AeroHistory: Draw the Line

Aerosmith releases 'Draw the Line", the fifth studio album, released December 9, 1977. It was recorded in an abandoned convent near New York City, rented out for that purpose.

The portrait of the band was drawn by the celebrity caricaturist Al Hirschfeld. Hirschfeld is known for hiding Nina's name, written in capital letters ("NINA"), in most of the drawings he produced after her birth.

Songs on 'Draw the Line' include:

1. "Draw the Line"
2. "I Wanna Know Why"
3. "Critical Mass" 
4. "Get It Up"
5. "Bright Light Fright"
6. "Kings and Queens"
7. "The Hand That Feeds" 
8. "Sight for Sore Eyes"
9. "Milk Cow Blues"