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The Thin Red Line is the debut album by Canadian band Glass Tiger. It was released by Capitol Records on June 11, 1986.

The album is most famous for the single "Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)". The song, which featured backup vocals by Bryan Adams, reached #1 on the Canadian charts and #2 in the United States. A follow-up single, "Someday", was also successful, reaching #7 in the U.S. and #14 in Canada.

The album won the 1986 Juno Award for Album of the Year. "Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)" also won for Single of the Year, and the band won Most Promising Group. "Someday" won Single of the Year at the Juno Awards of 1987, the first time in the award's history that the same artist won the award in two consecutive years for singles from the same album. The Album also earned Glass Tiger a Grammy Award nomination for Best New Artist in 1987.
Track listing

  • "Thin Red Line" (Al Connelly, Alan Frew, Sam Reid) – 4:57
  • "Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)" (Frew, Reid, Jim Vallance) – 4:08
  • "Closer to You" (Frew, Michael Hanson, Wayne Parker, Reid) – 3:37
  • "Vanishing Tribe" (Connelly, Frew, Hanson, Parker, Reid) – 4:06
  • "Looking at a Picture" (Connelly, Frew, Hanson, Gerald O'Brien, Parker, Reid) – 4:02
  • "The Secret" (Frew, Reid) – 0:47
  • "Ancient Evenings" (Connelly, Frew, Hanson, Parker, Reid) – 4:55
  • "Ecstasy" (Connelly, Frew, Reid) – 4:25
  • "Someday" (Connelly, Frew, Vallance) – 3:37
  • "I Will Be There" (Connelly, Frew, Hanson) – 3:28
  • "You're What I Look For" (Connelly, Frew, Hanson) – 3:50
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