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PostSubject: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS (Single) 28.10.2009   Fri 29 Feb 2008, 1:06 am



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Name: Ami Suzuki 鈴木亜美(Also known as Ami-Go (あみ~ゴ, Ami-Go?))
Born: February 9, 1982 (1982-02-09) (age 26)
Birth Place: Kanagawa
Genre(s): J-Pop, Trance, Eurodance
Occupation(s): singer, songwriter
Instrument(s): Vocals, guitar, piano
Years active: 1998–2001, 2004-present
Label(s): Sony Music Japan 1998 - 2001
Amity: 2004
Avex Trax: 2005 - Present
Associated acts: Tetsuya Komuro, Aly & AJ, Nakata Yasutaka (capsule), Kirinji, THC!!, Buffalo Daughter, Ai Otsuka, Northern Bright, Scoobie Do, Kihara Ryoutarou, Ueda Kenji, Ken Harada, Kazuhito Kikuchi , Ayano Tsuji, Hideki Kaji, HAL, Sugiurumn,
S.A. (Studio Apartment), Ram Rider, Captain Funk, Tomoe Shinohara☆☆☆, Rocketman featuring You The Rock★, Hoff Dylan, & Yo-King Website, Ami Suzuki
Official Site:: http://www.avexnet.or.jp/ami/index.html

Ami Suzuki (鈴木亜美 Suzuki Ami, born February 9, 1982) is a female singer and songwriter from Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.

Suzuki was one of the most popular female singers between 1998 and 2000 and the known rival of Ayumi Hamasaki, but in 2000 after legal problems with her management company, she was dropped from her label and fell from popularity, becoming widely unnoticed in the Japanese entertainment business for several years.

With the help of Max Matsuura, Suzuki finally returned to the music scene under the Avex Trax label in 2005 with her comeback single, Delightful, a dance song that reached No. 3 on the Japanese Oricon charts and became one of 2005 summer's hits.

Biography:

Early Life:

While she was attending the high school Ami auditioned for the Japanese talent show Asayan, which was looking for young girls who could sing. The grand prize winner would be rewarded with a contract with Sony Music Entertainment Japan and a high-profile music career.

The TV show became very popular and the number of viewers watching it grew and grew as the series progressed; its popularity was such that soon it was aired in other Asian countries. From 13,500 contestants, only five girls were chosen to be in the final round, and Ami won the competition supported by 802,157 phone calls from the audience. She was only 15 years old.

1998-2000: Successful Debut and Legal problems:

SA:

Sony Music signed Ami to the label, and Tetsuya Komuro sponsored her on his own sub label on Sony, TRUE KiSS DISC, with Komuro as writer and producer on all of Ami's songs.

In April 1998 Ami recorded her first song and single "love the island." The song was written and produced by Tetsuya Komuro, who was on the top of his career at that time, working with popular singers like Namie Amuro and hitomi. Sony Music and the government of Japan made a deal for use of Ami's song "Love the Island" as the main theme of the "Guam Island Campaign Summer '98", which campaigned for an increase in Japanese tourism in Guam. The song was well promoted, with Ami appearing on covers of magazines like Young Jump and even traveling to Guam to promote the song live on the local version of the international music channel MTV. The single was finally released on July 1, 1998, and debuted at No. 5 on the Oricon charts, which was good for a debut single. Ami's second single, "alone in my room" was also used for the Guam campaign, and also did well, debuting at No. 3 on the charts and selling even better than the first single.

As the "Asayan" show has already ended its run, Ami made her radio début in October 1998. The show was called Run!Run!Ami-Go! (Run!Run!あみ~ゴ!!, Run!Run!Ami-Go!?), which topped the radio rankings in popularity. She also signed a deal with the Japanese product Kissmark for advertisements and promotion all around Japan, Asia. Sony began promoting her third single, "all night long". The dance song was featured constantly at the most famous discotheque of Japan, Velfarre, and was a big hit. It debuted at No. 2 on the Oricon charts. Later that year, Ami Suzuki won various awards including the Japan Record Award for Best New Artist.

In 1999 it started well for Suzuki with the huge success of her first photo book titled Ami-Go, which sold around 200,000 copies. Later in March of that year, her debut album "SA" was released, becoming one of the Top 10 best selling albums of 1999.

Ami was constantly compared with "rival" Ayumi Hamasaki. The two young female singers were often called "enemies" by the tabloids because they began their careers at the same time and each had potential to be the next "Queen of J-Pop". Both Ami and Ayumi have always denied the rivalry existed. It should be noted that Avex President Max Matsuura who ultimately signed Ami, ending her blacklisting, is also Ayumi Hamasaki's friend and manager, so the rivalry seems a friendly one.

Infinity eighteen vol. 1:

At the release of her highly-expected 7th single "Be Together" (which was a cover of TM Network), Ami competed with "rival" Ayumi Hamasaki for the first time for the top position in the charts. Ayumi released her 9th single "Boys & Girls" on the same day. Ami went to the first position at Oricon, leaving Ayumi behind in second (although Boys & Girls would go on to become a #1 single itself and eventually outsell Be Together). This was the first time Ami reached the number one position in the charts with "Be Together" becoming one of the most popular songs of 1999. Her next single, titled "Our Days," also ranked number one in the charts later that year, becoming a huge hit inside Japan Asia. By End of the Year Ami's released her 8th and last single in 1999 entitled "Happy New Millennium" and debut at #2 and sold 364,000 copies making Ami's second lowest single in 1999.

By end of January Ami's released her first single in 2000 "Don't need to say good bye" and debut at #5 and became Ami second #5 single during her Sony era. A week after Ami released her second studio album "infinity eighteen vol.1]" and sold 1,063,000 copies making Ami's second highest albums rank after "SA" and debut at #1.

As Ami evolved into a more mature artist, she began writing her own lyrics. The first song Ami wrote, with the help of Mitsuko and Tetsuya Komuro, was her 10th and last Sony single "Don't need to say good bye." The lyrics were influenced by events occurring in her personal life at that time, specifically her upcoming high school graduation.

Infinity Eighteen Vol. 2:

Three months after "infinity eighteen vol.1" Ami released her 12th single, "Thank you 4 every day every body" in the beginning of April and 3rd studio album, "Infinity Eighteen Vol.2" at the end of April. "Thank You 4 Every Day Every BodyY" sold a total of 234,000 copies at #1 and "Infinity Eighteen Vol.2" sold a total of 427,000 copies at #2 and also her lowest studio album during her Sony era.

"Reality / Dancin' in Hip-Hop" was Ami's 12th single released by Japanese singer Ami Suzuki under label Sony Music Japan on September 27, 2000 and reach #3 on Oricon weekly Chart and sold a total of 211,000.

In 2000, the young singer's career came to an abrupt halt when Eiji Yamada, the President of her production company AG Communication, was convicted on tax evasion charges. AG Communication was avoiding tax by underreporting their earnings, and by consequence were underpaying royalties to artists. Suzuki Ami's parents sued AG Communication for termination of her contract on these grounds, and that association would taint her squeaky clean image. The Tokyo District Court found in her favor, but the lawsuit resulted in Ami Suzuki's blacklisting because of an unwritten rule of the entertainment business in Japan: artists who get into legal disputes with their masters are blacklisted. In court documents it was revealed that AG Communication was paying her very little to begin with: Despite eight-figure record sales that year, Ami Suzuki earned just $1500 a month at the start of her career, and a minuscule 0.4% royalty rate on CDs, raised to $9780 and 0.55% in 1999.

Ami was faced with the problem of production companies refusing to sign her in and she tried to make a comeback in the next two years with little to no success. Her relationship with her producer, Tetsuya Komuro, also ceased. Many people were convinced that her chances for making a comeback were nil. In 2003, Ami finally negotiated an out-of-court agreement with Sony. Her contract with the label was scheduled to end in December 2004 with no singles or albums released after 2001 by Sony due to her blacklisting.

Eiji Yamada was subsequently fined for his role in the tax evasion. Government officials linked to the scandal included former Education Minister Takashi Kosugi and two other legislators, who allegedly received 34 million yen in unofficial payments for referring AG Communication and other clients seeking tax evasion.

Particular credit for covering Suzuki Ami's legal problems goes to Music Journalists Steve McClure writing for the Japan Times and Rori Caffrey for the Daily Yomiuri. The blacklisting was not discussed in the mainstream Japanese Press, and McClure himself was warned against reporting it.

2001-2004: The Fallen Idol - Going Independent:

Fun for Fan:

2001 wasn't a good year for Ami. In March of that year her radio program Run!Run!Ami-Go!! was canceled, (sucked in) and in April her official fan club ami spice (which had at that time at least 15,000 members) was abruptly closed. In the middle of this earthquake, Sony Music released their last Ami's album, her Best Of collection entitled "Fun for Fan", already considering Ami a retired artist. Many people and fans started to show their support to Ami, and the Best Of album reached the first position of the Oricon charts, despite a lack of major promotion. Even more reflective Ami's continued popularity, her first single, "love the island," once again appeared in the Oricon charts in April 2001, three years after its original release, and it was one of the Top 50 best-selling singles for days (selling approximately 1,000 more copies that week). However, the support of Sony Music and Tetsuya Komuro to Ami's career was not there anymore.

Tsuyoi Kizuna and Forever Love:

Ami decided to change her stage name from 鈴木あみ (kanji/hiragana) to 鈴木亜美 (completely in Kanji) to try to make a comeback to the music industry. In April 2004 the singer released a photo book called "Tsuyoi Kizuna" with a CD Single included, published by Tokyo-based Bungei Shunju. She made few appearances on TV shows to promote it, and it sold pretty well despite the low promotion, reaching the No. 1 place of the best-selling non-fiction books. In August of the same year, she released a single called "Forever Love" under her own independent label, Amity. The release sold well despite poor promotion and ranked #21 on Oricon's General Singles Chart and #1 in Oricon's Independent Singles Chart. In addition, a mini-concert DVD was released. The DVD included the two singles released during the year and was titled 2004 Summer Fly Hight -ami shower-.
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Fri 29 Feb 2008, 1:12 am

2005: The Comeback:

Everything changed drastically for Ami when she performed live at the annual festival of her school, Nihon University. Max Matsuura, the president of Avex Trax (one of the largest record labels in Japan) was in the audience. Matsuura is famous for finding and developing artists into famous stars. After watching Ami's performance, Matsuura asked her to sign on to his label, Avex. At the last performance on Ami's nationwide tour, Ami's Love For You-Live, held on December 30 at Tokyo public welfare annuity hall, the transfer to Avex Trax was officially announced and Ami's return to music after three and a half years began.

On January 1, 2005, Ami's official website under the Avex label was officially opened. The promotion of her first single under the new label, "Hopeful," started as well. The release date was scheduled for February, but was later cancelled for unknown reasons. "Hopeful" was never released as a physical single but was known as the first Avex downloadable ring tone and tune single. Despite of this, a music video for the song was later made with a remixed version by Japanese Trance DJ Overhead Champion; the original version of the song was never released on a regular CD, just on Avex airplay promos. In March, Ami finally marked her return to the music industry with a "comeback" single (a physical CD single) titled "Delightful," a song produced by German "hands up" trance producer Axel Konrad and whose executive producer was Max Matsuura. The trance song was massively promoted by Avex with a diverse array of releases of the single (CD, CD+DVD, CD+Photobook, CD+Illustration Essay), with a different remix on each version, and also a b-side: a j-pop ballad "About You...." The single debuted at number 2 in Oricon's charts its first week and became one of the spring hits of the year. "Delightful" got the 97th place in the Oricon's Yearly Top 500 best singles of 2005.

Her second single under Avex, titled "Eventful", also a dance track, had moderate sales, debuting at number nine on Oricon music charts and it got the 245th place in the list of the top 500 best singles of 2005. Later in the year, "Eventful" won a gold prize for Best New Artist at the 47th Nihon Record Taishou on December 31, 2005. The gold prize is awarded to 10 of the top songs of the year. Other winners of the prize for that year include Ai Otsuka and Kumi Koda.

For the release of Ami's third single, Avex and the artist decided to move away from the dance genre and decided to release a ballad, "Negaigoto". However, even before the release of the single Ami faced controversy once again; this time for being compared with J-Pop rival Ayumi Hamasaki because of the similarity between the music videos of "Negaigoto" and "alterna" from Hamasaki's single "fairyland". Both videos were recorded during the same period, and because of their obvious similarities, an Ami/Ayu rivalry started to appear again as fans were trying to figure out who copied who. Although the videos do have clear similarities, their inner messages were, in fact, really different. "Negaigoto" is a story of Ami's history with the music industry with her rise and fall. Ayumi's "alterna" is a covert attack on the Japanese media with a message of anger. Possibly due to this controversy, "Negaigoto" did not have achieve much success compared to Ami's previous Avex singles, selling only 22,000 copies and debuting at #13 on the Oricon charts. The B-side included on the single, an upbeat J-Pop song called "Times", was used as the main theme of a TV commercial of N's Street Online Shopping.

During the same month, her new official "Mobile" (via-cell phone) Fan Club Ami Sapuri was founded, and, on her official website, Ami announced that a live tour for promoting her upcoming album would start in the following months. Later, Ami also participated on the 2005 version of A-Nation, a concert where the most popular artists of Avex Trax get together and sing their hits. During A-Nation, Ami performed her singles "Delightful" and "Negaigoto". This was also the first time that Ami shared a tour and the stage with known rival Ayumi Hamasaki.

In October 2005 Ami released her first studio album in five years, and her debut album on Avex Trax. The album was originally going to be called "Hopeful", but ended up being titled "Around the World". The album included all the singles that Ami released in 2005: "Hopeful", "Delightful", "Eventful", "Negaigoto" and "Around the World" (the single of this song was released the same day of the album). The album was released in four different formats including a version with a bonus DVD with the music videos. The name of her live tour also was changed from "Hopeful Tour Live House Body Shake It!" to "Around the World Live House Tour". Although the album sales were not too bad, sales did not reach the level of Ami's previous albums, selling only 50,000 copies. Also, it was her lowest debut on the Oricon albums charts at number five. However, album sales were helped by the Around the World tour and "Around the World" had successfully reestablished Ami as an artist once more.

The following month Ami took part on the Japanese 55th Anniversary of Snoopy, officially calledSnoopy Life Design Happiness is the 55th Anniversary, by recording a song titled "Happiness is..." which was sold as a CD Single exclusively at the event, which took place in Tokyo.

2006-2007: Back To Music:

Amix World and Connetta:

On December 7, 2005, Ami released her 5th Avex single, "Little Crystal". The Maxi Single was full of Christmas feeling, including four different ballads by four different arrangers. Two different music videos were made to promote the singles, "Crystal" and "To be Free". This was the first of Ami's Avex label CD+DVD releases that did not include any bonus material. Previously, singles with a bonus DVD included behind the scenes footage. "Little Crystal" had poor promotion by the Avex label for unknown reasons, with only one live performance on Music Station and at its release it debuted at #22, selling only 15,000 copies in its first month.

Once she finished promoting her latest Avex album, with her first nation-wide tour in five years, Ami was already recording new material. Just two months and a day after "Little Crystal", and one day before Ami's 24th birthday. "Fantastic", the 6th single, was released. The song was her first to be used as an opening theme on an anime series, as the tune for the TV adaptation of the third season of Blackjack. But just like her previous single, "Fantastic" did not get enough recognition, debuting only at #14 with low sales (only 14,000 copies its first week and only 3,000 more copies its second week). At the moment, the single has sold more copies and did pretty well based on its low promotion and debut. It has outsold "Little Crystal", which at the time was her least successful single.

Ami's first remix album, entitled "Amix World", was released on March 29th, 2006. It contained a remix of the song "Around the World" and of every single Ami released off Avex except for "Little Crystal", plus remixes of some non-single tracks from Ami's album "Around the World". The remixers who worked on the album are some of the most popular and recognized artists from Japan's dance scene these days. They include Sham-Poo, M.O.R., and Ferry Corsten, who remixed the songs "Around the World" and "Fantastic". However, the release is not expected to be a big success or a chart-topper. At the end of its first week of sales, the album peaked at the #78 position on the Oricon charts, making it Ami's lowest-charting album to date.

Ami's 7th single was a different style: a little far from the previous trance style and more pop in nature. The music producer HΛL was chosen to work with Ami in "Alright!", a single released on May 17, 2006, and was considerably more cheaply produced than her previous works with a cheaper video and just a few performances. In the first week the single did not even sell ten thousand copies, being one of the lowest-selling singles for the artist in its first week. However, the song has since then sold more copies, which can be considered good.

The 8th single released under Avex, "Like a Love?", was released July 26, 2006. The single had caught more attention before its release mainly because is the first composition of J-Pop singer Ai Otsuka for another artist besides herself, and it was expected to sell considerably because of that. It was also the first music work of Ami with another female singer. The two girls met at 2006's a-nation and became good friends. The single debuted at #13 on its first day and quickly fell down the charts. It ultimately placed at #23 and sold just under 9,000 copies its first week.

Ami debuted in the bigscreen for the first time in the movie Rainbow Song, produced by Shunji Iwai, and it was released on October 28. Ami played the role of a girl called Sayumi Kubo (久保サユミ, Kubō Sayumi?). In her web-diary, Suzuki said that her role in the film is not as major as had been previously stated, but she still considered it a great way to start an acting career. She said that she would like to sing and act at the same time and hopes to achieve that goal.

After a short break, it was announced that Ami would be coming out with new music. She covered two Disney songs, one from Beauty and the Beast and the other was called "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah". These songs were only available on the Disney Music Store Japan's website starting December 20, 2006.

Shortly after the news of Ami's two new Disney songs, it was announced she would be releasing 3 new singles under a new "joins" project. These singles were her first releases of 2007, each one a collaboration with 3 different artists released 3 weeks in a row, starting February 28, finishing with the second Avex album in March 21. The "joins" singles featured the bands Buffalo Daughter, THC!! and Kirinji and received low promotion, and were only minor hits in the Oricon charts. After that, Connetta, her second Avex album, also called the "join" album, debuted at #26 on the Japanese charts, becoming her lowest-selling studio album.

2008-present: The New Image:

Dolce:

Ami's acting career started more seriously: she starred in the live action drama "Skull Man", and also in the Japanese-Korean movie "Magnolia no Hana no Shita de", in which she shot some scenes in New York and Korea. She was also invited for a third time at 2007's a-nation, where she was chosen as the opening act for the whole tour.

At this time she had already recorded a new single, keeping the line of the "join" project, this time with electronic producer and capsule leader Yasutaka Nakata. Her 4th "join" single, and first Avex double A-side single, "Free Free / Super Music Maker", was released on August 22, 2007. For this single's promotion Ami changed drastically her image, from a cute Pop image for a more mature and sexy-erotic style. Her new look was called as "Ero-Pop" and "Ero-Kakkoi" by Japanese tabloids, even comparing Ami to singer Kumi Koda.[7] This single did considerably better than the previous "join" singles, debuting at #32 on the Japanese charts, and achieving more than 8 thousand copies sold, little less than the three previous singles sales together.

Suzuki's "join" single was released on November 28, 2007. It is a collaboration with Aly & AJ on their song "Potential Breakup Song", produced by Japanese DJ and musician Sugiurmn.

Ami released her 3rd Avex studio album (6th overall), Dolce on February 6, 2008.
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Fri 29 Feb 2008, 1:13 am

Discography:

Total Sales:

* GRAND TOTAL (singles + albums): 9,183,310

Albums:

* Sony Music total album sales: 3,796,000 copies
* Avex total album sales: 65,589 copies
* Total album sales: 3,861,589 copies

Singles:

* Sony Music Japan, total single sales: 4,733,000 copies
* Independent, total single sales: 167,000 copies
* Avex Trax, total single sales: 221,937 copies
* Total single sales: 5,321,721 copies

Albums:

Sony Music studio albums



1st album: SA (Debut album)

* Released: March 25, 1999
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: #1
* Debut copies sold: 1,058,510
* Overall copies sold: 1,879,000



2nd album: Infinity eighteen vol.1

* Released: February 2, 2000
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: #1
* Debut copies sold: 825,130
* Overall copies sold: 1,063,000



3rd Infinity Eighteen Vol. 2:

* Released: April 26, 2000
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: #2
* Debut copies sold: 303,230
* Overall copies sold: 427,000

Avex Trax studio albums:



(4th) 1st album: Around the world:

* Released: October 14, 2005
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: #5
* Overall copies sold: 62,022



(5th) 2nd album: Connecta:

* Released: March 21, 2007
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: #24
* Debut copies sold: 8,410
* Overall copies sold: 12,000



(6th) 3rd album: Dolce

* Released: February 6, 2008
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: #26
* Debut copies sold: 7,071

Sony Music compilation albums:



1st: Fun for Fan

* Released: May 30, 2001
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: #1
* Debut copies sold: 242,330
* Overall copies sold: 379,000

Avex Trax remix album:



1st: Amix World

* Released: March 29, 2006
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: #78
* Overall copies sold: 4,000
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Fri 29 Feb 2008, 1:14 am

Singles:

Sony Music Japan singles:

SA Album:



1st single: Love the island:

* Released: July 1, 1998
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #5
* Debut copies sold: 67,690
* Overall copies sold: 288,000



2nd single: Alone in my room:

* Released: September 17, 1998
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #3
* Debut copies sold: 98,130
* Overall copies sold: 353,000



3rd single: All night long:

* Released: November 5, 1998
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #2
* Debut copies sold: 133,740
* Overall copies sold: 346,820



4th single: White Key:

* Released: December 16, 1998
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #2
* Debut copies sold: 185,200
* Overall copies sold: 503,000



5th single: Nothing without you:

* Released: February 17, 1999
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #3
* Debut copies sold: 221,300
* Overall copies sold: 411,000



6th single: Don´t leave me behind / Silent Stream:

* Released: March 17, 1999
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #3
* Debut copies sold: 198,790
* Overall copies sold: 273,000

Infinity Eighteen Vol.1 album:



7th Single: Be together:

* Released: July 14, 1999
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #1
* Debut copies sold: 317,610
* Overall copies sold: 870,000



8th single: Our days:

* Released: September 29, 1999
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #1
* Debut copies sold: 253,620
* Overall copies sold: 467,000



9th single: Happy New Millenium:

* Released: December 22, 1999
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #2
* Debut copies sold: 302,640
* Overall copies sold: 364,000



10th single: Don´t need to say good bye":

* Released: January 26, 2000
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #5
* Debut copies sold: 272,620
* Overall copies sold: 346,000

Infinity Eighteen Vol.2:



11th Single: Thank you 4 every day every body:

* Released: April 12, 2000
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #1
* Debut copies sold: 145,560
* Overall copies sold: 234,000

FUR for FAN:



12th Single: Reality / Dancin´in Hip-Hop:

* Released: September 27, 2000
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #3
* Debut copies sold: 142,260
* Overall copies sold: 211,000

From independent label:



13th single: Tsuyoi Kizuna:

* Released: April 21, 2004
* Oricon Weekly Peak: N/A
* Overall copies sold: 150,000



14th single: Forever Love:

* Released: August 11, 2004
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #22
* Debut copies sold: 10,016
* Overall copies sold: 17,000

Avex Trax:
Around the World Album:



15th single: Delightful:

* Released: March 24th, 2005
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #3
* Debut copies sold: 90,336
* Overall copies sold: 97,000



16th Single: Eventful:

* Released: May 25, 2005
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #9
* Overall copies sold: 37,000



17th Single: Negaigoto:

* Released: August 17, 2005
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #13
* Overall copies sold: 22,000



18th Single: Around the world:

* Released: October 12, 2005
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #19
* Debut copies sold: 5,559
* Overall copies sold: 7,500

Connetta Album:



19th single: Little Cristal (Ami Suzuki joins Kazuhito Kikuchi & Kazuhiro Hara):

* Released: December 7, 2005
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #22
* Overall copies sold: 16,115



20th single: Fantastic (Ami Suzuki joins Harada Ken):

* Released: February 2, 2006
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #14
* Debut copies sold: 14,167
* Overall copies sold: 20,213



21st single: Alright! (Ami Suzuki joins HAL):

* Released: May 17, 2006
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #17
* Overall copies sold: 16,200



22nd single: Like a Love? (Ami Suzuki joins Ai Otsuka):

* Released: July 26, 2006
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #23
* Debut copies sold: 8,765
* Overall copies sold: 12,980



23rd single: O.K. Funky God (Ami Suzuki joins Buffallo Daughter):

* Released: February 28, 2007
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #47
* Overall copies sold: 3,699



24th Single: Peace Otodoke!!♥ (Ami Suzuki joins THC!!):

* Released: March 7, 2007
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #46
* Overall copies sold: 3,614



25th Single: Sore mo Kitto Shiawase (Ami Suzuki joins Kirinji):

* Released: March 14, 2007
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #39
* Debut copies sold: 2,790
* Overall copies sold: 3,856



26th Single: Free Free / Super Music Maker (Ami Suzuki joins Yasutaka Nakata - Capsule-):

* Released: August 22, 2007
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #32
* Debut copies sold: 5,660
* Overall copies sold: 8,946



27th Single: Potential Breakup Song (Ami Suzuki joins Aly & AJ):

* Released: November 11, 2007
* Oricon Weekly Peak: #34
* Debut copies sold: 4,151
* Overall copies sold: 5,956
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Fri 29 Feb 2008, 1:15 am

Special singles:


Hopeful:

* Released: February 9, 2005 (Cancelled)
* Format: Promotional Single / Online
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: N/A

For yourself:

* Released: June 25, 2005
* Format: Online transmission only
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: N/A

Happiness is...:

* Released: November 9, 2005
* Format: CD5" (Limited Edition)
* Oricon Top 200 Weekly Peak: N/A

DVD´s:



AMIGO'S PARLOR SHAKE SHAKE SHAKE: Released November 1, 2000



AMI-GO-ROUND TOUR:[b] Released: December 23, 2000



[b]Video Clips FUN for FAN:
Released: July 1, 2001



2004 SUMMER FLY HIGH-ami shower-: Released December 17, 2004



SUZUKI AMI AROUND THE WORLD ~LIVE HOUSE TOUR 2005~: Released: February 8, 2006



Join clips: Released: February 6, 2008

Books:



AmiGo: February 1, 1999



Ami book: Released: September 30, 2003



Tsuyoi Kizuna (+CD): Released: Released April 25, 2004



Delightful + Photo Book or Artbook: Released: March 24, 2005

BOX & MISC:



Bazooka 17: Released: September 7, 2005

OMNIBUS:



MAX JAPAN 6 ~best hits in japan'99~: Released: November 20, 1999



MAX JAPAN 7 ~best hits in japan 2000~: Released: November 22, 2000



Cheers -Undoukai Songs- (Regular Edition): Released: September 13, 2006



A-mania ~pane!for SKIP J-TRANCE~: Released: December 6, 2006

Others:

* SA (Mini CD), April 29, 1999
* BE TOGETHER (Vinyl), August 25, 1999

PV´S:

1st single: Love the island: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGepl3fk9_Y

2nd single: Alone in my room: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIuK5dYbH_w

3rd single: All night long: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VupRMZM4pKo&feature=related

4th single: White Key: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xspymb_9gVY&feature=related

5th single: Nothing without you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iwa7s4yT4lM&feature=related

6th single: Don´t leave me behind / Silent Stream: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKjpwOGPXJA

7th Single: Be together: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqvH_1YVYbQ&feature=related

8th single: Our days: (url] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-aYUmpZ5Yw

9th single: Happy New Millenium: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVcW_FAHSEI&feature=related

10th single: Don´t need to say good bye": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOgXT2c9M1I&feature=related

11th Single: Thank you 4 every day every body: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P78KyksYCQU&feature=related

12th Single: Reality / Dancin´in Hip-Hop:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRYWcQvG9Pg&feature=related

13th single: Tsuyoi Kizuna:

14th single: Forever Love:

15th single: Delightful: http://www.dailymotion.com/relevance/searc...elightful_music

16th Single: Eventful:

17th Single: Negaigoto: http://www.veoh.com/videos/e1318536hwp72gZ

18th Single: Around the world: http://www.veoh.com/videos/e131844hGhtpe98

19th single: Little Cristal (Ami Suzuki joins Kazuhito Kikuchi & Kazuhiro Hara):

20th single: Fantastic (Ami Suzuki joins Harada Ken): http://www.dailymotion.com/relevance/searc...fantastic_music

21st single: Alright! (Ami Suzuki joins HAL):

22nd single: Like a Love? (Ami Suzuki joins Ai Otsuka): http://www.dailymotion.com/relevance/searc...a-love-pv_music

23rd single: O.K. Funky God (Ami Suzuki joins Buffallo Daughter):

24th Single: Peace Otodoke!!♥ (Ami Suzuki joins THC!!):

25th Single: Sore mo Kitto Shiawase (Ami Suzuki joins Kirinji):

26th Single: Free Free / Super Music Maker (Ami Suzuki joins Yasutaka Nakata - Capsule-): http://www.veoh.com/videos/v1576049fwpCS86p

27th Single: Potential Breakup Song (Ami Suzuki joins Aly & AJ): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A97GYjMGMt0

Bitter: http://www.veoh.com/videos/v1826692Ap5GnPb...3910951&rank=11

To be free: http://www.veoh.com/videos/v2154141zzsQy5e...19438697&rank=1
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Fri 29 Feb 2008, 10:55 am

whouaaaa O__o thank you Dbitto
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Sun 02 Mar 2008, 1:35 am

Ouais,comment je l'ai oublier,je conn,j'aime bien ,http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdzcXvPPih8trop mimi,cette ami!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Tue 04 Mar 2008, 10:59 am

i've never heard her, thnks for posting everything!
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Fri 09 May 2008, 8:28 pm

New Single !!

Name : ONE
Release : July 7th, 2008

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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Sun 11 May 2008, 1:58 pm

Merci pour l'info !
J'aime bien ses musiques car elles sont composées par le producteur des Perfume entre autre *_*
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Sun 29 Jun 2008, 1:05 pm

Les covers et la tracklist + PV :

CD + DVD | CD Only


CD Tracklist

1. ONE
2. A token of love
3. ONE (Instrumental)
4. A token of love (FM88 mix) / remix Yasutaka Nakata (capsule)

DVD Tracklist

1. ONE (Music Clip)


Et le clip c'est here !!
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Sun 29 Jun 2008, 2:48 pm

fait beaucoup penser au style de free, elle est trop sexy sur les photos *___*
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Tue 01 Jul 2008, 1:50 pm

C'est comme même assez spécial,
J'aime sans plus ^^"
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Thu 05 Nov 2009, 8:47 pm

Ami Suzuki released a new single entitled KISS KISS KISS (Release: October 28th, 2009)


KISS KISS KISS, Do you know how to KISS KISS KISS ? Something like THIS THIS THIS :D

Tracklist:
1. KISS KISS KISS
2. 愛してる.... (Aishiteru...)
3. KISS KISS KISS (Extended Japanese Version)
4. KISS KISS KISS (Extended English Version)
5. 愛してる.... (Extended)

I like it, really :)
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Mon 09 Nov 2009, 6:25 am

Nice post! Ami Suzuki is good. KISS KISS KISS is great, but it was a big flop. Only 2,448 units sold in first week, bad =(
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Mon 09 Nov 2009, 7:03 pm

Her music is different.It sounds very good, ........but excuse me........... she can´t sing.
And thanks for sharing. :=):
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Wed 11 Nov 2009, 1:49 am

i agree voice catcher on every word^^
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Thu 19 Nov 2009, 9:48 pm

Great thread and a new single will be releasing ^^

http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/detailview.html?KEY=AVCD-31757
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Thu 19 Nov 2009, 10:08 pm

good news ^^

*eating nails for new aya singles*
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Sat 20 Feb 2010, 3:47 am

I love this single!!

KISS KISS KISS is the best song of Ami in a long time ^^
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Sat 20 Feb 2010, 8:47 pm

she´s a good singer^^
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Thu 17 Jun 2010, 8:55 am



Ami Suzuki will be releasing a mix cd featuring songs all mixed by herself "DJ Ami Suzuki" titled BLOOMING. The release date has been scheduled for July 21st. So far no new material by Ami will be featured on the album. There are still three new tracks that still need to be revealed giving it a total of 20 songs.

Tracklist
1. Put Your Hands Up - Fedde Le Grand
2. Viva La Vida (House Nation Remix)- DJ OMKT
3. I Love Rock’N’Roll (Extended Mix)- Alex Gaudino & Jason Rooney
4. One More Time (MITOMI TOKOTO Big Summer Remix)- Sunset In Ibiza
5. Show Me Love (Extended Mix)- Steve Angello & Laidback Luke feat. Robin S
6. Rock U - Ravex
7. I Rave U (4th Remix) - Ravex
8. Disco Siren - Midfield General
9. Cheap Thrills (The Count Remix A.K.A. The Count Of Monte Cristal)- Herve
10. Music Matter featuring Caress - Faithless
11. Natural High - Michael Woods
12. Goodlife - Kim Fai
13. Can’t Get Enough ’09-Guy Robin Remix - Soulsearcher
14. Life Goes On feat.Shawnee Taylor-Avicii & Philgood Remix - Richard Grey, Erick Morillo, Jose Nunez
15. Now You’re Gone feat.Lisa Millet (Jason Herd’s Most Obvious Mix)- Juan Kidd, Felix Baumgartner
16. Kiss Kiss Kiss (English Version) - Ami Suzuki
17. (予定情報)他 全20曲収録予定
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Fri 18 Jun 2010, 1:24 am

thanks the update miss ::-D:
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Ami - KISS KISS KISS / aishiteru (Single) 28.10.2009   Sun 20 Jun 2010, 12:59 am

Lord, even if she's realeasing shit these times
her covers are always hot !
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