Slave Manifesto

by Ruben Vine

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4 Star review by Sarah Keary for Music Review Unsigned May 2012:

"It’s not often you find an artist that has definitive influences and rolls it all up to make their own, but Ruben Vine creates one hell of an album he calls Slave Manifesto. For a second album, Sussex-born Vine has started his career on the right foot.

It has been quite some time since I have listened to an album produced by an unsigned artist that has the power that some signed artists spend their lifetimes trying to create. Slave Manifesto fits perfectly within the rock scene of today, bringing back what we were waiting for: quality rock...

...Ruben Vine is a very talented artist with a very bright future, and with a little help from the experts, he can produce a game-changing album. You’ve got to admit, for what is good on Slave Manifesto, it’s outstanding."

Read the full review here:

www.rubenvine.com/slave-manifesto-4-star-glowing-album-review

credits

released May 1, 2012

Ruben Vine: Lead Vocals, UBass and Acoustic Bass, Baritone Uke, Piano and Keyboards;

Gino Corbett and Ged Putt: Guitars;

Karlos Fandango: Acoustic Bass on Kamikaze;

Sam Funnell: Drums;

Becca Wright: Violin;

Hayley Williams, Kornelia Bieniek, Sarah Ellen Hughes and Annika Brown: Backing Vocals

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Ruben Vine Brighton, UK

Dark Narrator, Imaginary Rock Star and the Master of the March, a voice from the underground.

New album The Life and Times of an Imaginary Rock Star. Narrated by the renowned British actor Michael Jayston. Release as Limited Edition 2LP or CD accompanied by a 28 page full colour comic.

"Like listening to War of the Worlds while searching for the meaning of life in a post apocalyptic theme park"
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