DIRE STRAITS - BROTHERS IN ARMS
180-gram Grammy-winning double LP
1985's Brothers in Arms has sold more than 9 million copies in U.S. alone
Featuring "Money For Nothing," "Walk Of Life" and "So Far Away"
Formerly ranked No. 351 on Rolling Stone's List of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time
Original album reissued on 180-gram gatefold double LP. One of the world's best-selling records, a winner of two Grammy Awards, an era-defining reference statement, an MTV favorite, and a set that catapulted an already-acclaimed band to arena status, Dire Straits' Brothers in Arms is the kind of epic spectacular that comes around only once or twice a decade.
Anchored by "Money for Nothing," a caustically themed smash immediately identifiable via Mark Knopfler's resonant finger-picked guitar riff and Sting's "I want my MTV" vocal refrain, Dire Straits' fifth album is stuffed with bluesy signatures, jazz-rock motifs, clever lyrics, and organic accents.