The Longest Line is a 12" EP by punk rock band NOFX, released in 1992. This was the first release on Fat Wreck Chords and the cover art was done by Dan Sites. The first 200 copies of this record were printed on dark-blue vinyl, some on grey vinyl, and all others on black vinyl. It was repressed in 2007 with 1,082 copies on "Peruvian" white vinyl. This coloured version sold out within a day. The band denied all suggestion that the title referred to cocaine. The pop punk band Blink (later Blink-182) covered "The Longest Line" on their demo tape Flyswatter. All five songs were later released on The Longest EP.