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Customer Reviews

trip gnarles

the line is rad. Their musical progression has been rad. The original self-titled and auricle ae still the best.

Awaiting "The Line Revival"

When are these guys getting back in the studio? This album rocks me in all the right ways. I hope they write a song called The Stranger just for me. My hand is numb....from clapping!

YOU ARE NOT THE LINE

get a different name, cause i bought your disk thinking you were the "costa big bear" line, change your name, its been used, its called the internet, didnt you think of checking before you did the whole website and itunes stuff, guess not, change your name because its not right you are on the same page as the real line.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Hailing from the small town of Big Bear Lake, CA, punk-popsters the Line -- comprised of members Doh H (vocals and guitar), Gip K (bass), Ryan L (guitar), and M (drums) -- have been slugging it out since the early to mid-'90s. February of 1995 saw the release of their self-titled debut, which resulted in a staggering 18-month supporting tour (playing with such big-name bands as Sublime, Guttermouth, and Less Than Jake across the U.S. and Canada). In 1997, the Line issued their sophomore effort, Auricle,...
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Muscles and Fancy Cars, The Line
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 18, 2006

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