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
191 Ratings
191 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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