Berryz Kobo Special Best Vol. 1

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Berryz Kobo Special Best Vol. 1
Berryz Kobo Special Best Vol. 1 Regular Edition (PKCP-5132) cover.jpg
Regular Edition cover
Compilation album by Berryz Kobo
Released January 14, 2009 (2009-01-14) (Japan)
Genre J-pop, pop
Label Piccolo Town
Producer Tsunku
Berryz Kobo chronology
5 (FIVE)
(2009)
Berryz Kobo Special Best Vol. 1
(2009)
6th Otakebi Album
(2010)
Singles from Berry Kobo Special Best Vol. 1
  1. "Anata Nashi de wa Ikite Yukenai (1st)"
    Released: March 3, 2004
  2. "Piriri to Yukō! (3rd)"
    Released: May 26, 2004
  3. "Koi no Jubaku (5th)"
    Released: November 10, 2004
  4. "Special Generation (6th)"
    Released: March 3, 2005
  5. "Nanchū Koi o Yatterū You Know? (7th)"
    Released: June 8, 2005
  6. "Jiriri Kiteru (10th)"
    Released: March 28, 2006
  7. "Waratchaō yo Boyfriend (11th)"
    Released: August 2, 2006
  8. "Tsukiatteru no ni Kataomoi (15th)"
    Released: November 28, 2007
  9. "Dschinghis Khan (16th)"
    Released: March 12, 2008
  10. "Yuke Yuke Monkey Dance (17th)"
    Released: July 9, 2008
  11. "Madayade (18th)"
    Released: November 5, 2008
Music videos
"Anata Nashi de wa Ikite Yukenai"
on YouTube
"Piriri to Yukō!"
"Koi no Jubaku"
"Nanchū Koi o Yatterū You Know?"
"Jiriri Kiteru"
"Waratchaō yo Boyfriend"
"Tsukiatteru no ni Kataomoi"
"Dschinghis Khan"
"Yuke Yuke Monkey Dance"
"Madayade"
Limited Edition cover

Berryz Kobo Special Best Vol. 1 (Berryz工房 スッペシャル ベスト Vol.1 Berīzu Kōbō Supesharu Besuto Voryūmu Wan?) is the 1st compilation album by the Japanese girl idol group Berryz Kobo, released in Japan on January 14, 2009, on the record label Piccolo Town.[1][2]

The CD appeared less than 2 months before Berryz Kobo's 5th anniversary. It contained material selected from 18 singles and 6 albums the group had released so far. There's also one new track, "Otoko no Ko",[1] which opens the album.

All songs on the compilation, except one ("Dschinghis Khan", which is a cover of the German band of the same name), are written and produced by Tsunku.

The album was released in two editions: regular (PKCP-5132) and limited (PKCP-5130/1). The Limited Edition came with a DVD containing bonus videos, while the first press of the Regular Edition had a bonus photo card sealed in.[1]

The album debuted at number 4 in the Oricon Daily Albums Chart and eventually ranked 11th for the week.[3]

"Madayade" is the only Berryz Kobo's hit that can't be found on any other their album to date.

Members[edit]

Track listing[edit]

CD
No. Title Length
1. "Otoko no Ko" (男の子)  
2. "Anata Nashi de wa Ikite Yukenai" (あなたなしでは生きてゆけない)  
3. "Piriri to Yukō!" (ピリリと行こう!)  
4. "Semi" ()  
5. "Today is my Birthday" (TODAY IS MY BIRTHDAY)  
6. "Yūjō Junjō oh Seishun" (友情 純情 oh 青春)  
7. "Koi no Jubaku" (恋の呪縛)  
8. "Special Generation" (スッペシャル ジェネレ~ション)  
9. "Nanchū Koi o Yatterū You Know?" (なんちゅう恋をやってるぅYOU KNOW?)  
10. "Sabori" (さぼり)  
11. "Jiriri Kiteru" (ジリリ キテル)  
12. "Waratchaō yo Boyfriend" (笑っちゃおうよBOYFRIEND)  
13. "Omoitattara Kichi Desse! (Chinami Tokunaga, Maasa Sudō, Yurina Kumai)" (思い立ったら吉でっせ!)  
14. "Tsukiatteru no ni Kataomoi" (付き合ってるのに片思い)  
15. "Dschinghis Khan" (ジンギスカン)  
16. "Yuke Yuke Monkey Dance" (行け行け モンキーダンス)  
17. "Madayade" (MADAYADE)  
18. "BE" (BE)  
Limited Edition DVD
No. Title Length
1. "Opening" (オープニング)  
2. "Clap!" (CLAP!)  
3. "Furare Pattern" (フラれパターン)  
4. "MC"  
5. "Madayade" (MADAYADE)  
6. "Akushukai" (握手会, "Hanshake meeting")  

Charts[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
Weeks
on chart
Sales
First
week
Total
Japan (Oricon Daily Albums Chart) 4
Japan (Oricon Weekly Albums Chart) 11 4[2] 9,905[3] 13,163

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