Disc One (72:35)

  1. Light My Fire
  2. Hello, I Love You
  3. People Are Strange
  4. Love Me Two Times
  5. Touch Me
  6. Strange Days
  7. Spanish Caravan
  8. Moonlight Drive
  9. We Could Be So Good Together
  10. The Unknown Soldier
  11. Queen of the Highway
  12. Shaman's Blues
  13. The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)
  14. L.A. Woman
  15. Whiskey, Mystics and Men
  16. Summer's Almost Gone
  17. You're Lost Little Girl
  18. When the Music's Over

Disc Two (71:41)

  1. Riders on the Storm
  2. Break on Through (To the Other Side)
  3. Roadhouse Blues
  4. Soul Kitchen
  5. Love Her Madly
  6. Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar)
  7. Peace Frog
  8. Waiting for the Sun
  9. Who Scared You?
  10. The Crystal Ship
  11. Wishful Sinful
  12. love street
  13. Wintertime Love
  14. The Spy
  15. Back Door Man
  16. My Eyes Have Seen You
  17. Five to One
  18. The End

Label : Elektra

Release Year : 2000

Review (AllMusic) : Not to be confused with the two-disc compilation of the same name (the one that displays Jim Morrison's Jesus Christ pose), and not to be confused with the identically designed The Very Best of the Doors, this particular Best of the Doors was distributed in various territories outside the U.S. in 2000. The Very Best of the Doors, released in 2001, is a preferable single-disc anthology since it's easier to find and is a little smarter with its selections, but this disc does cover a lot of fertile ground, including "Riders on the Storm," "Light My Fire," "Touch Me," "The End," and "Five to One." For whatever reason, a live version of "Roadhouse Blues" gets the nod over the studio version. [This edition adds a second full disc of content, wisely swaps out the live version of "Roadhouse Blues" for the studio version, and functions as a much better introduction.]