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22nd Apr '13 3:08:23 PM MarkLungo
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* [[VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum A 1998 visual novel in turn adapted to an anime]]

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* [[VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum A 1998 visual novel in turn adapted to an anime]]anime]]
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22nd Apr '13 3:08:13 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* [[VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum A 1998 visual novel]]

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* [[VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum A 1998 visual novel]]novel in turn adapted to an anime]]
22nd Apr '13 3:05:24 PM EarlOfSandvich
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White album can refer to:
* A 1968 self-titled album for Music/TheBeatles, popularly known as Music/TheWhiteAlbum.
* [[VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum A Visual Novel]]

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White album ''White Album'' can refer to:
* A 1968 self-titled album for Music/TheBeatles, popularly known as Music/TheWhiteAlbum.
''Music/TheWhiteAlbum''.
* [[VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum A Visual Novel]]1998 visual novel]]
22nd Apr '13 3:01:45 PM EarlOfSandvich
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[[redirect:VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum]]

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[[redirect:VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum]]White album can refer to:
* A 1968 self-titled album for Music/TheBeatles, popularly known as Music/TheWhiteAlbum.
* [[VisualNovel/WhiteAlbum A Visual Novel]]
30th Oct '11 6:02:29 PM movie007
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''WhiteAlbum'' is a 1998 adult visual novel adapted into an anime in 2008. A second season was released in 2009.

Nothing to do with ''that'' [[Music/TheWhiteAlbum White Album]], BTW.

The story deals with college student Touya and his girlfriend, the rising IdolSinger Morikawa Yuki, and the stress this--along with the rest of Touya's semi-wanted harem--puts on their relationship. The series is actually set in the 80s, and the lack of cellphones is important to the plot. Seriously, this story wouldn't work set in the present.

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!!This work provides examples of the following tropes:
* ArcWords "Goddess of the Day"
* ArtShift: The art occasionally shifts into a kind of soft, pastel-ish style that is very, very pretty.
* CatchPhrase: Haruka has "Stingy".
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Hopefully there won't be any "[[SchoolDays Nice Boat]]" in this anime.
* DysfunctionJunction: Pretty much everyone has some kind of problem.
* TheEighties: The series is set in that decade, it seems specifically so that Yuki and Touya can conveniently miss each other's calls.
* ForgottenChildhoodFriend [[spoiler: Mendou, sort of. Apparently she's "goddess #1".]]
* FreakOut: Rina's brother has a massive hallucinatory one in one episode of season 2. Yuki at one point freaks out and starts biting her own wrist.
* HaremGenre: Deconstructed. Touya begins the series with a well-established girlfriend, who progressively becomes less well-established as Touya's pathological need for intimacy takes a hold of him. Seriously, this guy thirsts for human contact almost as much as Makoto Itou thirsts for ''sex''.
* HollywoodNerd: Art student Misaki, who dresses in an incredibly frumpy sweater.
* IdolSinger: Yuki, Rina, Mendou
* LonelyAtTheTop: Rina is the most successful of the artists, at the top of her game. And incredibly lonely. Of course, in this series, everyone is.
* LonelyTogether
* LoveDodecahedron: About half a dozen girls like Touya; two of them have stalkers of their own. One acquires a boyfriend in addition to her stalker.
* PleasePutSomeClothesOn: Touya to Haruka. [[spoiler: She does. Then he kisses her and they end up having sex anyway...]]
* RunningGag: Mana mistaking other women for Yuki.
* {{Tsundere}}: Mana
* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: Haruka especially seems to fit this niche.
* TheVoiceless: Franky, the Master of the bar, [[spoiler:until episode 24.]]
* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy: Eiji Ogata.
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''WhiteAlbum'' is a 1998 adult visual novel adapted into an anime in 2008. A second season was released in 2009.

Nothing to do with ''that'' [[Music/TheWhiteAlbum White Album]], BTW.

The story deals with college student Touya and his girlfriend, the rising IdolSinger Morikawa Yuki, and the stress this--along with the rest of Touya's semi-wanted harem--puts on their relationship. The series is actually set in the 80s, and the lack of cellphones is important to the plot. Seriously, this story wouldn't work set in the present.

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!!This work provides examples of the following tropes:
* ArcWords "Goddess of the Day"
* ArtShift: The art occasionally shifts into a kind of soft, pastel-ish style that is very, very pretty.
* CatchPhrase: Haruka has "Stingy".
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Hopefully there won't be any "[[SchoolDays Nice Boat]]" in this anime.
* DysfunctionJunction: Pretty much everyone has some kind of problem.
* TheEighties: The series is set in that decade, it seems specifically so that Yuki and Touya can conveniently miss each other's calls.
* ForgottenChildhoodFriend [[spoiler: Mendou, sort of. Apparently she's "goddess #1".]]
* FreakOut: Rina's brother has a massive hallucinatory one in one episode of season 2. Yuki at one point freaks out and starts biting her own wrist.
* HaremGenre: Deconstructed. Touya begins the series with a well-established girlfriend, who progressively becomes less well-established as Touya's pathological need for intimacy takes a hold of him. Seriously, this guy thirsts for human contact almost as much as Makoto Itou thirsts for ''sex''.
* HollywoodNerd: Art student Misaki, who dresses in an incredibly frumpy sweater.
* IdolSinger: Yuki, Rina, Mendou
* LonelyAtTheTop: Rina is the most successful of the artists, at the top of her game. And incredibly lonely. Of course, in this series, everyone is.
* LonelyTogether
* LoveDodecahedron: About half a dozen girls like Touya; two of them have stalkers of their own. One acquires a boyfriend in addition to her stalker.
* PleasePutSomeClothesOn: Touya to Haruka. [[spoiler: She does. Then he kisses her and they end up having sex anyway...]]
* RunningGag: Mana mistaking other women for Yuki.
* {{Tsundere}}: Mana
* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: Haruka especially seems to fit this niche.
* TheVoiceless: Franky, the Master of the bar, [[spoiler:until episode 24.]]
* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy: Eiji Ogata.
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11th Oct '11 11:20:38 AM MarkLungo
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Nothing to do with ''that'' [[TheWhiteAlbum White Album]], BTW.

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Nothing to do with ''that'' [[TheWhiteAlbum [[Music/TheWhiteAlbum White Album]], BTW.
8th Aug '11 4:56:39 PM KingCrInuYasha
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Nothing to do with ''that'' [[TheWhiteAlbum]], BTW.

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Nothing to do with ''that'' [[TheWhiteAlbum]], [[TheWhiteAlbum White Album]], BTW.
23rd Jun '11 5:40:49 AM Patachou
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Nothing to do with ''that'' [[ThWhiteAlbum]], BTW.

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Nothing to do with ''that'' [[ThWhiteAlbum]], [[TheWhiteAlbum]], BTW.
23rd Jun '11 5:40:38 AM Patachou
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Nothing to do with ''that'' [[TheBeatles White Album]], BTW.

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Nothing to do with ''that'' [[TheBeatles White Album]], [[ThWhiteAlbum]], BTW.
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