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Dire Straits

Dire Straits were a British rock band formed in London in 1977 by Mark Knopfler, David Knopfler, John Illsley and Pick Withers. They were active from 1977 to 1988 and again from 1990 to 1995. Their first single, "Sultans of Swing", from their 1978 self-titled debut album, reached the top ten in the UK and US charts.

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“Money For Nothing”

"Money for Nothing" the second track on the fifth studio album, Brothers in Arms 1985.
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“Sultans of Swing”

It's a song that's part of the fabric of rock history. Released by Dire Straits in 1978.
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“Eastbound Train”

The first song to appear on a record. Was a live recording made at London music venue in 1977.
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“Hand in Hand”

"Hand In Hand" appears on the album "Alchemy in 1980.
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“If I had You”

Released on a “recorded in one day” at the end of 1982. Also known as Twisting By The Pool in some territories.
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“Lady Writer”

"Lady Writer" is a 1979 song by Dire Straits, which appears on the band's second album Communiqué.
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“News” is a contemplative ballad that delves into the theme of media manipulation and the blurred line
between reality and fiction. Released in 1979.
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“Romeo and Juliet”

"Romeo and Juliet" is a rock song written by frontman Mark Knopfler.
It first appeared on the 1980 album Making Movies and was released as a single in 1981.
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“So Far Away”

"So Far Away" was the lead single from Brothers in Arms in the UK and Europe on 12 April 1985.
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“Tunnel of Love”

"Tunnel of Love" is a 1981 single by Dire Straits. It appears on the 1980 album Making Movies.
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“Walk of Life”

""Walk of Life" is the third track on their fifth studio album Brothers in Arms 1985.
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“Your Latest Trick”

"Your Latest Trick" is the fourth track on their fifth studio album, Brothers in Arms 1985.

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