Greatest Hits is a compilation album released by the Americanhard rock band Great White in 2001. The album is perhaps the most widely available greatest hits package from the band, who have had several packages released, many without their express consent. This particular collection features a live version of the track "Desert Moon", which the band were performing when the fire with killed 100 of their fans and their guitarist Ty Longley, started. Like many artists of the late 80s, including Ratt and Poison, the band recorded an unplugged session for MTV which was not subsequently released. A track from the MTV Unplugged session is included in this album.
The album was digitally remastered by Dave McEowen at Capitol Mastering.