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One ok rock are simply amazing.

One ok rock are one of the best upcoming punk rock artists from Japan. Taka is simply an amazing singer. Their songs never dissapoint, and are consistantly catchy with great tunes and amazing vocals. I highly recommend ONE OK ROCK, this album, and all their prior albums to anyone interested in finding some great REAL TALENTED new music.

Just awesome

Great album. Verry interesting music. Every member is just so talented. The drum just so good, Bass is crazy, guitar just to beutiful and the vocal is just to awesome. Must have album.

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Japan

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

One Ok Rock (often written in all caps as ONE OK ROCK) are a Japanese power pop/alt-rock band that draws on the sound of blink-182 and Foo Fighters. The group, which derives its name from the phrase "one o'clock" (the time of the band's scheduled practice), pronounced the same as "one ok rock" in Japanese, was established in 2005 by the high schooler Toru (guitar), who teamed with bassist Ryota; vocalist Takahiro Morita (formerly of News); and another guitarist, the San Francisco-born Alex, who used...
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Zankyō Reference, ONE OK ROCK
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  • $20.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, J-Pop
  • Released: 05 October 2011

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