Corb Lund's new album, Things That Can't Be Undone, is due Oct. 9. Scott Council/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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05Sadr City

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    Sadr City
    Album
    Things That Can't Be Undone
    Artist
    Corb Lund
    Label
    New West
    Released
    2015

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Corb Lund's new album, Counterfeit Blues, comes out July 1. Courtest of the artist hide caption

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Counterfeit Blues

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Corb Lund On Mountain Stage

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Corb Lund, who wrote most of Cabin Fever, his new album, in a cabin he built himself. Alexandra Valenti/New West Records hide caption

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Corb Lund Built This Album With His Own Two Hands

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