14 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Japanese band makes alt-rock as scrappy as it is precise.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Japanese band makes alt-rock as scrappy as it is precise.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
193 Ratings

193 Ratings

Kidd x zero ,

I was wrong...

One Ok Rock isn't selling out with this one or 35xxxv. When I wrote that review I hadn't given the album time, and I was kinda in my weeb phase, super obsessed with the band JUST necause they were japanese. But I feel differently now. I LOVE OOR's new sound, and not just cause I'm a huge fan. Their new sound and an adherance to English-only vocals is gonna be the norm. because the band WANTS to be big in America. So you can whine and moan about the english all ya want, but personally I welcome it. OOR has always been about a change in sound from album to album, and this album is no different. Don't let the biased reviews here keep your from buying, this album is guinly awesome.

DejaiNanoka ,

Amazing!!

I could listen to One Ok Rock on repeat forever! Nothing makes me feel so alive than rocking out to their songs at home or in the car singing along!

Smartladybug8 ,

Great Album

I am very excited for the rest of the album to be released. The songs that have been released are really good; I just wish there were more Japanese lyrics.

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