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Olivia Lufkin

  • Dec 09, 1979 (age 40)

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2012
Owen Vallis
Marriage2012

Owen Vallis

Married Owen Vallis.
2008
Trinka Trinka
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AlbumSep 17, 2008

Trinka Trinka

"Trinka Trinka" is Olivia's sixth mini-album. It was released on …
"Trinka Trinka" is Olivia's sixth mini-album. It was released on September 17, 2008. Unlike her last mini-album, there are no preceding singles. Two versions of the album are planned to be released, a CD only version and a limited CD+DVD version. The CD+DVD version will include an accompanying music clip for "Rain" while the CD only version comes with an "Olivia Art & Photo Book" (while supplies last).
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2007
SongNov 26, 2007

Close your eyes
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Nana Best
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AlbumMar 21, 2007

Nana Best

Nana Best is a special compilation album featuring the …
Nana Best is a special compilation album featuring the combined words of Anna Tsuchiya and Olivia used in the first season of the Nana anime . The album was released in two versions, CD+DVD and the low priced CD only version. The albums were released only one month after the release of two full-albums dedicated solely to one singer each's work for the anime respectively. The first press of the CD+DVD version includes a special Nana mouse pad as well as a "skeleton"-style sleeve package. The best album features five tracks that solely appear on the best album, namely "Stand By Me" - the fifth ED theme for Nana by Anna Tsuchiya, Tsuchiya's cover of the Sex Pistols`s Anarchy in the U.K., a "Studio Live Version" of Tsuchiya's Lucy, a new song from Olivia called "Nothing's Gonna Take Me Love" and finally a live recording of the song "Recorded Butterflies" by Olivia. The DVD features all of the opening and ending sequences used in Nana without credits overtop of them, as well as four "original animation" clips set to music throughout the show. This album was released one week before the airing of the final episode of the first season of the Nana anime.
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OLIVIA inspi' REIRA (TRAPNEST)
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AlbumFeb 28, 2007

OLIVIA inspi' REIRA (TRAPNEST)

Olivia Inspi' Reira (Trapnest), …
Olivia Inspi' Reira (Trapnest), is the third album by Japanese singer-songwriter Olivia Lufkin. It was released on February 28, 2007 and features original songs and singles from the anime, Nana, for which she serves as the song vocal-cast of Reira of Trapnest. It includes two live versions of "A Little Pain" and "Wish" in addition to a previously unpublished song.
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SongFeb 28, 2007

Winter sleep
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The Cloudy Dreamer
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AlbumJan 17, 2007

The Cloudy Dreamer

The Cloudy Dreamer is the fifth mini-album by Olivia Lufkin, …
The Cloudy Dreamer is the fifth mini-album by Olivia Lufkin, released on January 17, 2007. The mini-album debuted at #15 on the Oricon Weekly Charts, making it Olivia's most successful album to date. Two versions of the album were released, a CD Only version and a CD+DVD version. The DVD includes the PV "Stars Shining Out" and five live performances from Olivia's July 25 concert at Shibuya O-West. In addition to new songs and the A Little Pain song with the song "Wish (English version)", the mini-album also features "Dream Catcher", which was used as the ending theme for the live action television drama series of Jigoku Shōjo and "If You Only Knew", which was used as main theme for the Korean drama of The Snow Queen.
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SongJan 17, 2007

If you only knew
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SongJan 17, 2007

Stars shining out
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2006
SongOct 11, 2006

Starless Night
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2004
The Lost Lolli
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AlbumFeb 18, 2004

The Lost Lolli

The Lost Lolli is Olivia's second full-length album which is a …
The Lost Lolli is Olivia's second full-length album which is a compilation of the material featured on her four mini-albums and new material. "SpiderSpins (Lost Lolli Mix)" was used as a radio single to promote the album. The entire album was sung in English. A First Press version of the album was sold exclusively at Tower Records, in Shibuya. This album reached #111 on Oricon charts.
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2003
The Return of the Chlorophyll Bunny
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AlbumDec 3, 2003

The Return of the Chlorophyll Bunny

The Return of the …
The Return of the Chlorophyll Bunny is the fourth mini-album by Olivia Lufkin, released on December 3, 2003 under the labels Avex Trax and Tower Records Japan.
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Comatose Bunny Butcher
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AlbumSep 12, 2003

Comatose Bunny Butcher

Comatose Bunny Butcher is …
Comatose Bunny Butcher is the third mini-album by Olivia Lufkin, released on June 27, 2003 under the labels Avex Trax and Tower Records Japan on December 12, 2003.
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Merry & Hell Go Round
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AlbumJun 27, 2003

Merry & Hell Go Round

Merry&Hell Go Round is the …
Merry&Hell Go Round is the second mini-album by Olivia Lufkin, released on June 27, 2003 under the labels Avex Trax Tower Records Japan.
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Internal Bleeding Strawberry
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AlbumFeb 21, 2003

Internal Bleeding Strawberry

Internal Bleeding Strawberry …
Internal Bleeding Strawberry is Olivia's first mini-album, released on February 21, 2003 and re-released by Tower Records Japan on December 12, 2003.
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2000
Synchronicity
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AlbumDec 6, 2000

Synchronicity

"Synchronicity" is the debut album of singer-songwriter Olivia …
"Synchronicity" is the debut album of singer-songwriter Olivia Lufkin. It includes her first six singles. The First Press edition includes an extra track called "Mint". The album reached #20 on Oricon charts and charted for five weeks.
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SongOct 4, 2000

Color Of Your Spoon
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1999
SongOct 6, 1999

Dear Angel
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1979
Olivia Lufkin
BirthDecember 1979

Olivia Lufkin

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