The Best of Big Bang

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The Best of Big Bang
Regular edition cover
Greatest hits album by Big Bang
Released December 14, 2011
Recorded 2006–2011
Genre K-pop, J-pop, dance-pop
Length 52:40
Language Korean, Japanese
Label Universal J
Big Bang chronology
The Ultimate (International Best)
(2011)
The Best of Big Bang
(2011)
Alive
(2012)

The Best of Big Bang is the third greatest hits album by the K-pop boy band Big Bang. The album was stated to release in November 23, 2011 but due to G-Dragon's scandal it was postponed to December 14, 2011.[1]

Background[edit]

The "Japanese Best" album includes all singles released in Japan and songs from the albums "Big Bang" and "Big Bang 2". It also includes a Japanese version of the song "Haru Haru". The "Asia Best 2 2006-2011" album includes hits of the group during 2006 until 2011. It's a second part of the greatest hits "Asia Best 2006-2009". The album was released in 3 different formats: 2CD+DVD edition with a T-shirt,[2] 2CD+DVD edition only[3] and a Regular edition with "Japanese Best" only.[4]

Track listing[edit]

CD 1: Japanese Best[5]
No. Title From the album Length
1. "Haru Haru" (Japanese version) Alive - Monster Edition 4:17
2. "Tonight" (Japanese version) Big Bang 2 3:40
3. "Hands Up"   Big Bang 2 3:59
4. "Tell Me Goodbye"   Big Bang 2 4:06
5. "Beautiful Hangover"   Big Bang 2 3:46
6. "Top of the World"   Big Bang 3:01
7. "Baby Baby" (Japanese version) Big Bang 3:52
8. "Always" (Japanese version) Big Bang 3:55
9. "Somebody to Luv"   Big Bang 2 3:33
10. "Koe o Kikasete" (声をきかせて; Let Me Hear Your Voice) Big Bang 2 4:15
11. "Emotion"   Big Bang 3:19
12. "Ms. Liar"   Big Bang 2 3:53
13. "Gara Gara Go!!" (ガラガラ GO!!, Gotta Gotta Go!!) Big Bang 3:19
14. "My Heaven"   Big Bang 3:52
Total length:
52:40

Chart performance[edit]

The album debuted at number 1 in Oricon's daily chart and number 2 in Weekly album chart with 30,043 copies sold.[6]

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Oricon Daily albums 1
Oricon Weekly albums[6] 2
Oricon Monthly albums 18

Sales and certifications[edit]

Chart Amount
Oricon physical sales 51,000+

Release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label
Japan December 14, 2011[4] Digital download, CD Universal J

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