Tourist History: Two Door Cinema Club Album with Bonus
Tourist History is the debut studio album by Northern Ireland band Two Door Cinema Club. It was released on 26 February 2010 in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Kitsuné Music, and 27 April in the United States on Glassnote Records. The band announced the details of their album on 1 January 2010 in an interview with NME. The idea for the album title "Tourist History" came from the popularity of their hometown Bangor with tourists, and of their own travels as Two Door Cinema Club.
Tourist History won the Choice Music Prize for Irish Album of the Year 2010. The band said it was the first award they had ever won. They donated the €10,000 prize money to charity.
1. "Cigarettes in the Theatre"
2. "Come Back Home"
3. "Do You Want It All?"
4. "This Is the Life"
5. "Something Good Can Work"
6. "I Can Talk"
7. "Undercover Martyn"
8. "What You Know"
9. "Eat That Up, It's Good for You"
10. "You Are Not Stubborn"
And here they are live at Glastonbury
Setlist: 1.Cigarettes In The Theatre 2.Undercover Martyn 3.Do You Want It All? 4.This Is The Life 5.Kids 6.Something Good Can Work 7.Costume Party 8.You Are Not Stubborn 9.Eat That Up It's Good For You 10.What You Know 11.Sleep Alone 12.Come Back Home 13.I Can Talk