Alone in My Room (Ami Suzuki song)

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"Alone in My Room"
Alone in my room.jpg
Single by Ami Suzuki
from the album SA
Released 17 September 1998 (JP)
Format Maxi single
Recorded 1998
Genre J-pop
Length ?:??
Label Sony Music
AICT-1019 (Japan, CD)
Writer(s) Marc Panther, Tetsuya Komuro
Producer(s) Tetsuya Komuro
Ami Suzuki singles chronology
Love the Island
Alone in My Room
All Night Long

"Alone in My Room" is a song by Ami Suzuki, released as her second single in September 1998.


"Alone in My Room", like Ami's first single, "Love the Island", was used by the Japanese Government to promote winter tourism on the island of Guam. The song was also used multiple times as the opening theme of ASAYAN, a television show.

The complete single, including all its tracks, were creations of Ami's music mastermind in the Sony days, Tetsuya Komuro. Two of the remixes bear the initials T.K. because of this.

The single was the first one released by Ami in Maxi Single format, including more than three songs on it.

Following her blacklisting from the music industry in September 2000, production and distribution of the single stopped in its entirety.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Alone in My Room
  2. Love the Island (TK ragga mix)
  3. Alone in My Room (Club TK mix)
  4. Alone in My Room (Instrumental)


Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total Chart Run
September 17, 1998 Oricon Daily Singles Chart
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 3 353,000 copies sold
Oricon Monthly Singles Chart
Oricon Yearly Singles Chart

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