Ultimate Diamond

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ULTIMATE DIAMOND
Ultimate Diamond Cover.jpg
Studio album by Nana Mizuki
Released 3 June 2009
Genre J-pop, pop rock, jazz, Eurobeat
Length 65:26 (CD)
Label King Records
Nana Mizuki chronology
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Regular Edition
Regular Edition
Singles from Ultimate Diamond
  1. "Starcamp EP"
    Released: February 6, 2008
  2. "Trickster"
    Released: October 1, 2008
  3. "Shin'ai"
    Released: January 21, 2009

Ultimate Diamond is the seventh studio album released by Japanese voice actress and pop singer Nana Mizuki on June 3, 2009. It was released in two editions: a CD only edition and a limited CD+DVD edition. The first press of the album has a 44-page booklet. A limited CD+DVD edition of the album included a DVD of a concert at the Shinjuku Koma Theater on October 11, 2008. At the concert, she covered two enka songs: Fuyumi Sakamoto's "Yozakura Oshichi" and Mitsuko Nakamura's "Kawachi Otoko Bushi".[1] The limited DVD included the two songs.[2] The album reached number 1 in Japan's Oricon weekly albums charts for the week of June 15, 2009, and became the first album from a voice actress to accomplish that feat since the creation of Oricon.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Maria & Joker
  2. Etsuraku Camellia (悦楽カメリア?)
    • Lyrics: Nana Mizuki
    • Composition, arrangement: Shogo Ohnishi
  3. Perfect Smile
    • Lyrics, composition, arrangement: Hiroyuki Ito
  4. Trickster
  5. Mr.Bunny!
    • Lyrics: Sayuri
    • Composition: Mitsuru Wakabayashi
    • Arrangement: Shinya Saitou
  6. Chinmoku no Kajitsu (沈黙の果実?)
    • Lyrics, composition: Shihori
    • Arrangement: Renka Amou
  7. Brand New Tops
    • Lyrics: Yūmao
    • Composition, arrangement: Tomoya Miyabi
  8. Shounen (少年?)
    • Lyrics, composition: Toshirou Yabuki
    • Arrangement: Toshirou Yabuki, Tsutomu Ouhira
  9. Gimmick Game
  10. Dancing in the Velvet Moon
    • Lyrics: Nana Mizuki
    • Composition: Noriyasu Agematsu (Elements Garden)
    • Arrangement: Noriyasu Agematsu, Masato Nakayama (Elements Garden)
  11. Ray of change
    • Lyrics, composition: Kazunori Saita
    • Arrangement: Kouichiro Takahashi
  12. Shin'ai (深愛?)
    • Lyrics: Nana Mizuki
    • Composition: Noriyasu Agematsu (Elements Garden)
    • Arrangement: Hitoshi Fujima (Elements Garden)
  13. Aoki Hikari no Hate -Ultimate Mode- (蒼き光の果て-ULTIMATE MODE-?)
    • Lyrics: Junko Tsuji
    • Composition: Shunsuke Matsui
    • Arrangement: Hitoshi Fujima (Elements Garden)
  14. Astrogation
    • Lyrics: Hibiki
    • Composition, arrangement: Jun Suyama
  15. Yume no Tsuzuki (夢の続き?)
    • Lyrics, composition: Nana Mizuki
    • Arrangement: Junpei Fujita (Elements Garden)

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Sales Time in
chart
Oricon Weekly Albums 1 104,902 16 weeks

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Trash We'd Love by The Hiatus
Oricon Weekly number-one album
June 15, 2009 - June 22, 2009
Succeeded by
Shio, Koshō by Greeeen