Ultimate Kylie is the third compilation album by Australian singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue, which was released in November 2004 by Parlophone Records. This collection superseded Kylie's 1992 Greatest Hits compilation and the 2000 compilation Hits+. It was released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions. Ultimate Kylie had featured different formats of the compilation, with most countries having the 2-Disc CD, while other countries included a bonus DVD, and a bonus digital download video of Dancing Queen, which was a cover from 1970's Swedish group ABBA. Ultimate Kylie received very glowing reviews from music critics many noting Minogue's best collection of hits in one album, but some did say that some missing hits were disappointing. The album contains work from all nine of her studio albums released at that point, plus two new tracks, "I Believe in You" (written with the Scissor Sisters) and "Giving You Up" (written with Xenomania). The album was re-released exclusively in Australia as a set consisting of two CDs and a DVD to coincide with her return to prominence and saw the album re-enter the charts at #16; and ultimately peaking at #7.