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* YokoOhNo: Not only Aine was attacked by Aucifer rabid fanbrats, but in the manga she actually ''lost a friend'' named Sakura when the other girl found out she was Sakuya's girlfriend. [[spoiler: Sakuya was NOT happy when he found out and played a small BatmanGambit to punish Sakura and teach her that Aine wasn't having it easier.]]


%% * BreakTheCutie: Ends as this, specially after [[spoiler: she's raped and then tries to kill herself twice.]]

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%% * BreakTheCutie: Ends as this, specially after Poor Aine is [[spoiler: she's raped and then tries to kill herself twice.]]


%% * CampStraight: Towa, who in the manga is dating his stylist and VictoriousChildhoodFriend Miya.

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%% * CampStraight: Towa, who in the manga Towa has camp mannerisms, but is dating his stylist and VictoriousChildhoodFriend Miya.


%% * BareYourMidriff: Sakuya and Yuki and all the band members in the final concert, in the anime.

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%% * BareYourMidriff: In the anime, Sakuya and Yuki and all the band members in wear midriff-revealing tops for the final concert, in the anime.concert.


* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Sakuya is much taller than Aine. Once they try to [[FuroScene share a hot bath]] and they barely fit into the tub because of Sakuya's size.



* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Sakuya is much taller than Aine. Once they try to [[FuroScene share a hot bath]] and they barely fit into the tub because of Sakuya's size.


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* BareYourMidriff: Sakuya and Yuki and all the band members in the final concert, in the anime.
* BastardBoyfriend: Sakuya is a Conflicted type, aka "TroubledButCute with a Really Bad Past and an Even Worse Attitude".
* BathTubBonding: Averted: Aine and Sakuya try to do it in the manga, but Sakuya's huge height and the small size of the traditional ''furo'' tubs ruin their chance.

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%% * BareYourMidriff: Sakuya and Yuki and all the band members in the final concert, in the anime.
%% * BastardBoyfriend: Sakuya is a Conflicted type, aka "TroubledButCute with a Really Bad Past and an Even Worse Attitude".
%% * BathTubBonding: Averted: Aine and Sakuya try to do it in the manga, but Sakuya's huge height and the small size of the traditional ''furo'' tubs ruin their chance.



* BigBrotherMentor: Yuki and Towa take turns at this.

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%% * BigBrotherMentor: Yuki and Towa take turns at this.this.
%% * BreakTheCutie: Ends as this, specially after [[spoiler: she's raped and then tries to kill herself twice.]]



* BoisterousBruiser: Santa
* CampStraight: Towa, who in the manga is dating his stylist and VictoriousChildhoodFriend Miya.
* ClingyJealousGirl: Aine can be this for Sakuya. It doesn't help that Sakuya is a CrazyJealousGuy.
** Also, Sakuya's ex-girlfriend Ayako Sakura.
** IdolSinger Riri Kinoshita from the manga is one for Atsuro, going as far as [[spoiler: forcing him to make a rather scandalous news report with her, in exchange for not revealing his and Yuka's FlirtyStepsiblings bond. She then verbally attacks Yuka, which makes Atsuro snap - see BewareTheNiceOnes.]]
* ComingOfAgeStory: For Aine, sort of.
** BreakTheCutie: Ends up closer to this, specially after [[spoiler: she's raped and then tries to kill herself twice.]]
* CompensatedDating: Sakuya is a rare male example, and in fact this is how he [[spoiler: got hooked up with Ayako in the past.]]
* CoolBigSis: Yuka, specially in the anime
* CorruptTheCutie: Aine, though she already was a CovertPervert judging by her lyrics.
* CuteBookworm: Aine, a quite cute girl with quite the songwriting talent.

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%% * BoisterousBruiser: Santa
%% * CampStraight: Towa, who in the manga is dating his stylist and VictoriousChildhoodFriend Miya.
* ClingyJealousGirl: IdolSinger Riri Kinoshita from the manga is one for Atsuro, going as far as [[spoiler: forcing him to make a rather scandalous news report with her, in exchange for not revealing his and Yuka's FlirtyStepsiblings bond. She then verbally attacks Yuka, which makes Atsuro snap.
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Aine can be this for Sakuya. It doesn't help that Sakuya is a CrazyJealousGuy.
%% ** Also, Sakuya's ex-girlfriend Ayako Sakura.
** IdolSinger Riri Kinoshita from the manga %% * ComingOfAgeStory: For Aine, sort of.
%% * CompensatedDating: Sakuya
is one for Atsuro, going as far as a rare male example, and in fact this is how he [[spoiler: forcing him to make a rather scandalous news report got hooked up with her, Ayako in exchange for not revealing his and Yuka's FlirtyStepsiblings bond. She then verbally attacks Yuka, which makes Atsuro snap - see BewareTheNiceOnes.the past.]]
* ComingOfAgeStory: For Aine, sort of.
** BreakTheCutie: Ends up closer to this, specially after [[spoiler: she's raped and then tries to kill herself twice.]]
* CompensatedDating: Sakuya is a rare male example, and in fact this is how he [[spoiler: got hooked up with Ayako in the past.]]
%% * CoolBigSis: Yuka, specially in the anime
%% * CorruptTheCutie: Aine, though she already was a CovertPervert judging by her lyrics.
%% * CuteBookworm: Aine, a quite cute girl with quite the songwriting talent.



* DistressedDamsel: Poor Aine, specially in volume 16 where [[spoiler: she almost gets killed in front of Sakuya.]]
* DistressedDude: Sakuya once gets whacked with the DistressBall thanks to [[spoiler: Ralph]]
** IHaveYourWife: The aforementioned culprit attempts to blackmail Aine after capturing him.

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* DistressedDamsel: Poor Aine, specially in volume 16 where [[spoiler: she almost gets killed in front of Sakuya.]]
%% * DistressedDude: Sakuya once gets whacked with the DistressBall thanks to [[spoiler: Ralph]]
** IHaveYourWife: The aforementioned culprit attempts to blackmail Aine after capturing him.
Ralph]]



* TheDutifulSon: Yuki is supposed to be this, but he refuses.
* EvenTheGuysWantHim: Towa, much to his embarrassment.

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%% * TheDutifulSon: Yuki is supposed to be this, but he refuses.
%% * EvenTheGuysWantHim: Towa, much to his embarrassment.



* FlatCharacter: Poor Santa never gets real development.
* FieryRedhead: Santa
* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Sakuya Ookuchi
** TheLancer: Yukifumi "Yuki" Todou
** TheBigGuy: Yoshihiko "Santa" Nagai
** TheSmartGuy: Kazuto "Towa" Sakuma and Aine Yukimura
** TheChick: Atsuro Kiryuu, and Aine does double duty here.
** SixthRanger: Yuka Kiryuu
* FlippingTheBird: Sakuya, to Ralph. Alongside a nice [[GratuitousEnglish "Fuck you!"]]
* FlirtyStepsiblings: Atsuro and Yuka, in the manga. [[spoiler: They get symbolically married in the end.]]
* ForcefulKiss: Ralph, on Aine.
* GenericCuteness: Aine seems to think lowly of her looks as she's not as gorgeous as other girls in the media. Miya also has this trouble.
* GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex: Though Sakuya's... [[BastardBoyfriend goodness]] is very questionable.
* HappilyMarried: Yuki, in the manga. [[spoiler: Later Sakuya and Aine, then Atsuro and Yuka]]

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%% * FlatCharacter: Poor Santa never gets real development.
%% * FieryRedhead: Santa
* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Sakuya Ookuchi
** TheLancer: Yukifumi "Yuki" Todou
** TheBigGuy: Yoshihiko "Santa" Nagai
** TheSmartGuy: Kazuto "Towa" Sakuma and Aine Yukimura
** TheChick: Atsuro Kiryuu, and Aine does double duty here.
** SixthRanger: Yuka Kiryuu
%% * FlippingTheBird: Sakuya, to Ralph. Alongside a nice [[GratuitousEnglish "Fuck you!"]]
%% * FlirtyStepsiblings: Atsuro and Yuka, in the manga. [[spoiler: They get symbolically married in the end.]]
%% * ForcefulKiss: Ralph, on Aine.
%% * GenericCuteness: Aine seems to think lowly of her looks as she's not as gorgeous as other girls in the media. Miya also has this trouble.
%% * GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex: Though Sakuya's... [[BastardBoyfriend goodness]] is very questionable.
%% * HappilyMarried: Yuki, in the manga. [[spoiler: Later Sakuya and Aine, then Atsuro and Yuka]]



* IntercourseWithYou: Λucifer's songs. And how.
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Yumi to Santa, in the anime.

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%% * IntercourseWithYou: Λucifer's songs. And how.
%% * IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Yumi to Santa, in the anime.



* JerkAss: Sakuya, both in the anime and the manga.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: Towa is androgynous and pretty, Miya is tomboyish and considers self plain-looking

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%% * JerkAss: Sakuya, both in the anime and the manga.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: Towa is androgynous and pretty, Miya is tomboyish and considers self plain-lookingplain-looking.



* [[MeaningfulName Meaningful Nickname]]: Santa's nickname comes form him being born in Christmas.



* RichBitch: Misa

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%% * RichBitch: Misa



* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: Santa and Yuki, Sakuya and Yuki. Atsuro and Towa... [[WholesomeCrossdresser sort of]]
** Also, Yuki and Maria's son Yukihiko and [[spoiler: Sakuya and Aine's son Shion]].
* TallDarkAndHandsome: Yuki
* TallDarkAndSnarky: Sakuya

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%% * SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan:
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Santa and Yuki, Sakuya and Yuki. Atsuro and Towa... [[WholesomeCrossdresser sort of]]
%% ** Also, Yuki and Maria's son Yukihiko and [[spoiler: Sakuya and Aine's son Shion]].
%% * TallDarkAndHandsome: Yuki
%% * TallDarkAndSnarky: Sakuya



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Aine and Yuka, though more in the anime.
* TroubledFetalPosition: Aine, when she doesn't know if she can remain as Λucifer's lyricist.
* {{Tsundere}}: Yuka, a Type B (deredere)

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%% * TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Aine and Yuka, though more in the anime.
%% * TroubledFetalPosition: Aine, when she doesn't know if she can remain as Λucifer's lyricist.
%% * {{Tsundere}}: Yuka, a Type B (deredere)



* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: The last volume of the manga.
* WholesomeCrossdresser: Towa

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%% * WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: The last volume of the manga.
%% * WholesomeCrossdresser: Towa



* {{Yandere}}: Sakuya, his first girlfriend Ayako Sakura, Tomoyuki and others.

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%% * {{Yandere}}: Sakuya, his first girlfriend Ayako Sakura, Tomoyuki and others.


According to TheOtherWiki, ''Sensual Phrase'' (''Kaikan Furēzu'') is a shōjo manga series created by Creator/MayuShinjo. The manga was published by Shogakukan in Shōjo Comic between 1997 and 2000, and collected in 18 bound volumes. It was adapted as a 44-episode anime television series by Creator/StudioHibari, a CD drama, and as a series of novels.

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According to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, ''Sensual Phrase'' (''Kaikan Furēzu'') is a shōjo manga series created by Creator/MayuShinjo. The manga was published by Shogakukan in Shōjo Comic between 1997 and 2000, and collected in 18 bound volumes. It was adapted as a 44-episode anime television series by Creator/StudioHibari, a CD drama, and as a series of novels.


The driver is Sakuya Ookuchi, lead singer from a band named Λucifer that is known for its sexy music (Aine herself isn't exactly a fan, but she knows how famous they are). He grabs a hold of the lyric sheets and takes them with him... and, after singing the song on-stage in front of a bewildered and confused Aine, he manages to convince the girl to become the songwriter for the group. Aine reluctantly accepts, aware that her life will take a turn for either the worse or the best, as she and Sakuya become involved in a very tormented and complicated relationship: not only the poor girl is ''completely'' unprepared for the bitterness of fame, but Sakuya turns out to be ''extremely'' screwed up...

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The driver is Sakuya Ookuchi, lead singer from a band named Λucifer that is known for its sexy music (Aine herself isn't exactly a fan, but she knows how famous they are). He grabs a hold of the lyric sheets and takes them with him... and, after singing the song on-stage in front of a bewildered and confused Aine, he manages to convince the girl to become the songwriter for the group. Aine reluctantly accepts, aware that her life will take a turn for either the worse or the best, as she and Sakuya become involved in a very tormented and complicated relationship: not only is the poor girl is ''completely'' unprepared for the bitterness of fame, but Sakuya turns out to be ''extremely'' screwed up...

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* MeaningfulName: Aine means love sound, no wonder she falls in love with a musician.

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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: Yoshioka, the president of Astarot Productions, [[spoiler: and Aine's rapist]], attempts to invoke this when Sakuya declares, in no uncertain terms, his intention to kill Yoshioka slowly and painfully. Yoshioka, already wounded by Sakuya, goads him into killing him [[OneHitKill instantly]] by taunting him about [[spoiler: Sakuya's mother's rape and how he himself was conceived by it]], topping it off by telling Sakuya that he [[spoiler: used contraception while raping Aine]]. All this sends Sakuya into a berserk rage... however, Ralph's people and the tax investigators intervene before Sakuya can follow through.




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* [[spoiler: BabiesEverAfter: At the end of the manga, Aine and Sakuya are married and have a son named Shion. And in the special chapter of [[Manga/LoveCeleb Love Celeb]] it is revealed that they have another child on the way.]]

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* [[spoiler: BabiesEverAfter: At [[spoiler:At the end of the manga, Aine and Sakuya are married and have a son named Shion. And in the special chapter of [[Manga/LoveCeleb Love Celeb]] it is revealed that they have another child on the way.]]



* [[spoiler: HeroicBastard: Sakuya isn't only this, but he was born from ''rape''.]]

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* [[spoiler: HeroicBastard: Sakuya [[spoiler:Sakuya isn't only this, but he was born from ''rape''.]]


* [[spoiler: BabiesEverAfter: At the end of the manga, Aine and Sakuya are married and have a son named Shion.]]

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* [[spoiler: BabiesEverAfter: At the end of the manga, Aine and Sakuya are married and have a son named Shion. And in the special chapter of [[Manga/LoveCeleb Love Celeb]] it is revealed that they have another child on the way.]]


According to TheOtherWiki, ''Sensual Phrase'' (''Kaikan Furēzu'') is a shōjo manga series created by Creator/MayuShinjo. The manga was published by Shogakukan in Shōjo Comic between 1997 and 2000, and collected in 18 bound volumes. It was adapted as a 44-episode anime television series by StudioHibari, a CD drama, and as a series of novels.

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According to TheOtherWiki, ''Sensual Phrase'' (''Kaikan Furēzu'') is a shōjo manga series created by Creator/MayuShinjo. The manga was published by Shogakukan in Shōjo Comic between 1997 and 2000, and collected in 18 bound volumes. It was adapted as a 44-episode anime television series by StudioHibari, Creator/StudioHibari, a CD drama, and as a series of novels.


According to TheOtherWiki, ''Sensual Phrase'' (''Kaikan Furēzu'') is a shōjo manga series created by MayuShinjo. The manga was published by Shogakukan in Shōjo Comic between 1997 and 2000, and collected in 18 bound volumes. It was adapted as a 44-episode anime television series by StudioHibari, a CD drama, and as a series of novels.

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According to TheOtherWiki, ''Sensual Phrase'' (''Kaikan Furēzu'') is a shōjo manga series created by MayuShinjo.Creator/MayuShinjo. The manga was published by Shogakukan in Shōjo Comic between 1997 and 2000, and collected in 18 bound volumes. It was adapted as a 44-episode anime television series by StudioHibari, a CD drama, and as a series of novels.



* {{Defictionalization}}: There is actually a real VisualKei band named Λucifer.



* ExecutiveMeddling: There was a rather ugly fight between MayuShinjo and the Shogakukan people, as according to her they did NOT inform her that they were making an anime and a movie. It was apparently a corollary to the abuse that Shinjo received from them, which led her to go freelance.



* [[PromotedFanboy Promoted Fangirl]]: Aine, though she didn't ''start'' as an Λucifer fangirl.


According to TheOtherWiki, Sensual Phrase (快感♥フレーズ; Kaikan Furēzu) is a shōjo manga series created by MayuShinjo. The manga was published by Shogakukan in Shōjo Comic between 1997 and 2000, and collected in 18 bound volumes. It was adapted as a 44-episode anime television series by StudioHibari, a CD drama, and as a series of novels.

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According to TheOtherWiki, Sensual Phrase (快感♥フレーズ; Kaikan Furēzu) ''Sensual Phrase'' (''Kaikan Furēzu'') is a shōjo manga series created by MayuShinjo. The manga was published by Shogakukan in Shōjo Comic between 1997 and 2000, and collected in 18 bound volumes. It was adapted as a 44-episode anime television series by StudioHibari, a CD drama, and as a series of novels.



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