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However, the Dead Executives-produced tracks received favorable comments; critics wrote that they stood out from the rest of the album.In the United States, the album debuted atop the Billboard 200, becoming Duff's second number one entry on the chart.But if you're after your first taste of Duff-flavoured pop to listen to in the background as you do your homework, then this album can do no harm." He further commented that Most Wanted is a "filler album" and that "[T]he new songs that are served up still show Duff chasing trends rather than setting them and actively searching for her own voice and image." Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine was critical of the album writing he "literally laughed out loud when I heard the Duffster was releasing a best-of album titled Most Wanted." He praised the Dead Executives produced tracks and concluded the review by writing that "apparently there aren't even enough bearable moments in Duff's recording career to fill one CD".Gabriel Leong of MTV Southeast Asia started the review by writing "A greatest hits album seems a tad flagrant when you've only had two albums so far.To promote the album, Duff embarked on a worldwide arena tour.Titled the Still Most Wanted Tour, the tour—an extension of the Most Wanted Tour (2004–05)—began on July 12, 2005 in Los Angeles, California at the Greek Theatre, with a United States leg.It became her first album to debut at the top, and her second album to top the chart after Metamorphosis (2003).Chuck Taylor of Billboard called the song "an easy ace" and deemed it "a summer beach staple".
The song displays elements of country music and the lyrics are a "statement of purpose".
The second single, "Beat of My Heart", peaked in the top 20 in countries such as Australia, Italy and Spain.
"Supergirl" was released in February 2006 exclusively to the i Tunes Store as the album's third single and "Fly", originally released as the lead single from Hilary Duff, was released throughout Europe as the fourth and final single from Most Wanted.
Duff sings the chorus, backed by a guitar: "It ain't no shock/ The girl can rock".
Stephen Thomas Erlewine of All Music gave a mixed review of Most Wanted, stating that "hardcore fans will be hard-pressed for a reason to add this to their collection" and that the new songs—"Wake Up", "Beat of My Heart" and "Break My Heart"—"sound a bit like leftovers".
The following month, in an interview with MTV News, Duff said that she had been working with brothers Joel and Benji Madden, of the American rock band Good Charlotte, and Jason Epperson (together known under the production name the Dead Executives) to write and produce new songs for the compilation. Another ['Beat of My Heart'] is more techno, like DJ Sammy almost, and the third one ['Break My Heart'] is a pop-punk song, more like [Good Charlotte's] music." Duff described working with them as pleasant, and the music as a new milestone in her career, stating that working with "people you're close with makes a world of difference when you're recording and being creative." A deluxe edition of the album, subtitled The Collector's Signature Edition, was also released, containing an acoustic version of "Who's That Girl?