15 Songs, 52 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
123 Ratings

123 Ratings

Kidd x zero ,


Don't get me wrong. I love OOR to death, As evidenced by the fact I have their entire discography and love nearly all of their albums. But this album? I cant. It's not even the album itsself, I own the original 35xxxv, and I still like parts of it. But removing the original and replacing it with a version entirly in english? I cant bring myself to buy this. It feels corporate, this decision to remove the japanese, one of the most intering parts of OOR's sound in my opinion, and to re-release the album. It makes me scared for OOR's future where the more popular they get, the less of their soul remains. Theres a big ammount of personality in albums like JxB=, Niche Syndrome, and Kanjō Effect, and even in the original 35xxxv, but I see it nowhere in this album. And that's the core of why I dislike this album, it lacks the soul central to OOR's sound, the same soul which hooked me 5 years ago, which is why I dont just dislike this album because of the songs, I dislike this version due to what it stands for, a manufatured OOR, with songs written by others, and all of their personality scrubbed away.

Raven sin ,

I love them but...

I hate how there are almost no Japanese in their songs in this album. It's sad because I loved them for both of the languages mixed in one song ;/ it was very creative. I wish they had the Japan's version of " the way back " on here too ;/

Vostok ,

Worst album so far

This album is bad. Nothing like what they used to make. Please don't become another sellout band. Do everyone a favour and continue making music which is Japanese/English mix. That's what people love about you, across the planet. You got so far, not by singing all songs in English, but by mixing Japanese and English so perfectly.


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