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2017
Pyramidal
AlbumOct 11, 2017

Pyramidal

Pyramidal released.
2013
I'LL BE BACK
AlbumAug 21, 2013

I'LL BE BACK

I'LL BE BACK released.
2011
×〜PARK OF THE SAFARI
kiokuchan.files.wordpress.com
AlbumDec 7, 2011

×〜PARK OF THE SAFARI

×〜PARK OF THE SAFARI released.
2010
??? (スリークエスチョン)
AlbumNov 17, 2010

??? (スリークエスチョン)

??? (スリークエスチョン) released.
6 FORCE
en.wikipedia.org
AlbumJun 2, 2010

6 FORCE

6 Force is the first mini album (third overall) of electronica singer …
6 Force is the first mini album (third overall) of electronica singer-lyricist Aira Mitsuki. It was released on June 2, 2010 in Japan by D-topia Entertainment, and is her last release under the label. It reached #11 on the Oricon Daily charts and #34 on the Oricon Weekly charts, where it charted for two weeks, selling 3,391 copies. The mini-album marks Aira's experimentation with rock music, such that half (Fake, Level5 and Turkey) of the mini-album didn't much involve the characteristic use of autotune and vocoders and are in a new-wave rock style, showing Aira's true voice for the first time.
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2009
Plastic
en.wikipedia.org
AlbumJul 22, 2009

Plastic

Plastic, stylised as PLASTIC, is the second album by the …
Plastic, stylised as PLASTIC, is the second album by the Japanese artist Mitsuki Aira. It was released July 22, 2009, and contains the singles "Robot Honey", "Sayonara Technopolis" and "Barbie Barbie". This is her current best-selling album according to Oricon.
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2008
Copy
en.wikipedia.org
AlbumSep 8, 2008

Copy

COPY is the debut album by the Japanese electronic artist …
COPY is the debut album by the Japanese electronic artist Mitsuki Aira. It was released on September 8, 2008 as a CD, in two editions, both containing the singles "Colorful Tokyo Sounds No. 9", "China Discotica" and "Darling Wondering Staring". "Galaxy Boy" was used as the ending theme to Aichi Television's program Bonita! Bonita!! and The Dream Car Club of Tamoei Yakushiji. The album reached a peak daily position of number 31 on the Oricon chart, and a peak weekly position of number 48 and sold 3,163 copies.
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1988
Aira Mitsuki
BirthSeptember 1988

Aira Mitsuki

Aira Mitsuki was born.
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