A Record Collector's Guide

The Twilight Singers

Blackberry Belle

One Little Indian OLI401 (CD), released October 2003

Plain Recordings plain116 (LP), released November 2005

In my opinion, this is the strongest of all Twilight Singers albums. I love the first record, but I think this is the one on which it all comes together. This is also where Mark Lanegan began to show up on Twilight Singers releases, with a solid appearance on the album's last track, "Number Nine." The vinyl came out much later. It contained a bonus track, the demo of "Run Rabbit Run," a song that had made occasional appearances during the Afghan Whigs' final tour. All copies were on white vinyl.

Fans were not immediately sold on the vinyl version, and its value did not rise at all for a few years. It began to get slightly more scarce and appreciated slightly over a few-year period. Then, out of nowhere, it took off and is now one of the most expensive Dulli-related pieces of vinyl one can buy.

Version Value ($) Scarcity Price Trending
plain116 White 220-240 6 Up

Recent Sales Data:

Year Sold Quantity Median Price ($) Platform
2017 10 227 Discogs, eBay
2016 4 172 Discogs, eBay

This page was last updated on January 2, 2018.

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Scarcity Score Definition
10 Near impossible: Fewer than 50 copies or publicly sold every few years
8-9 Very rare: 50-199 copies or publicly sold 1-2 times per year
6-7 Rare: 200-499 copies or publicly sold a few times a year
4-5 Medium: 500-999 copies or publicly sold ~10 times a year
1-3 Common: 1000+ copies, readily available, or publicly sold 20+ times a year

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