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A '''''Seiyuu Group''''' (声優ユニット; lit. "voice actor unit") is a musical group or band that is used for marketing tie-in with an anime or video game show. They usually consist of the lead [[:Category: Japanese voice actors|voice actors]] of that show, and rarely survive after the marketing campaign is over.  
 
A '''''Seiyuu Group''''' (声優ユニット; lit. "voice actor unit") is a musical group or band that is used for marketing tie-in with an anime or video game show. They usually consist of the lead [[:Category: Japanese voice actors|voice actors]] of that show, and rarely survive after the marketing campaign is over.  
  
Famous [[Sailor Moon (series)|''Sailor Moon'']]-related Seiyuu Groups include [[Peach Hips]] and [[Moon Lips]].
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Famous [[Sailor Moon (series)|''Sailor Moon'']]-related Seiyuu Groups include [[Peach Hips]], [[Moon Lips]], and [[Sakurakko Club]].
  
 
There are many famous Seiyuu Groups involving ''Sailor Moon'' actors, such as Goddess Family Club (from the anime [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ah_My_Goddess ''Oh My Goddess'']) which stars [[Kikuko Inoue]] ([[Sailor Aluminum Seiren]]), [[Yumi Touma]] ([[An]] and [[Xenian]]), and [[Aya Hisakawa]] ([[Sailor Mercury]]).
 
There are many famous Seiyuu Groups involving ''Sailor Moon'' actors, such as Goddess Family Club (from the anime [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ah_My_Goddess ''Oh My Goddess'']) which stars [[Kikuko Inoue]] ([[Sailor Aluminum Seiren]]), [[Yumi Touma]] ([[An]] and [[Xenian]]), and [[Aya Hisakawa]] ([[Sailor Mercury]]).

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