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Album: Brothers In Arms

Artist: Dire Straits

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1985
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • Copyright: ℗ 1996 Mercury Records Ltd. (London), under license to Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For Brothers In Arms By Artist Dire Straits

Title Artist Time
So Far Away Dire Straits 5:12 USD 1.29
Money for Nothing Dire Straits 8:26 USD 1.29
Walk of Life Dire Straits 4:12 USD 1.29
Your Latest Trick Dire Straits 6:33 USD 1.29
Why Worry Dire Straits 8:31 USD 1.29
Ride Across the River Dire Straits 6:57 USD 1.29
The Man's Too Strong Dire Straits 4:40 USD 1.29
One World Dire Straits 3:40 USD 1.29
Brothers In Arms Dire Straits 6:59 USD Album Only

Reviews For Brothers In Arms By Artist Dire Straits

  • I want my! I want my MTV!!!

    By BillyMedia
  • Not The Original

    By burbmantom
    Money for Nothing, with the now socially unacceptable verses removed, has become a repetitive and monotonous shell of its former self. Many works of art from former times could now be seen as offensive to some, why was this one edited?
  • Masterpiece

    By growing up mccartney
    This album is a masterpiece!!l A must have!!
  • I would give it 10 stars if I could.

    By CRJCA
    By far one of the best albums ever!!
  • Archetypical album

    By drporpoise
    I can't remember when I first heard this album, or when I realized these were new songs. Each song (with the exception, perhaps, of why worry), sounded to me like I had always known them and always would know them. I remember hearing the album as a kid with my friends, and in our college dorm, and listening to it with my dad, and then with my roommates just after college. Now, 20 years later, after losing the CD to a car stereo thief, I am buying the album again. Not sure why, as I can still hear every note as clearly as if it was playing. The band has that big, flowing, rolling sound, big musicality, strongly rooted in great musicianship. Even the synthesizer sounds are crafted and seasoned to blend into the richness of the tones rolling out of the guitar, base, and drum tracks that mark this album as one of the great works of the 1980s.
  • Love these guys

    By bear2973
    Amazing album
  • Life Changer

    By IbanezP2
    "We have just one world, but we live in different ones." I received this album for my 13th birthday back in 1994. I was one of those albums that once I started listening to it, I couldn't stop. Every track on the album in exceptional in its own right. Years later, hearing the title track used in the closing minutes of The West Wing's 2nd season, I was brought to tears. Absolutely incredible album. It deserves to be absorbed.
  • Brothers in Arms full album review.

    By Corncakeshrinkydink03
    So far Away 5/5- A wonderfully nostalgic song about missing a girlfriend. Money for Nothing- 5/5 A Cool song with an amazing guitar Riff. Walk Of Life 5/5- Catchiest song of all time with a hook. Your Latest Trick 5/5- Jazzy feel and a good message. Why Worry 5/5 the most beautiful soothing song of all time. Ride Across The River 4/5 Mystical feel, pretty different. Still good though. The Man's too strong 4/5 upbeat powerful song. One World 3/5 weakest on the album by far. Brothers in Arms 5/5 The Greatest Song on the album with amazing lyrics and incredible instrumental parts. Best song on probably the best album of all time.
  • Incredible Music Experience

    By Jayo59
    Put on the headphones or insert your earbuds and get lost in the music for an hour or so. You won't regret it. This is one of the finest albums start to finish I have ever owned.
  • A little too mainstream

    By O big oster
    Dire Straits has a very distinctive sound, but this album is a little mainstream. However, there are good tracks like Money for Nothing and Brothers in Arms.

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