, and animates the After Story arc from the visual novel, which is a continuation of Nagisa's story, into 24 episodes.
The same staff and cast from the first anime were used and the series broadcast in Japan between October 3, and March 26, The episodes were released on eight DVD compilation volumes between December 3, and July 1, The OVA episode was previewed on May 24, to a limited number of people.
In , Sentai Filmworks licensed the Clannad anime series,  and ADV Films localized and distributed the television series and the OVA starting with the first half season box set consisting of 12 episodes with English subtitles, Japanese audio, and no English language track, which was released on March 3, The second half box set was released on December 8, Sentai Filmworks re-released Clannad in a complete collection set on June 15, , which featured an English dub, produced at Seraphim Digital.
The ending theme is "Torch", and both the opening and ending themes are sung by Lia. The rest of the soundtrack for both anime series is sampled from several albums released for the Clannad visual novel including the Clannad Original Soundtrack , Mabinogi , -Memento- , Sorarado , and Sorarado Append.
The cover art for Sorarado Append is also visible as the last shot in the ending video animation of the first season.
The Clannad visual novel has four pieces of theme music : one opening theme, two ending themes, and an insert song. The insert song "Ana" is sung by Lia.
Six of the characters have background music leitmotifs —the five heroines, and Yukine Miyazawa. An image song album titled Sorarado was released in December featuring songs sung by Riya.
The game's original soundtrack was released in August containing three discs containing 56 tracks.
The single contained a remix version of the game's opening theme, and instrumental track of that remix, and an original track.
An image album titled Yakusoku was released in August featuring a song sung by Lia, an instrumental version of that song, and two background music tracks used in the film.
The film's original soundtrack was released in November They referred to it as "one of the best visual novels ever made", praising the "rich" dialogues and storytelling, "deep" branching narrative, and "lifelike" characterization, referring to the cast as some of the best "characters ever seen" in "the world of video games.
The review praised the large number of dialogue choices which "lets you feel involved in how the tale plays out", "many genuinely funny moments," and "emotionally touching" stories, particularly the After Story arc where Clannad "truly excels" with "heart-wrenching" and "emotionally-charged" storytelling, but criticized it for not having enough visuals and for having some "less interesting" side-story paths in the School Life arc which require completion to unlock the After Story arc.
The two anime series and film DVDs have shown consistent high sales figures. The first anime limited edition DVD ranked third for the week of December 19 and December 25, The first limited edition DVD for Clannad After Story ranked second during its first week of sales selling 17, units.
For the anime television adaptation, the first season of Clannad received reviews ranging from positive to mixed, while the second season Clannad After Story received wide critical acclaim.
This is where time truly starts to fly by, lending the show some real weight in the emotional departments. He praised the second half of the season as "the best-written quarter of Clannad ," stating that it "effectively builds up and delivers its emotional appeal, reinforces the series' central theme i.
It's charming, cute, hilarious, mysterious, and tragic all at the same time. Few shows are as memorable, and few are this good for this long. Gamania Entertainment hosted a collaboration event with Clannad and their two massively multiplayer online games MMOGs Hiten Online and Holy Beast Online.
Haruka Nogizaka's Secret: Cosplaying Has Begun based on the light novel series Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu. Released in September , the game features the series' characters cosplaying in various costumes either depicting characters from five popular light novel series published by ASCII Media Works, or three Clannad heroines.
Haruka Nogizaka can cosplay as Kotomi Ichinose, Mika Nogizaka can cosplay as Nagisa Furukawa albeit with long hair , and Shiina Amamiya can cosplay as Tomoyo Sakagami.
For example, if Mika is cosplaying as Nagisa, a CG of her eating dango can become viewable. Users are able to create a customizable avatar to represent themselves in the game, along with choosing one game heroine to live with, which is referred to as a character doll, or chara-doll for short.
The chara-dolls can also be customizable in that they can develop a unique personality for each user. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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