Lia more about her Spoiler Lia (りあ) is a jpop singer who is best known for her work with the Key Visual Arts group with such songs such as Tori no Uta (鳥の詩), Farewell Song, Saya's Song and Toki wo Kizamu Uta (時を刻む唄). She has also been involved in various other ventures such as the game Beatmania IIDX, the MMORPG RFOnline Japanese version and the anime Initial D Fourth Stage. She is fluent in English and Japanese. Lia started out with I've as a guest "utahime", appearing on the I've compilation Verge with 鳥の詩 -short version.- She then released her first single with I've, Shift -sedai no mukou- (Shift -世代の向こう-). After this she released her final song with I've, Disintegration, on the compilation of the same name. During the two year transition to her current label, Queen's Label, she has been featured on a few happy hardcore and trance compilations which led up to the release of her enigmatic LIA album - a happy hardcore/trance style remix album. The series has then continued into its third iteration featuring artists from the Japanese and overseas hardcore scene. Since the release of her debut album Prismatic on Queen's Label, Lia has released various other albums and singles including a best of compilation box called "Lia Collection Box" which collects her work from various sources together in three loosely themed compilations. The style of her works span usually fall within the pop, jazz or classical genres. This in addition to her happy hardcore work shows a versatility and strong range in Lia's voice. Lia and Veil Spoiler Veil is a "vocalist brand", a group of vocalists working under Queen's Label. They provide vocals for a variety of media, but mostly for various games and anime. The Veil namewas first used for the release "扉ひらいて、ふたり未来へ/赤い約束" for the eroge Fortune Arterial and the group debuted with the album "Veil ∞ Assorted Voices" in 2008. When a vocalist is working under the Veil brand, the artist name is connected with the infinity symbol (∞) as a joiner for example Veil ∞ Lia. Japanese wiki Veil Single Spoiler 1. "Natsukage / Nostalgia" (December 24, 2001) 2. "Shift: Sedai no Mukō" (December 29, 2001) 3. "I'm Feeling" (July 1, 2003) - Analog single 4. "Birthday Song,Requiem" (June 25, 2004) 5. "Spica/Hanabi/Moon" (June 25, 2004) 6. "Kimi no Yoin: Tōi no Sora no Shita de" (March 24, 2005) 7. "Tori no Uta / Farewell Song" (May 23, 2006) - Analog single Opening/ending themes of Air 8. "Pride: Try to Fight!" (June 21, 2006) The title song was used as an ending theme of Bakkyuu HIT! Crash B-Daman 9. "Over the Future" (November 22, 2006) "Over the Future" was used as an ending theme of Bakkyuu HIT! Crash B-Daman 10. "Doll / Human" (January 30, 2008) - Single with Aoi Tada #54 on Oricon "Doll" and "Human" were used as ending themes for Gunslinger Girl -Il Teatrino- 11. "Toki o Kizamu Uta / Torch" (November 14, 2008) #13 on Oricon Opening/ending themes of the Clannad After Story anime series 12. "My Soul, Your Beats! / Brave Song" (May 26, 2010) - Single with Aoi Tada #3 on Oricon Performed "My Soul, Your Beats!", which was used as opening theme to the Angel Beats! anime series 13. "Ashita Tenki ni Naare" (July 21, 2010) Title song was used as the first ending theme for Daimajin Kanon and "Aruite Kaerō" was used for the second ending theme 14. "Kizunairo" (October 27, 2010) #6 on Oricon Opening theme for the Fortune Arterial anime series Albums Spoiler Original Album 1. Prismatic, Released June 25, 2004 2. Colors of life, Released May 25, 2005 3. Gift, Released December 29, 2005 4. Dearly, Released November 1, 2006 5. Collection Album Vol.1 [Diamond Days], Released September 19, 2007 6. Collection Album Vol.2 [Crystal Voice], Released October 17, 2007 7. New Moon, Released September 2, 2008 8. Key+Lia Best 2001-2010, Released June 24, 2011 Contoh lagu Light Colors HD ver. Light Colors - Medium Ver.