Supreme Show is the seventh studio album by Japanese recording artist Ami Suzuki. It was released on November 12, 2008 by Avex Trax as her 10th Anniversary album. It was also released ten months after her joint project album, Dolce. Supreme Show is Suzuki's first album to be fully produced, composed, and arranged by Japanese musician and Capsule member Yasutaka Nakata. Suzuki contributed to the album as the lead vocalist, background vocalist, and co-songwriter for the track "Love Mail". With tracks recorded in both English and Japanese language, Supreme Show is an electronic dance music album.

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  • Supreme Show es el cuarto álbum de estudio en Avex de la cantante japonesa Ami Suzuki (su 7.º trabajo en total). Promocionado como el trabajo conmemoración a la llegada del décimo aniversario de Suzuki en la música, el álbum fue lanzado el 12 de noviembre de 2008 en Japón. (es)
  • Supreme Show est le 4e album original d'Ami Suzuki sorti sous le label Avex Trax, en 2008, et son 9e album au total en comptant trois albums originaux et une compilation sortis chez Sony Music Japan et un album de remix. (fr)
  • 『Supreme Show』(スプリーム・ショー)は、2008年11月12日に発売された日本の歌手・鈴木亜美のエイベックス移籍後、4枚目のオリジナルアルバム。avex traxよりリリースされた。 (ja)
  • Supreme Show is the seventh studio album by Japanese recording artist Ami Suzuki. It was released on November 12, 2008 by Avex Trax as her 10th Anniversary album. It was also released ten months after her joint project album, Dolce. Supreme Show is Suzuki's first album to be fully produced, composed, and arranged by Japanese musician and Capsule member Yasutaka Nakata. Suzuki contributed to the album as the lead vocalist, background vocalist, and co-songwriter for the track "Love Mail". With tracks recorded in both English and Japanese language, Supreme Show is an electronic dance music album. Four different formats were released to promote the album; a standalone CD regular edition, a CD+DVD limited edition, a CD+DVD edition exclusive for "mu-mo", and a digital release worldwide. Three different artworks were issued for the album; all three have Suzuki posing in different ways. Upon the album's release, it was met with favourable reviews from music critics. Critics commended the album's production and the accompanying single releases for their commercial quality. Commercially, Supreme Show was a moderate success. Supreme Show became Suzuki's first studio album to reach the top twenty on Japan's Oricon Albums Chart, since Around the World in 2005. Despite this, it charted with lukewarm success, reaching number sixteen and selling over 13,000 units in that region. Two singles were released from Supreme Show. Its lead single "One" was a moderate commercial success, peaking at number 16 on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart and 57 on the Japan Hot 100 chart. It sold over 8,000 physical units in that region. The albums second and final single, "Can't Stop the Disco", was a moderate commercial success; it peaked at number 17 on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart and 47 on the Japan Hot 100 chart. Suzuki promoted the album on several live gigs and concert performances; she later promoted the album on her Happy 27th Birthday Tour and Happy 28th Birthday Tour, both which included tracks from Supreme Show. (en)
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  • Supreme Show es el cuarto álbum de estudio en Avex de la cantante japonesa Ami Suzuki (su 7.º trabajo en total). Promocionado como el trabajo conmemoración a la llegada del décimo aniversario de Suzuki en la música, el álbum fue lanzado el 12 de noviembre de 2008 en Japón. (es)
  • Supreme Show est le 4e album original d'Ami Suzuki sorti sous le label Avex Trax, en 2008, et son 9e album au total en comptant trois albums originaux et une compilation sortis chez Sony Music Japan et un album de remix. (fr)
  • 『Supreme Show』(スプリーム・ショー)は、2008年11月12日に発売された日本の歌手・鈴木亜美のエイベックス移籍後、4枚目のオリジナルアルバム。avex traxよりリリースされた。 (ja)
  • Supreme Show is the seventh studio album by Japanese recording artist Ami Suzuki. It was released on November 12, 2008 by Avex Trax as her 10th Anniversary album. It was also released ten months after her joint project album, Dolce. Supreme Show is Suzuki's first album to be fully produced, composed, and arranged by Japanese musician and Capsule member Yasutaka Nakata. Suzuki contributed to the album as the lead vocalist, background vocalist, and co-songwriter for the track "Love Mail". With tracks recorded in both English and Japanese language, Supreme Show is an electronic dance music album. (en)
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