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ARTIST
TITLE
Fear Of Song
FORMAT
LP

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NN 009LP NN 009LP
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RELEASE DATE
7/6/2010

Zak Sally is a Twin Cities-based musician, publisher and comic artist. After 12 years with minimalist rock band Low, Zak left. Planting roots in Minneapolis, Zak began focusing on cartooning, and also established a small-press publishing concern, La Mano 21. Although Zak initially planned to abandon recording, he remained "absolutely terrified by music." Eventually, and with the help of his friend Ben Durrant (Andrew Bird, Dosh), he polished off a Sub Pop 45 ("Why We Hide" b/w "When I Said I Missed You I Just Meant My Aim Was Off"). Now, Nero's Neptune releases this delightful, full-length LP. All sounds you hear on the record are courtesy of Mr. Sally. In fact, Zak was involved in EVERY aspect of creating this LP, not only performing all the music contained within, but also designing the cover, laying it out for printing, making the plates, printing the damn thing on his OWN PRESS, trimming, folding, and finally inserting and sleeving the records! The LP is called Fear Of Song, and, in Zak's words "it's the sound of one man clanging." Limited numbered edition of 340 vinyl copies only.