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Do the Best (Do As Infinity)

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Album Cover
Artist
Do As Infinity
Album
Do The Best
Released
2002.03.20
2004.03.31 (Do The Best+DVD)
Catalog Number
AVCD-17110
AVCD-17429 (Do The Best+DVD)
Price
¥3,150
¥3,990 (Do The Best+DVD)
CD Tracklist
  1. SUMMER DAYS
  2. Tooku Made (遠くまで; Far Away)
  3. Hi no Ataru Sakamichi (陽のあたる坂道; Sun-Lit Hill)
  4. Desire
  5. Heart
  6. Enrai (遠雷; Distant Thunder)
  7. Week!
  8. new world
  9. Yesterday & Today
  10. Oasis
  11. 135
  12. Fukai Mori (深い森; Deep Forest)
  13. nice & easy
  14. Boukenshatachi (GREAT TOUR BAND version) (冒険者たち; Adventurers)
  15. Tangerine Dream (GREAT TOUR BAND version)
  16. Welcome! (GREAT TOUR BAND version)
  17. We are. (GREAT TOUR BAND version)
DVD Tracklist
  1. SUMMER DAYS (Live at Zepp Tokyo 2002.12.31)
  2. Tooku Made (遠くまで) (Music Clip)
  3. Hi no Ataru Sakamichi (陽のあたる坂道) (Music Clip)
  4. Desire (Music Clip)
  5. Heart (Music Clip)
  6. Enrai (Live at SHIBUYA KOKAIDO 2001.12.04) (遠雷; Distant Thunder)
  7. Week! (Music Clip)
  8. new world (Live at SHIBUYA AX 2001.05.27)
  9. Yesterday & Today (Music Clip)
  10. Oasis (Music Clip)
  11. 135 (Live at SHIBUYA KOKAIDO 2001.12.04)
  12. Fukai Mori (深い森) (Music Clip)
  13. nice & easy (Live at Zepp Tokyo 2002.12.31)


Information

Do The Best is the first compilation album released by Do As Infinity. The same compilation was re-released in 2004 including a DVD with numerous (either live or promotional) videos of the first thirteen tracks of the album. Many tracks on the album have been remastered such as "Oasis" that has a new ending. The album also includes a new song, "nice & easy" which was used as the Kao "Lavenus" Shampoo commercial song. "Do The Best" reached #1 on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for 30 weeks, selling 832,000 copies. "Do The Best+DVD" reached #32 on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for 3 weeks, selling 12,000 copies.

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