Turin Brakes - The Optimist: Limited Sunset Splatter Double Vinyl LP With Bonus Single, SIgned Art Print & Obi *DINKED ARCHIVE EDITION EXCLUSIVE 005


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The Optimist
(Two Piers Records)


  • “Sunset” Yellow, Orange & Red Splatter Vinyl *
  • Bonus 2 track 7” - ‘3 Days Old / Reach Out’ *
  • Signed Art Print *
  • Dinked Obi-Strip *
  • Numbered Edition *
  • Gold foil Dinked Archive sticker *
  • Gatefold Sleeve, Spot UV colour
  • Limited Pressing of 700


Side A
A1 Feeling Oblivion
A2 Underdog (Save Me)
A3 Emergency 72
A4 Future Boy
A5 The Door
A6 State Of Things

Side B
B1 By TV Light
B2 Slack
B3 Starship
B4 The Road
B5 Mind Over Money
B6 The Optimist

Side C
C1 Feeling Oblivion - Demo
C2 Underdog (Sally) - Demo
C3 Emergency 72 - Demo
C4 Future Boy -Original Version.
C5 The Door - Original Version
C6 State Of Things

Side D
D1 By TV Light - Original Version
D2 Slack - Demo
D3 Starship - Demo
D4 The Road -
D5 Mind Over Money- Demo
D6 The Optimist – Demo

A) 3 Days Old
B) Reach Out

Turin Brakes critically acclaimed debut album ‘The Optimist LP’ gets the re-issue treatment to celebrate its 20th Anniversary

The ground breaking long player, originally released in 2001 features classic tracks such as ‘Underdog (Save Me)’, ’The Door' and ‘Feeling Oblivion’.

’The Optimist LP’ will be re-released on Dinked Edition Deluxe 2LP Splatter with bonus 7”, Deluxe 2LP & 2CD on Two-Piers Records, now with a Bonus album of ‘Demos’ from the original sessions and New Artwork. The Album has been out of print on Vinyl for many years

Drowned in Sound - 'The Optimist LP' is a quite stunningly beautiful record.

NME - It’s one of those albums. Like ‘Parachutes’, for some, we suppose. But then listening to Coldplay instead of Turin Brakes is like the [I]Almost Famous[/I] generation choosing Don McLean over Tim Buckley. One’s comforting, familiar, pretty; the other strikes at your soul. And it’s a special kind of record which can encourage [I]and[/I] soundtrack such introspection, without losing its edge to indulgent miserabilism

Pitchfork - Olly Knights' vocals mix Jeff Buckley moan and Marc Bolan hiss. The songs are simple, emotional, and earnest…., and they're laden with Everly Brothers harmonies

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