Fantastic (song)

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Ami Suzuki FantasticCD+DVD.jpg
Single by Ami Suzuki
from the album Connetta
A-side "Fantastic"
B-side Slow Motion (スローモーション)
Released 8 February 2006 (JP)
Format CD+DVD, CD
Recorded 2005
Genre J-pop, Trance
Length 19:40 (Regular edition)
9:20 (Limited edition)
Label Avex Trax
AVCD-30920/B (Japan, CD+DVD)
AVCD-30921 (Japan, CD)
AVCD-30922 (Japan, CD Ltd Ed)
Songwriter(s) Ami Suzuki, [email protected] Ohtani
Producer(s) Max Matsuura
Ami Suzuki singles chronology
"Little Crystal"
Alternative cover
CD-Only cover
CD-Only cover

"Fantastic" is the sixth single released by Japanese singer Ami Suzuki under Avex Trax released on 8 February 2006, in three formats, the two traditional CD and CD+DVD edition versions with the B-side track, and a Limited Edition version without the B-side track.


"Fantastic" is a trance-like song with a J-pop essence. The B-side, "Slow Motion", is a soft ballad tune.

"Fantastic" was used as the opening for the anime television series Blackjack, being the first song by Suzuki which appeared on an anime. Taking this step in her career, Avex expected to get more attention to Suzuki by anime fans, and so did Suzuki herself, and even more after the decrease of her single sales. In the interview at Oricon Style, Suzuki said she hoped the song will have more success because the anime fans.

The single was Suzuki's biggest success in six months. It did well on the charts, debuting at number nine in its first day, but then it fell off the charts in a few days. Although "Fantastic" debuted with her highest sales since "Negaigoto", it still wasn't as successful as "Delightful" and "Eventful".

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Ami Suzuki.

CD single (CD Only, CD+DVD)
No. Title Music Arrangement Length
1. "Fantastic" [email protected] Ohtani Ken Harada 4:40
2. "Slow Motion (スローモーション)" Kei Yoshikawa Keiji Tanabe 5:09
3. "Fantastic (Instrumental)"     4:40
4. "Slow Motion (スローモーション) (Instrumental)"     5:08
No. Title Length
1. "Fantastic (Music Clip)"  
CD single (Limited edition single)
No. Title Music Arrangement Length
1. "Fantastic" [email protected] Ohtani Ken Harada 4:40
2. "Fantastic (Instrumental)"     4:40


  • Ami Suzuki - vocals, backing vocals
  • Hidetake Yamamoto - acoustic guitar (#2)


  • Producer - Max Matsuura
  • Mixing - Naoki Yamada (#1), Yasuo Matsumoto (#2)

Live performances

  • 3 February 2006 — Music Fighter
  • 9 February 2006 — Utaban
  • 10 February 2006 — PopJam
  • 18 February 2006 — Melodix


Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak Position First Week Sales Sales Total Chart Run
February 8, 2005 Oricon Daily Singles Chart 8
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 14 14,167 copies sold 20,213 copies sold 5 weeks

See also

  • Fantastic Ami Interview at Oricon (In Japanese)
  • Fantastic Information at Oricon
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