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Well...

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.

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.

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 ;/

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Japan

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One Ok Rock (often written in all caps) is a Japanese power pop/alt-rock band that draws on the sound of blink-182 and Foo Fighters. The group, which derived 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 high schooler Toru (guitar), who teamed with bassist Ryota, vocalist Taka, and another guitarist, the San Francisco-born Alex Onizawa, who used to work as a fashion model. After a string...
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35xxxv (Deluxe Edition), ONE OK ROCK
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Sep 25, 2015
  • Parental Advisory

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