|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Complete Recordings||10||Audio||1999-04-00||Slumberland Records|
|2||Complete Recordings||10||Audio||1999||Fantastic Records (2)|
|3||Throw Aggi Off The Bridge||3||Audio||1992||Audrey's Diary|
|4||Black Tambourine||16||Audio||2010-03-30||Slumberland Records|
|5||Black Tambourine||16||Audio||2010-03-30||Slumberland Records|
|6||Black Tambourine||16||Audio||2011||Burger Records|
|7||Black Tambourine||16||Audio||2010-03-30||Slumberland Records|
|8||By Tomorrow||4||Audio||1991-11-00||Slumberland Records|
|10||Black Tambourine||8||Audio||2012||Not On Label (Black Tambourine Self-Released)|
|11||By Tomorrow||4||Audio||1991-11-00||Slumberland Records|
|12||I Want You Around||4||Audio||2013-01-06||Hangover Lounge|
Black Tambourine comprised of Archie Moore and Brian Nelson (later of Velocity Girl) and the mysterious and wonderful Pam Berry (later of The Glo-Worms & The Castaway Stones). These three created wondeful walls of distortion and melody within their songs.
Though they only played a handful of gigs in their brief career, their two singles on Slumberland and Audrey's Diary wielded a large influence, and were key artifacts in the birth of US indie pop.