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A sneak peek at the packaging for Bad at Breaking Up, Drag the River's new album

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A few weeks ago, we posted an item about Jon Snodgrass's brand-new album, Vistor's Band, which hit stores last week, and made mention of a new Drag the River release, fittingly titled Bad at Breaking Up. The fine folks over at Suburban Home Records just unveiled the packaging for the record, which is due to ship later this week. In addition to conveniently gathering all of the act's 7-inch releases (with cover art) and B-sides in one place on one disc, the album contains photos from the series of "reunion" shows the band played last year and, for a limited time, comes with a guitar pick emblazoned with the cover art.

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