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Niche Syndrome (cover)
Released June 9, 2010
Length 53:11 (Standart Edition)
65:29 (Extended Edition]
Producers ???
Label AmuseA-Sketch
Discography
Kanjou Effect (cover)
(2008)
Niche Syndrome (cover)
(2010)
Zankyo Reference
(2011)
From Niche Syndrome
  1. "Kanzen Kankaku Dreamer (完全感覚Dreamer)"
    Release: February 3, 2010
  2. "Jibun Rock (じぶんROCK)"
    Release: May 13, 2010
  3. "Liar
    Release: May 19, 2010



Niche Syndrome (Nicheシンドローム) is the fourth studio album by Japanese band One Ok Rock, released on June 9, 2010. It is released as a normal CD-only edition and a limited CD+DVD edition.This album includes the group's single "Kanzen Kankaku Dreamer," which was released earlier in 2010.

The release of Niche Syndrome was followed by a Zepp tour titled One OK Rock "This Is My Own Judgement" Tour, spanning from June 27 through July 23, 2010. This album become a huge hit and lead them into a Nippon Budokan gig in 2010.

Background and DevelopmentEdit

After Alex was arrested and left the band, ONE OK ROCK went on in a different direction. Even Ryota considered moving on to guitar and giving up bass. However, they decided to stay the way they were and re-arrange their old songs to be played only for one guitar and dominant bass.

Together with Koichi Korenaga, Satoru Hiraide, Hideki Kodera, Akin, and Satoshi Hosoi, they started to create a new album without Alex.

PromotionEdit

With the new four-member formation, the band released the single "Kanzen Kankaku Dreamer" on February 3, 2010. It reached 9th on the Weekly Oricon Chart. They released their fourth studio album titled Niche Syndrome on June 9, 2010. The band had their tour This is my own judgement! in five Zepp music halls across the nation in 6 days, starting Sendai, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka and ending in a 2-day concert in Tokyo. The second part the tour took place at sixteen different venues until 11 December 2010. They held a final performance in Nippon Budokan, Tokyo on 28 November, followed by the release of a concert DVD "This is My Budokan?!" on 16 February 2011. On August 6, 7 and 8, ONE OK ROCK headlined Rock in Japan Festival and Summer Sonic Festival, followed by Rising Sun Rock Festival, Monster Bash, Treasure05X, Mad Ollie, Countdown Japan 2010/2011, and Radio Crazy.

The band supported Pay Money to My Pain in their 2010 STAY REAL tour, The Hiatus in their ANOMALY 2010 tour, and TOTALFAT in their OVERDRIVE tour.

SinglesEdit

Track listingEdit

No. Title Length
1. Introduction 1:00
2. Never Let This Go 4:17
3. Kanzen Kankaku Dreamer (完全感覚Dreamer) 4:12
4.  Konzatsu Communication (混雑コミュニケーション) 3:19
5. Yes I Am 3:36
6. Shake It Down 3:13
7. Jibun Rock (じぶんROCK) 3:47
8. Liar 3:37
9. Wherever You Are 4:55
10. Riot!!! 4:16
11. Adult Suit (アダルトスーツ) 4:11
12. Mikansei Kokyokyoku (未完成交響曲) 3:28
13. Nobody's Home 4:17

No. Title Length
1. Introduction 1:00
2. Never Let This Go 4:17
3. Kanzen Kankaku Dreamer (完全感覚Dreamer) 4:12
4.  Konzatsu Communication (混雑コミュニケーション) 3:19
5. Yes I Am 3:36
6. Shake It Down 3:13
7. Jibun Rock (じぶんROCK) 3:47
8. Liar 3:37
9. Wherever You Are 4:55
10. Riot!!! 4:16
11. Adult Suit (アダルトスーツ) 4:11
12. Mikansei Kokyokyoku (未完成交響曲) 3:28
13. Nobody's Home 9:14

No. Title Length
1. Kanzen Kankaku Dreamer (Music Video) ???
2. Jibun Rock (Music Video) ???
3. Liar (Music Video) ???
4. Jibun Rock (Ver.2: MV Shooting Off Shot) ???
5. Kanzen Kankaku Dreamer (2009.11.26 Live at Zepp Tokyo) ???


Booklet and CreditsEdit

Credits for scans to natgasm.

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