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ABOUT PRODUCER
E.L.V.N or ELEVEN (イレヴン), is a two-person unit which mainly does rock songs. They have very little number of works.

They are: Yu-Ki (ユーキ) who is responsible for the lyrics, composition, Vocaloid editing, bass, engineering, movie and artwork compilation. YO (ヨー) who does the lead guitar and also helps with the composition.

E.L.V.N began as an utaite solo of Yu-Ki where he did song covers. He was joined by YO and formed a duo. Their first original composition was sung by Kagamine Rin and reached 100k+ views. However, it was not until the dawn of their video Kowase Kowase which made people notice them; it reached 200k+ views. Yu-Ki still do song covers, nonetheless.

Their song PVs are usually a montage of stock videos and different artworks by various artists.

E.L.V.N is fluent in speaking English as one can observe in their YouTube comments.

STATUS:June 2010 → Present
Elvn
GENRE:Rock
LABELS:
ASSOCIATIONS:
OFFICIAL:Official site
URL(s)Channel: niconico, YouTube, Soundcloud
niconico: Community
Twitter
PLAYLIST(s):(Playlist / Nico Nico Douga List)
WORKS: (Upload date)
  1. "cloud" (Rin) (Oct.10.2010)
  2. "Kowase Kowase" (MEIKO) (Dec.17.2010)
  3. "Ugokanai Sora" (Luka) (Jul.30.2011)
  4. "Shini-sou Tanjoubi" (GUMI) (Feb.24.2012)

Songs / Featured WorksEdit

壊セ壊セ (Kowase Kowase)

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Favicon-nicoFavicon-youtubeFavicon-soundcloud
Uploaded 2010.12.17 Featuring MEIKO
Music E.L.V.N Main article 壊セ壊セ (Kowase Kowase)
Lyrics E.L.V.N
Video E.L.V.N
This song has entered the Hall of Fame.

DiscographyEdit

Moon ELVN
Title Moon    
Producer E.L.V.N  
Release Date April 28, 2012  

Compilation AlbumsEdit

GalleryEdit

Module 06 (2)
Meiko's module for the song "Kowase Kowase" for the game Project DIVA F 2nd; "Blazing" by Issun-Boushi
Meiko 28
Meiko's Blazing module for the song "Kowase Kowase", designed by Issun Boushi. From the video game Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- Arcade Future Tone.

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