3-Faced Elva

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3-Faced Elva
3-Faced Elva cover
Studio album 3面夏娃 by Elva Hsiao
Released June 15, 2008 (2008-06-15)
Genre Mandopop
Language Mandarin
Label EMI Music Taiwan
Elva Hsiao chronology
3-Faced Elva
Diamond Candy

3-Faced Elva (Chinese: 3面夏娃; pinyin: San Mian Xia Wa) is Taiwanese Mandopop artist Elva Hsiao's ninth Mandarin studio album. It was released on 15 June 2008[1] by EMI Music Taiwan and her first album since returning to EMI Music Taiwan. It was available for pre-order from 2 June 2008.

A further three editions were released, 3-Faced Elva (Self Edition) (3面夏娃 自主版) on 27 June 2008.,[2] 3-Faced Elva (Brave Edition) (3面夏娃 勇敢版) on 17 July 2008.[3] and 3-Faced Elva (MV Collectible Edition) (3面夏娃 影音珍藏版) on 25 July 2008.[4]

The tracks, "I'll Be There" won one of the Songs of the Year at the 2008 Metro Radio Mandarin Music Awards presented by Hong Kong radio station Metro Info.[5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I'll Be There" – Puma theme song
  2. "衝動" Chong Dong (Impulse)
  3. "兩個人的寂寞" Liang Ge Ren De Ji Mo (Both Lonely)
  4. "More More More"
  5. "時光隧道" Shi Guang Sui Dao (Time Tunnel)
  6. "速配程度" Su Pei Cheng Du (Match degree)
  7. "之後" Zhi Hou (Hereafter)
  8. "Baby Girl"
  9. "Hey Girl"
  10. "類似愛情" Lei Si Ai Qing (Similar to Love)
  11. "暫停戀愛" Zan Ting Lian Ai (Pulses of Love)
  12. "你看不見的地方" Ni Kan Bu Jian De Di Fang (Places You Can't See)


  1. ^ (Chinese) Gold Typhoon 3-Faced Elva album info 15 June 2008. Retrieved 2011-03-22
  2. ^ (Chinese) Gold Tyhpoon 3-Faced Elva (Self Edition) album info 27 June 2008. Retrieved 2011-03-22
  3. ^ (Chinese) Gold Tyhpoon 3-Faced Elva (Brave Edition) album info 17 July 2008. Retrieved 2011-03-22
  4. ^ (Chinese) Gold Tyhpoon 3-Faced Elva (MV Collectible Edition) album info 25 July 2008. Retrieved 2011-03-22
  5. ^ (Chinese) Metro Radio Metro Radio Mandarin Music Awards 2009 winners list Retrieved 2011-04-08

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