Kiss Kiss Kiss (Ami Suzuki song)

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"Kiss Kiss Kiss"
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Single by Ami Suzuki
from the album Blooming and Ami Selection
A-side "Kiss Kiss Kiss"
B-side "Aishiteru..."
Released October 28, 2009
Format Maxi Single, digital single
Recorded 2009
Genre J-pop, house, synthpop
Length 4:56
Label Avex Trax
Songwriter(s) Ami Suzuki (Japanese lyrics)
Chris Brann, John Camp, Heather Johnson
Producer(s) Max Matsuura
Ami Suzuki singles chronology
"Can't Stop the Disco"
"Kiss Kiss Kiss"
"Can't Stop the Disco"
"Kiss Kiss Kiss"
Alternative cover
CD-Only cover
CD-Only cover

"Kiss Kiss Kiss"[1] is Japanese singer and actress Ami Suzuki's twenty-ninth single (sixteenth single in Avex) and it was released on October 28, 2009. At the time of the single release, Ami's official site, as well as other music sites[2] considered this work to be a double A-side single along with "Aishiteru...", but the work itself, as well as Avex official site, mention only "Kiss Kiss Kiss" to be the A-side, and "Aishiteru..." to be the coupling track.


"Kiss Kiss Kiss" is originally a song performed by American group Ananda Project.[3] Ami first recorded the English version of the song, which was included in the compilation "Aquamarine" for Avex's dance music project House Nation. Later on she wrote herself the lyrics for a Japanese version for it, and it became her 16th Avex single.[4]

Initial information of this single said that it would be produced by House Nation collaborator Tomoyuki Nakata. At the end, this song, "Aishiteru...", became merely the coupling track of the single.[4]


"Kiss Kiss Kiss" was used as the theme song for promotions of the Toyota X "202" model. In the music video of the song, Ami rides and sings next to one of this cars. She also did in a special DJ tour hosted by Toyota and House Nation, called X"202" presents house nation × Ami Suzuki Tour, in which she performed in several discos and nightclubs in Japan.[5]

Track listing[edit]

CD (CD+DVD and CD Only)
No. Title Length
1. "Kiss Kiss Kiss" 4:58
2. "Aishiteru..." 4:08
3. "Kiss Kiss Kiss (Extended Japanese Version)" 6:55
4. "Kiss Kiss Kiss (Extended English Version)" 6:55
5. "Aishiteru... (Extended)" 5:07
No. Title Length
1. "Kiss Kiss Kiss (Music clip)"  

Chart rankings[edit]

Charts Peak
Oricon Daily Chart[6] 16
Oricon Weekly Chart 28

Reported sales and certifications[edit]

Chart Amount
Oricon certified sales[7] 2,949