Performing an album in its entirety has definitely become a trend over the last few years. This year alone Jethro Tull will dust off Aqualung for its 40th anniversary, Matthew Sweet will relive Girlfriend for its 20th, and Pixies continue to add dates to their never-ending Doolittle tour because—well, probably because people are still paying for tickets. Add to this list Greg Dulli's Twilight Singers, who will play their 2004 album Blackberry Belle in its entirety one night only at the Great American Music Hall on September 17. They've never played the entire album live before, and will follow the whole-album set with a second set of songs spanning the band's career. And as a bonus, Appolonia Kotero—of Prince and "Purple Rain" fame—will make be among the evening's special guests, presumably reprising her original backup vocals on "Teenage Wristband" and "Fat City." Tickets were supposed to go on sale Sunday morning at 10 am, but for whatever reason, they are already available without the presale code.