One Ok Rock

One Ok Rock



One Ok Rock, stylized as ONE OK ROCK , is a Japanese rock band formed in Tokyo, Japan in 2005. The band currently consists of Takahiro Moriuchi (vocals), Toru Yamashita (guitar/leader), Ryota Kohama (bass), and Tomoya Kanki (drums). They have been playing many different styles of rock music, with songs ranging from alternative rock to emo to post-hardcore to pop rock.[14][15]

The band's name, ONE OK ROCK, comes from "one o'clock", the time that the band used to practice on weekends. They chose to play at one o'clock in the morning because it was cheaper to use the rehearsal space during such hours. However, noticing that the Japanese language made no distinction between R's and L's, they changed "O'CLOCK" to "O'CROCK" or "O'KROCK", which was then separated to become "OK ROCK".[16] In addition, ONE OK ROCK's name can be expressed as "10969" (wan-ō-ku-ro-ku). This band sings both in English and Japanese like some other J-rock bands.



Change is a song by musical group ONE OK ROCK, released on February 16, 2018.
Ambitions is the eighth full-length studio album by J-rock band ONE OK ROCK. It was released on January 11, 2017 for the Japanese version album under the Japanese label A-Sketch and on January 13, 2017 for the international version album under the American label Fueled by Ramen.The song "Always Coming Back" was featured in NTT Docomo's phone commercial series, "Kanjou no Subete / Nakama".
35xxxv is the seventh full-length album by the Japanese band ONE OK ROCK. It was released on February 11, 2015.
Jinsei×Boku= (人生×僕= Jinsei Kakete Boku wa, lit.

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