|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Blacklight Trap||9||Audio||2005||Undertow Music|
|2||Westernaire||11||Audio||2003||Aspyr Media, Inc.|
|3||The State Line||7||Audio||2001||My Aunt Jane's Recordings|
Milton Mapes is a band that formed in Austin, Texas in 1999. The band was named after band member Greg Vanderpool's grandfather.
Singer/guitarist Greg Vanderpool and bandmate Roberto Sánchez, both veterans of Dallas’ Deep Ellum music scene, subsequently spent a year in Nashville compiling songs that would make up Milton Mapes' debut release The State Line (2001). The 7-song CD was well received by regional press and radio, drawing comparisons to Neil Young (Harvest) and Bruce Springsteen (Nebraska).