L'luvia

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L'luvia
Origin Niigata, Japan
Genres
Years active 1994–2000
Labels
Associated acts
Past members Kazuya
Kaoru
Takanori
Nao
Ma-suke

L'luvia (ジュビア?, Jubia) ("Rain" in Spanish) was a Japanese visual kei rock band.

History[edit]

Formed in 1994, L'luvia soon attracted a large underground following for their extremely light and poppy sound. They made their major debut in 1998, and their first major single (fifth overall), Suki Suki My Girl (スキスキ♡マイガール?), was used as the tenth ending theme of the anime series Crayon Shin-chan. In 2000, the group disbanded, and afterwards, Kaoru and Nao started the band Suzzy&Caroline, which also disbanded in 2005.

Members[edit]

Past members
  • Kazuya – bass (1994–1997)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Blanc Neige (1996/12/1)
  • Feliz (1997/11/11)
  • LOVE&POP (1998/7/14)
  • ジュビアルバム(L'luvialbum) (1999/6/23)

Singles[edit]

  • スキスキマイガール(1998/11/26)
  • LOVE TRAIN(1999/2/10)
  • 夜空に輝く星を集めて(Yozora ni kagayaku hosi wo atsumete)(1997/6/6)
  • SLEEPING PRINCESS~眠れる森の君~ (Nemureru Mori no Kimi) (1997/10/1)
  • So Far Away(1999/6/2)
  • SUPER★SMILE (1998/9/9)
  • 愛の法律(Ai no Houritsu)(1999/12/1)