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The Best! ~Updated Morning Musume~ (The Best!~Updated モーニング娘。~) is Morning Musume's 6th best album and first remix album. It was released on September 25, 2013 in 2 editions: regular and limited edition.

The album features re-recorded and rearrangements versions of their older songs, as well as re-recordings of their recent singles.

This is the first album to feature 11th generation member Oda Sakura.

Tracklist[]

CD[]

  1. LOVE Machine (updated)
  2. I WISH (updated) - 9th Generation, 10th Generation, 11th Generation
  3. Ren'ai Revolution 21 (updated)
  4. The☆Peace! (updated)
  5. Souda! We're ALIVE (updated)
  6. THE Manpower!!! (updated)
  7. Aruiteru (updated) - Michishige Sayumi
  8. Ren'ai Hunter (updated)
  9. One・Two・Three (updated)
  10. Wakuteka Take a chance (updated)
  11. Help me!! (updated)
  12. Brainstorming (updated)
  13. Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai (updated)
  14. Wagamama Ki no Mama Ai no Joke
  15. Wolf Boy (ウルフボーイ)

Limited Edition DVD[]

  1. Wagamama Ki no Mama Ai no Joke (Dance Shot Ver. II)
  2. Ai no Gundan (Dance Shot Ver. II)
  3. Album Special Interview and Making of

Featured Members[]

Morning Musume promoting the album

Album Information[]

Lyrics & Composition: Tsunku

LOVE Machine (updated)
I WISH (updated)
  • Original Arrangement: Kono Shin
  • Updated Arrangement: AKIRA
Ren'ai Revolution 21 (updated)
The☆Peace! (updated)
Souda! We're ALIVE (updated)
THE Manpower!!! (updated)
  • Original Arrangement: Matsubara Ken
  • Updated Arrangement: Egami Kotaro
Aruiteru (updated)
Wolf Boy

Performances[]

TV Performances[]

  • [2013.09.10] Odaiba Gasshuukoku Mezamashi Live 2013 (One・Two・Three (updated))
  • [2013.11.03] J-MELO (One・Two・Three (updated))
  • [2014.01.31] Music Station (LOVE Machine (updated))
  • [2018.08.20] The Girls Live (One・Two・Three (updated))
  • [2019.03.25] The Girls Live (I WISH (updated))

Concert Performances[]

All songs were performed at Morning Musume Concert Tour 2013 Aki ~CHANCE!~ ("Souda! We're ALIVE", "Aruiteru", and "Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai" were part of a medley).

LOVE Machine (updated)
See also: LOVE Machine#Concert Performances
I WISH (updated)
See also: I WISH#Concert Performances
Re'nai Revolution 21 (updated)
See also: Ren'ai Revolution 21#Concert Performances
The☆Peace! (updated)
See also: The☆Peace!#Concert Performances
Souda! We're ALIVE (updated)
See also: Souda! We're ALIVE#Concert Performances
THE Manpower!!! (updated)
See also: THE Manpower!!!#Concert Performances
Aruiteru (updated)
See also: Aruiteru#Concert Performances
Ren'ai Hunter (updated)
See also: Ren'ai Hunter#Concert Performances
One・Two・Three (updated)
See also: One・Two・Three / The Matenrou Show#Concert Performances
Wakuteka Take a chance (updated)
See also: Wakuteka Take a chance#Concert Performances
Help me!! (updated)
See also: Help me!!#Concert Performances
Brainstorming (updated)
See also: Brainstorming / Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai#Concert Performances
Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai (updated)
See also: Brainstorming / Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai#Concert Performances
Wolf Boy

Event Performances[]

  • [2019.08.10] ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL (Ren'ai Revolution 21 (updated), LOVE Machine (updated), One・Two・Three (updated))

Trivia[]

Oricon Chart Positions[]

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 5 6 4 4 10 14 6 16,527
16 32 28 23 30 29 - 31 2,423
47 - - - - - - 85 1,073
- - - - - - - 131 660
- - - - - - - 230 421
- - - - - - - 245 378
- - - - - - - 249 366

Total reported sales: 21,848

Other Chart Rankings[]

Country
Chart
Highest
Position
United States US J-Pop Album iTunes Charts 2 [1]

References[]

External Links[]

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