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Dire StraitsBrothers In Arms

Label:Vertigo – 3752907
Series:Back To Black
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180 Gram
Style:Classic Rock


A1So Far Away
A2Money For Nothing
B1Walk Of Life
B2Your Latest Trick
C1Why Worry
C2Ride Across The River
D1The Man's Too Strong
D2One World
D3Brothers In Arms

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This version contains the full-length songs of the album, total playing time of 55:07. The original single album LP length is 47:21. Songs "So Far Away", "Money For Nothing", "Your Latest Trick" and "Why Worry" were edited on that release.

The timings in parenthesis are the original vinyl lengths:

"So Far Away" - 5:12 (3:59)
"Money for Nothing" - 8:26 (7:04)
"Your Latest Trick" - 6:33 (4:46)
"Why Worry" - 8:31 (5:22)

Mastered from the original analogue and digital masters by Bernie Grundman and Bob Ludwig.

Includes A Voucher To Download MP3 Version Of The Album.

Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02537 52907 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0602537529070
  • Label Code: LC 01633
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (A & B side labels, LP1): 3752908
  • Matrix / Runout (C & D side labels, LP2): 3752909
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, variant 1): [etched] 3752908-A [stamped] 114059E1/A [etched] MPO 0602537529087 A GZ [stamped] 3752908-A [etched] BG [Logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, variant 1): [etched] 3752908-B [stamped] 114059E2/A1 [etched] MPO 0602537529087 B GZ [stamped] 3752908-B [etched] BG [Logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (C side runout, variant 1): [etched] 3752907-C [stamped] 114059E3/A1 [etched] MPO 0602537529094 A GZ [stamped] 3752909-A [etched] BG [Logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (D side runout, variant 1): [etched] 3752909-B [stamped] 114059E4/A1 [etched] MPO 0602537529094 B GZ [stamped] 3752909-B [etched] BG [Logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, variant 2): [etched] 3752908-A CB [stamped] 114059E1/A 3752908-A GZ
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, variant 2): [etched] 3752908-B CB [stamped] 114059E2/A 3752908-B GZ
  • Matrix / Runout (C side runout, variant 2): [etched] 3752909-A CB [stamped] 114059E3/A -3752909-A GZ
  • Matrix / Runout (D side runout, variant 2): [etched] 3752909-B CB [stamped] 114059E4/A 3752909-B GZ
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, etched, stamped, variant 3): 3752908-A CB 114059E1/A GZ 3752908-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, etched, stamped, variant 3): 3752908-B CB 114059E2/A GZ 3752908-B
  • Matrix / Runout (C side runout, etched, stamped, variant 3): 3752909-A CB 114059E3/A GZ 3752909-A
  • Matrix / Runout (D side runout, etched, stamped, variant 3): 3752909-B CB 114059E4/A GZ 3752909-B

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Brothers In Arms (LP, Album, Stereo)Vertigo, Vertigo824 499-1, 824 499-1 QGermany1985
Brothers In Arms (LP, Album, Stereo)VertigoVERH 25UK1985
Brothers In Arms (Cassette, Album, Paper Labels)VertigoVERHC 25UK1985
Brothers In Arms (Cassette, Album)Vertigo, Balet824499-4Turkey1985
Brothers In Arms (LP, Album)Vertigo824 499-1Australasia1985
marks11's profile picture
This is probably my best sounding record. 5 stars here.
DaanvK's profile picture
Had to return my copy, because it was very very warped (arm jumping almost of the record), of centre and very dirty with lot's of dust and debris on the surface. The second one was somewhat acceptable, still a bit warped though. The sound is good.
colejensen's profile picture
The long version of Why Worry by itself is worth buying this version (or the MOFI) for me! Sounds great. I do hear some noise in certain areas as others have mentioned but not a deal-breaker for me.
SpookyDarren's profile picture
MPO pressing is quiet where it should be and dynamic in all the right places to my ear. I have the MOFI pressings of the other albums by DS as I'm a sucker for Knopflers guitar.
jkmtab's profile picture
Excellent release, sound is very dynamic. My copy has MPO in the deadwax. The vocals are nice and clear i just wish all other vinyl release were as good as this.
AmimanPL's profile picture
There are non-GZ pressings out there. Recent copies might be pressed by MPO, just like mine:

I've edited this release instead of making a draft. Just a misclick. Sorry.
Xiclops's profile picture
So happy to open it up and be greeted by a lovely sounding MPO pressing. I was initially a bit worried I’d end up with the dreaded GZ!
coranth88's profile picture
I just got this one for my Collection -- a great pressing. People whinge about surface noise, but--it's Vinyl so you'll never get a super-clean, quiet pressing; that's the nature of the beast. What annoys me is that the reissuers are sort of lazy; this should be a Gatefold, not just the two heavy vinyl shoved in two paper sleeves in one jacket. I've now put the Vinyl outside of these in rice paper sleeves (inside the jacket, keeping original inners) but it's still a pain to get them in and out of the main LP jacket as there's so much stuffed in there. Ah, well, I'm buying Vinyl to play it, not hoard it like a snob collector; the jackets can fall to bits - I don't care - as long as the Vinyl survives, that's fine.
k2apache6.0's profile picture
Edited 2 years ago
Sound quality is very good on this one. No problems with my copy at all, though like others, I'd have preferred a single LP to this double format. Compared to my Pallas pressed DS audiophile remasters, the sonics compare reasonably enough, the laquers were cut by Bernie Grundman and Bob Ludwig, so maybe that explains that. There was also an RTI pressing in this format, could it be the same sourcing? GZ (Czech republic) pressings seem to be a hit or miss, often the quality is there, lamentably the consistency is not.
RafalLukawiecki's profile picture
A2, Money for Nothing, has pronounced scratching noise in the right channel about a minute into play, although no visible defects show. I will replace with another copy, hopefully a one-off pressing defect.