Greatest Hits is a greatest hits album by the British pop music duo Eurythmics. It was released on 18 March 1991 by RCA Records and contains their successful singles spanning the years 1982 through 1990. It was enormously successful, topping the charts in the UK for a total of 10 weeks and in Australia for 7 weeks. It remains the duo's best-selling album worldwide and has been certified 6× platinum in the UK and 3× platinum in the US
The original European version of the album contained 18 tracks, while the version released in the United States contained only 14. The five songs omitted from the US edition which were "Right By Your Side", "Sexcrime (Nineteen Eighty-Four)", "It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)", "You Have Placed a Chill in My Heart" and "The Miracle of Love" whilst "The King and Queen of America" was added. The track order also differed. Neither the European nor the US version of Greatest Hits contained their top 30 hits "Beethoven (I Love to Listen To)" or "Revival".
This greatest hits collection was superseded by Ultimate Collection released in 2005, which doesn't contain "Sexcrime (1984)" or any songs from We Too Are One (1989).
A version of the compilation with 21 music videos was also released, on VHS in 1991, and on DVD in 2000. Although it includes three more songs than the European audio version, and seven more than the US audio version, it still omits the videos for the singles "Never Gonna Cry Again" (1981), "The Walk" (1982), "Shame" (1987) and "Revival" (1989). In contrast to the audio versions of the compilation, the music videos are presented in chronological order, with short collages (made from snippets from the videos) between the songs.