"The Greatest View" is the first single by rock band Silverchair released from their fourth album, Diorama, which was released in 2002, as was "The Greatest View". The song was released as a single and a video was made in which the band plays in hotel room representing Daniel John's inner space which spies try and investigate and listen in on. At the end of the video, the whole hotel lifts up into the air playing on the words 'greatest view'. This is one of three songs which made it onto the album (the other two being "World Upon Your Shoulders" and "Too Much of Not Enough") which Daniel recorded using his Rickenbacker 12 string.
Before 2007, the song never charted in America. It then peaked at #36 on the Modern Rock Tracks, due to an EP being released by Warner Bros. Records (possibly to cash in on the success of "Straight Lines" on alternative radio or because of the experimental nature of "If You Keep Losing Sleep"). Music Choice lists this song as being a part of Silverchair's 2007 album, Young Modern.
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