A concert titled KSL Live World hosted by the visual novel development brand Key under Visual Art's was held in 2008 and again in 2010. The first one, called KSL Live World 2008: Way to the Little Busters! EX, was held on May 10, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan, and again on May 17, 2008 in Osaka, Japan as a part of Key's ten-year anniversary commemoration. The concert featured songs by Lia, Rita, Chata, and Tomoe Tamiyasu who have previously sung songs for singles and albums released under Key's record label Key Sounds Label (KSL). Another concert called KSL Live World 2010: Way to the Kud-Wafter was held in Tokyo on May 21, 2010 and again twice more on May 22, 2010. The concert featured songs sung by Keiko Suzuki, Miyako Suzuta, Aoi Tada, Tomoe Tamiyasu, Chata, Marina, Lia, LiSA, Rita and Riya of Eufonius; however, Riya only appeared at the May 22 concerts.
Three albums were released which consists of two live albums and twos remix album. The first live album was released in December 2008 containing the recording of the May 17, 2008 concert. The second live album was released in December 2010 containing recordings from one of the May 22, 2010 concerts. The first remix album featured remixes of the opening theme "Last regrets" from Key's debut visual novel Kanon and was released at 2008 concerts. The second remix album, released at the 2010 concerts, featured remixes of songs from Clannad, Little Busters! and Kud Wafter. The albums are produced under the record label Key Sounds Label, a division of Visual Art's.
... KSL Live World 2010 Way to the Kud Wafter is a live album released on December 24, 2010 in Japan by Key Sounds Label bearing the catalog numbers KSLA-0061—0063 ... The album contains recordings from one of the May 22 KSL Live World 2010 concerts, and includes the talks from the MCs in addition to the live music ... The album contains three discs with 27 music tracks and 14 MC tracks ...
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