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[[Image:cosmos.jpg|thumb|200px|cosmos and their producer (2007) [[Minami Sayaka|SAYA]] ('''L''') and [[Minami Emi|EMI]] ('''R''')]]
 
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'''cosmos''' (秋桜) was a [[J-Pop|Japanese pop]] group created by [[Konami]] primarily for its [[BEMANI]] line of music simulation video games. Due to there being no information about them since 2007, it can be safe to assume they have disbanded.
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'''cosmos''' (秋桜) was a [[J-Pop|Japanese pop]] group created by [[Konami]] primarily for its [[BEMANI]] line of music simulation video games formed by two sisters. Due to there being no information about them since 2007, it can be safe to assume they have disbanded.
  
 
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* [2007.01.26] [[Cosmos (Mini Album)|cosmos]] (コスモス)
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* [2007.01.26] [[cosmos (mini-album)|cosmos]] (コスモス)
  
 
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cosmos and their producer (2007) SAYA (L) and EMI (R)

cosmos (秋桜) was a Japanese pop group created by Konami primarily for its BEMANI line of music simulation video games formed by two sisters. Due to there being no information about them since 2007, it can be safe to assume they have disbanded.

Members

Discography

Mini Album

  • [2007.01.26] cosmos (コスモス)

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