It’s the eighties, a decade where almost everything suddenly seems possible, yet Alekzandr’s musical shortcomings remain obvious to everyone.
After years of struggling, he’s somehow landed himself another recording deal. But in an industry already crowded with one hit wonders, even Alekzandr’s record label doubts there’s space for a Queer “talent” like him.
Still, Alekzandr – the Vinyl Tiger – isn’t about to let that stop him.
He has crossed oceans and endured all kinds of ordeals just to get this far, and, is as determined as ever to prove some stars are made, not born.
He’s going to give it all he’s got to make it big, regardless of who or what he leaves behind in his wake.
Because the best pop stars may reach the top by making music, but they only remain there by making waves.
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