It peak ranked 39th on the Oricon albums chart and remained on the chart for three weeks. Kaori Oda , Keiko Kubota. When watching Tsubasa Chronicle , Maaya Sakamoto felt that Syaoran’s straightforward feelings and strength to protect Sakura were very touching. To sum things just a bit, Rejet and Otomate are the two big game developers that more often cast Kondo in one of their creations. Its B-side is titled “Refraction”. Three drama CDs adaptations of the anime series Tsubasa Chronicle have been released by Victor Entertainment between and

Additionally, the CD features an original two-page card-shaped calendar. Future Soundscape II Released: January 14, Label: May 24, Label: To grace this 8th Seiyuu Digest we turn ourselves towards an actor that, besides all his hard work portraying some of the most memorable characters in some of our favorite anime and games, is still one of the most underrated seiyuu in the business. Best Vocal Collection Released: The details in his portrayals are something that always mesmerizes his fans as well as his vocal range — which is wide and versatile. Since debuting as a seiyuu back in , Kondo has practically done everything in the business.

It features the opening toshinohu ending themes for the first season as well as English versions of two of Sakura’s image songs: Reservoir Chronicle voiced by their respective voice actors as well as theme music provided by various artists and performed by a varying combination of the series’ five protagonists. Kuro no Naka no Shiro. Set in a multiverseits storyline follows a group of five iidx as they journey across the dimensions in search of Sakura’s memories.

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Call it skill or natural talent but one thing is for sure: The track “Aerial” tshinobu featured as the opening theme to the anime film Tsubasa Chronicle the Movie: I have been fan of Kondo since I heard him as Hibari. The only original work in the soundtrack is “Tsuki no Shijima”, a Japanese vocal song performed by Yui Makino with lyrics, composition, and arrangement all provided by Yuki Kajiura that was featured in the anime series Tsubasa Chronicle as an insert song.


Davidson of IGN described the soundtrack as some of “some of the most glorious and touching music to be found in anime”.

Kotani feels that “It’s” is a song that conveys the feeling of one’s back being propelled into a journey. The track “Blaze” is featured as the opening theme to the first season of the anime series Tsubasa Chronicle.

I’ve read this before before i got in seiyuus this was article was so informative. August 18, Label: Archived from the original on Ain’t It Cool News. The A-side track “Kazemachi Jet” was featured as the ending theme while the second A-side track ” Spica ” was featured as an insert to episode 43 of the second season of the anime series Tsubasa Chronicle and were meant to represent the perspectives of the two protagonists of Tsubasa: June 22, Label: Future Soundscape I is one of the four soundtrack albums for the anime television series Tsubasa Chronicle.

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To sum things just a bit, Rejet and Otomate are the two big game developers that more often cast Kondo in one of their creations. August 17, Label: Versatility is a VERY no joke because he literally slayed his roles with his voices. May 10, Label: Either way, Kondo has shown us time after time how hardworking and detailed he is in the portrayal of his assigned characters — that turned out to be some of the most memorable ones, even though those took on a supporting role in the series they were featured.

Toshunobu Japanese-language sources ja All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from February Articles containing Japanese-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from May Articles with Japanese-language external links. Kotani had to deliver both “Blaze” and “Aerial”—the opening themes for the first season of the anime series and the opening for the anime film respectively—on a tight schedule.

December 20, Label: Reservoir Chronicle Anime soundtracks Discographies of Japanese artists Film and television discographies. Its B-side is titled “Refraction”. Retrieved from ” https: July 14, Label: Promoting his Kondo Takashi no Momonga. Archived from the original on January 3, November 21, Label: Lesley Smith of Anime Fringe described “Loop” as “a powerful ballad, with slight Celtic overtones and a gorgeous melody”.