- First "Best of" album; it is part of a duo, the other album ORANGE was released simultaneously.
- One million sales have been recorded for both albums ORANGE and RANGE together.
- This album brought up sales for "Champione" and ИATURAL for the first time since they were released; it also increased overall Orange Range album/single sales.
- RANGE is the ballad side of Orange Range, while ORANGE is the "techno and rock" side.
- It was advertised as the "5th Anniversary Album", but the band's major debut was in 2003, which is four years ago from the time this album was released. Furthermore, the indies era started in 2002, which is over five years ago from this album's release. Either way, the five year anniversary is incorrect.
- Yamato's credit on this album is listed as "Won't you make a basketball team with me? + Forget about my hair, what am I to you!! VOX". This credit is listed for both albums.
- All songs on this album have been remastered. The album was also re-released in Blu-spec CD format on September 9, 2009.
- Purchasers of both albums simultaneously would receive free Orange Range goods such as the "Range Bag".
- It should be noted that besides "UN ROCK STAR" (ORANGE), every song on both albums is recorded from the album it came from unless otherwise specified.
- Ishin Denshin (以心電信; Telepathy)
- Shanghai Honey (Album Remix) (上海ハニー)
- Winter Winner
- Love Parade (Album Version) (ラヴ・パレード)
- Walk on (Album Version)
- Chest (チェスト)
- SAYONARA (Album Version) (Goodbye)
- Hana (花; Flower)
- Danshi-ing Session (男子ing session; Dancing Boy Session)
- Viva★Rock (Album Remix) (ビバ★ロック)
- Kizuna (Album Version) (キズナ; Bonds)
- Rakuyou ~Long Ver.~ (落陽; Setting Sun)
- Ikenai Taiyou ~Short Ver.~ (イケナイ太陽; Bad Sun)
Notes on each track (number corresponds with track)
- From musiQ.
- Album version of the 2nd single; from 1st Contact.
- From Иatural.
- 10th single. From Иatural.
- Coupled with 13th single. From ORANGE RANGE.
- From 1st Contact. It is played live often, and it is tradition to twist a towel during the song.
- 7th single. It was not expected to hit No. 1 on Oricon.
- 15th single.
- 8th single and Orange Range's most popular song.
- From ORANGE RANGE.
- Fast paced dance number from musiQ.
- Album version of the 3rd single (and from 1st Contact). It was the first Orange Range song to hit top three on Oricon, and it was the first to have a tie-up (meaning that it was used for promotion by some entity).
- 12th single. This was the first song written after Katchan's departure.
- Long version of the 4th single and album version from 1st Contact.
- Short version (TV sized) of the 17th single. It was also included in ORANGE.