History Music / CosMO

2nd Feb '17 1:41:21 AM SonicGamer07
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* [[EarnYourHappyEnding The Intense Song of Hatsune Miku]]

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* [[EarnYourHappyEnding The Intense Song Voice of Hatsune Miku]]



* ShoutOut: The official art for Sadistic.Music∞Factory has Miku's eyes [[UnusualPupils replaced]] by ''Project DIVA'' note markers.

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* ShoutOut: The official art for Sadistic.Music∞Factory has Miku's eyes [[UnusualPupils [[ExoticEyeDesigns replaced]] by ''Project DIVA'' note markers.
2nd Feb '17 1:25:26 AM SonicGamer07
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* Sadistic.Music∞Factory

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* [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDIVA Sadistic.Music∞FactoryMusic∞Factory]]



* ShoutOut: The official art for Sadistic.Music∞Factory has Miku's eyes [[UnusualPupils replaced]] by ''Project DIVA'' note markers.




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* VillainousBreakdown: Towards the end of ''Sadistic.Music∞Factory''. The rhythm ''also'' has a breakdown to go with it.
2nd Feb '17 1:04:43 AM SonicGamer07
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** The ''VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDIVA'' games ''love'' setting cosMo songs as these. The first game kicked it off with ''The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku'' as its FinalBoss. Then its sister song ''The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku'' ejected ''Disappearance'' from its position in the second game and its UpdatedRerelease ([[NintendoHard and this version of the song remains one of the hardest songs in the series]]). ''F'' threw in the original song ''Sadistic.Music∞Factory'' as its FinalBoss. ''F 2nd'' finally broke the trend by [[{{Nerf}} nerfing]] ''Intense Voice'' and setting the FinalBoss to ''Two-Dimensional Dream Fever''. ''X'' then brings this back in full force with ''The Ultimate Medley'', a compilation of ''several'' of his songs into one track!

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** The ''VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDIVA'' games ''love'' setting cosMo songs as these. The first game kicked it off with ''The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku'' as its FinalBoss. Then its sister song ''The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku'' ejected ''Disappearance'' from its position in the second game and its UpdatedRerelease ([[NintendoHard and this version of the song remains one of the hardest songs in the series]]). ''F'' threw in the original song ''Sadistic.Music∞Factory'' as its FinalBoss. ''F 2nd'' finally broke the trend by [[{{Nerf}} nerfing]] ''Intense Voice'' and setting the FinalBoss to ''Two-Dimensional ''2D Dream Fever''. ''X'' then brings this back in full force with ''The Ultimate Medley'', which is not only remixed by him, but is a compilation literal BossRush of ''several'' of his [[ThatOneBoss the most dreaded songs into one track!in the franchise]], which include all of the aforementioned tracks.
24th Jun '16 1:04:31 AM XDiakos
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* [[VideoGame/{{Caligula}} Distorted Happiness]]
8th Mar '16 2:44:04 PM SonicGamer07
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* Bounce from 0→∞
8th Mar '16 2:12:18 PM SonicGamer07
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* MultipleEndings: ''Demise'' is the "Worst End", ''Disappearance'' is the "Dead End" (and ''Hyper∞lation'' is its sequel), ''∞'' is the "True End", and ''Intense Song'' is the "INFiNTY Happy End".

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* MultipleEndings: ''Demise'' is the "Worst End", ''Disappearance'' is the "Dead End" (and ''Hyper∞lation'' is its sequel), ''∞'' is the "True End", and ''Intense Song'' is the "INFiNTY "[=INFiNTY=] Happy End".End".
* RealityEnsues: ''The Real Disappearance of Hatsune Miku'' rather bluntly describes how Hatsune Miku would die in real life: she would lose her charm and be forgotten, and the world will move on to the next fun thing, much as it had done in the past.
8th Mar '16 2:06:20 PM SonicGamer07
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* The Real Disappearance of Hatsune Miku
19th Feb '16 11:27:31 PM SonicGamer07
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** The ''VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDIVA'' games ''love'' setting cosMo songs as these. The first game kicked it off with ''The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku'' as its FinalBoss. Then its sister song ''The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku'' ejected ''Disappearance'' from its position in the second game and its UpdatedRerelease ([[NintendoHard and this version of the song remains one of the hardest songs in the series]]). ''F'' threw in the original song ''Sadistic.Music∞Factory'' as its FinalBoss. ''F 2nd'' finally broke the trend by [[{{Nerf}} nerfing]] ''Intense Voice'' and setting the FinalBoss to ''Two-Dimensional Dream Fever''.

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** The ''VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDIVA'' games ''love'' setting cosMo songs as these. The first game kicked it off with ''The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku'' as its FinalBoss. Then its sister song ''The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku'' ejected ''Disappearance'' from its position in the second game and its UpdatedRerelease ([[NintendoHard and this version of the song remains one of the hardest songs in the series]]). ''F'' threw in the original song ''Sadistic.Music∞Factory'' as its FinalBoss. ''F 2nd'' finally broke the trend by [[{{Nerf}} nerfing]] ''Intense Voice'' and setting the FinalBoss to ''Two-Dimensional Dream Fever''. ''X'' then brings this back in full force with ''The Ultimate Medley'', a compilation of ''several'' of his songs into one track!
19th Nov '15 8:29:17 PM Adept
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[=cosMo=], also called Bousou-P after one of his more popular works, is an animator and prominent {{Vocaloid}} composer. He has become famous in the {{Vocaloid}} community for producing a vast number of extremely fast-tempo songs (often over 200 bpm), pushing the software to its limits. He has composed music sung by Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin and Len, Megurine Luka, Gumi, and Gakupo; while most of [=cosMo=]'s works are Miku songs, he claims that his favorite Vocaloid is Kagamine Len.

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[=cosMo=], also called Bousou-P after one of his more popular works, is an animator and prominent {{Vocaloid}} Music/{{Vocaloid}} composer. He has become famous in the {{Vocaloid}} Vocaloid community for producing a vast number of extremely fast-tempo songs (often over 200 bpm), pushing the software to its limits. He has composed music sung by Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin and Len, Megurine Luka, Gumi, and Gakupo; while most of [=cosMo=]'s works are Miku songs, he claims that his favorite Vocaloid is Kagamine Len.
17th Sep '15 12:48:49 PM lalaTKG
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[=cosMo=] has produced two series--the ''Fantastic Garden'' series, and ''The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku,'' which is responsible for his leap to fame. He has produced a number of mini-albums, and his songs are often included in Miku compilation [=CDs=]. ''Fantastic Garden'' is known for being extremely surrealist, and ''The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku'' chronicles the experience of what life is like for an actual Vocaloid program with a merciless eye. The ''Disappearance'' series, along with a few new songs, has been released as a full-length CD which will also be [=cosMo=]'s major debut.

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[=cosMo=] has produced two three series--the ''Fantastic Garden'' series, its sequel ''The Star Girl and the Illusion Paradise'', and ''The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku,'' which is responsible for his leap to fame. He has produced a number of mini-albums, and his songs are often included in Miku compilation [=CDs=]. ''Fantastic Garden'' is known for being extremely surrealist, and ''The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku'' chronicles the experience of what life is like for an actual Vocaloid program with a merciless eye. The ''Disappearance'' series, along with a few new songs, has been released as a full-length CD which will also be [=cosMo=]'s major debut.
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