Apr 27, 2010

The Pine

download the Pine band emo Self-titled (2000)
Homeless Life 7'' (2002)
Lead Blocks For Feet (2002)
Self-Titled LP (2003)
Split with The Saddest Landscape (2003)
Days Slipping By (2004)
The Pine Acoustic (live) (2005)
Don't Need Regret LP (2005)
Split with La Quiete (2005)
Compilation Songs
Some Unreleased Stuff


The Pine is truly one of my favorite bands and here is all the stuff I found of them for so far and I think this is the most complete discography of The Pine you can find on the interwebs. 

The Pine is from Bakersfield, CA and play some truly righteous emotional music in the vein of Evergreen. They broke up, but 3/4th of the band are playing together again in their new band Reaching Away. Make sure you download both bands if you haven't yet!

Thanks to discohijack.blogspot.com

8 comments:

  1. OMG!!!!! years looking for this! thanks you!!

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  2. Been looking for the acoustic CD-R for sooo long. Awesome to see there really are other people who love The Pine too.

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  3. do you have there first demo's? whn roger was on drums and vocals? i cant find them anywhere. it be nice if you posted them up =)

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  4. I actually don't. I didn't even know those demos existed.

    But I'll definitely search for it and ask around. If I find anything you'll see it posted here on my blog!

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  5. Amazing band, Greetings from Chile!!!

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  6. Still missing the demo tape, a second acoustic set, eight songs tape, and the unreleased bsides to Days slipping by. I was lucky to have found the 7"s and LP's on physical. All I am missing is the split 7"s. Did have luck on the 8 song s/t cdr, s/t 7", s/t lp, homeless life 7", lead blocks 12", days slipping 12" and dont need regret 12"

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    1. Yup. I'm aware. Asked Roger himself if he had the missing stuff but he doesn't. It is really hard nowadays to find digital stuff of anything rather unknown since most blogs are dead. So if you have any of the missing stuff in digital format feel free to share! I also have some The Pine physical records. I am always keen on adding The Pine records to my collection! Have you tried to buy the splits on discogs.com? People always seem to be selling some copies there!

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