Adeline Records

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Adeline Records
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Parent company Warner Music Group
Founded 1997 (1997)
Founder Billie Joe Armstrong
Jason White
Doug Sangalang
Jim Thiebaud
Distributor(s) East West Records/Warner Bros. Records
Genre Punk rock, pop-punk, acoustic
Country of origin United States
Location San Diego, California
Official website

Adeline Records is a record label which was formed in Oakland, California in late 1997. It was created by Billie Joe Armstrong, lead singer of Green Day, Screw 32's Doug Sangalang, Green Day guitarist Jason White and professional skateboarder Jim Thiebaud.[1][2] Green Day's management company, Pat Magnarella Management, now owns the label. Adeline Records was named after a street (Adeline Street) that runs from The Port of Oakland through West Oakland and NOBE, terminating at Ward St and Shattuck Ave in Berkeley.[3]


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Adeline Records also sold clothing for men and women as well as other clothing, providing advertising for the label. The range was called "Adeline Street" and included clothes (skirts, tops, underwear, dresses, hats, hoodies, jackets), accessories and jewellery for men, women, and children. The Adeline street logo is a skull and crossbones with a heart in the center of the crossed bones in pink for women and khaki for men. The clothing line ceased trading in 2008.[6] The company posted the following statement at the time "Adeline Street has decided not to move forward with future designs while Billie Joe and the guys are working hard on their follow up to 'American Idiot'".[7]

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