Narrated by the renowned British actor 
Michael Jayston
accompanied by a 28 page full colour comic

The search for understanding about a man in relation to the modern world around him. Superficially this is a travelogue exploring the moral underbelly and direction mankind is taking in a difficult time in human history. A journey is undertaken to find ears for his music against a backdrop of contradictions, for the world he is part of is at once good and evil. If you have ever enjoyed albums such as Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds or Ziggy Stardust and like edge and depth to your music then this album will bring pleasure to your ears and soul. An extraordinary album born of its time. The journey lies ahead…

Blogtor Who Review

‘The Life and Times of an Imaginary Rock Star’ is the latest album from musician and artist Ruben Vine. This eclectic collection fuses punk, rock and metal with the trappings of concept album. It also boasts linking narration by the great Michael Jayston, who Whovians...

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Bliss Aquamarine Review

"A lavish package released for Record Store Day, on double vinyl LP, CD, or download, accompanied by a 28 page comic illustrated by Francisco Maldonado and Oscar Blanco. The album features the apparently unlikely pairing of underground musician Ruben Vine and...

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Punk Online Review

"In a collaboration between Ruben Vine and the renowned British actor Michael Jayston and accompanied by a twenty-eight page full colour comic, a unique release particularly in it’s physical form. Ruben Vine is an underground alternative musician and artist...

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