Chisel is the 1991 compilation album by Australian pub rockers Cold Chisel. It features a selection of their best songs from previous albums, including live versions of the tracks "Merry-Go-Round", "Star Hotel" and "Goodbye (Astrid Goodbye)". The track "Misfits" was a previously unreleased song and was removed from later re-issues of this album. A limited edition release of this album included the long-deleted 1978 live EP "You're Thirteen, You're Beautiful, and You're Mine".
The album spent over 50 weeks in the national charts, peaking at number 3, when first released.
In 2001 Cold Chisel's entire back catalogue was digitally remastered. To coincide with the new re-issues, Chisel was not only remastered but also expanded to include tracks from the 1998 reunion album The Last Wave of Summer. Featuring a new black cover, the 2001 version was also released as a limited 'bonus disc' edition which included a 20 page booklet.