Greatest the Hits 2011–2011

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"Greatest the Hits 2011–2011"
Greatest the hits 2011 - 2011 cover.jpg
Single by Maximum the Hormone
Released March 23, 2011
Genre Metalcore
Length 14:15
Label VAP
Songwriter(s) Maximum the Ryo (all songs)
Maximum the Hormone singles chronology
"Tsume Tsume Tsume" / "'F'"
"Greatest the Hits 2011–2011"
"Tsume Tsume Tsume"/"'F'"
"Greatest the Hits 2011–2011"

"Greatest the Hits 2011–2011" (グレイテスト・ザ・ヒッツ 2011〜2011?, Gureitesuto Za Hittsu 2011-2011) is a triple A-side maxi single released by the Japanese rock band Maximum the Hormone. The single was released on March 23, 2011. The title of the single is a pun by the band, telling the fans that: "Greatest Hits doesn't necessarily mean a collection of past titles. We can say these new songs are our best!".[1] The single comes with three separate covers, one for each song, and also comes packaged with a "bonus booklet" which is a collected and edited version of Maximum the Ryo-Kun's column in Bubuka magazine titled "Maximum The Ryo-kun's Legal Trip".

The single peaked at number 1 for two consecutive weeks on the Oricon charts selling more than 81,000 in its first week, and making this the first time Maximum the Hormone has ever topped a chart since their creation in 1998. It is also their best opening week, beating previous single "Tsume Tsume Tsume/'F'" who had sold approximately 62,000 copies in its first week. It was also certified by the RIAJ as gold for a shipping of more than 100,000 physical copies.[2]

All three tracks are available on the Yoshu Fukushu album.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Maximum the Ryo.

No. Title Length
1. "Utsukushiki Hitobito no Uta" (鬱くしき人々のうた; Song of the depressed people) 4:39
2. "Maximum the Hormone" 4:55
3. "My Girl" 4:51



  1. ^ "10.Feb.2011 Greatest The Hits 2011–2011" (in Japanese and English). Maximum the Hormone Official English Website. Retrieved 13 Mar 2011. 
  2. ^ ゴールド等認定作品一覧 2011年03月 [Works Receiving Certifications List (Gold, etc) (March 2011)]. RIAJ (in Japanese). April 10, 2011. Retrieved April 10, 2011. 
  3. ^ (retrieved August 2, 2013)