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Akiko Takahashi (Cosmo Space)

Akiko Takahashi (Cosmo Space)
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Japan
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Akiko Takahashi is a Japanese drummer, long-time member of Ars Nova. She is also leader of Akiko's Cosmo Space, a cosmo rock band formed in 2014.
Website
http://www5.hp-ez.com/hp/akikocosmo/1
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Releases on file (9)
Akiko's Cosmo Space — Julähsica to This Wonderful Day Akiko's Cosmo Space — Julähsica to This Wonderful Day
(Musea MP-3308, 2015, CD)
Ars Nova Biogenesis Project — Biogenesis Ars Nova Biogenesis Project — Biogenesis
(Musea FGBG 4532.AR, 2003, CD)
Ars Nova — Android Domina Ars Nova — Android Domina
(Musea FGBG 4347.AR, 2001, CD)
Ars Nova — Lacrimaria Ars Nova — Lacrimaria
(Made in Japan MJC-1023, 2001, CD)
Marble Sheep — Stone Marby Marble Sheep — Stone Marby
(Captain Trip CTCD-300, 2001, CD)
Gerard / Ars Nova — Keyboards Triangle Gerard / Ars Nova — Keyboards Triangle
(Musea FGBG 4306.AR, 1999, CD)
Ars Nova — The Book of the Dead (Reu Nu Pert Em Hru) Ars Nova — The Book of the Dead (Reu Nu Pert Em Hru)
(Made in Japan MJC-1018, 1998, CD)
Ars Nova — The Goddess of Darkness Ars Nova — The Goddess of Darkness
(Made in Japan MJC-1014, 1996, CD)
Ars Nova — Transi Ars Nova — Transi
(Made in Japan MJC-1006, 1994, CD)

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