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Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms

 (Numbered Limited Edition)


Mobile Fidelity



Product No.:
AMOB 441
UPC: 821797244114
In Stock

45 RPM Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM  

180-gram numbered, limited edition 45 RPM LP

Double LP in a gatefold jacket

Digital clone of Sony 1630 U-Matic digital master

1985's Brothers in Arms has sold more than 9 million copies in U.S. alone

Ranked No. 351 on Rolling Stone's List of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

There are hit records. And then there are blockbusters. 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.

The sense of realism this edition delivers will leave slack-jawed even the most hard-to-please audiophiles. As the recipient of the Grammy for Best-Engineered Recording, the album has always been a go-to sonic standard, but never has it sounded so reach-out-and-touch-it realistic as it does on this analog pressing. All of the hallmark characteristics - ample spaciousness, ideal balances, widescreen dynamics, immersive depth, lush production - are here in spades. As is music-making of enviable proportions.

Reasons for the album's chart-busting success primarily owe to the expertly crafted songs and memorable playing turned in by a group hitting its creative peak. Not to mention the spatial dimensions that cause instruments and vocals to naturally float in a fixed area.

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.

Side A
1. So Far Away
2. Money for Nothing

Side B
1. Walk of Life
2. Your Latest Trick

Side C
1. Why Worry
2. Ride Across The River

Side D
1. The Man’s Too Strong
2. One World
3. Brothers in Arms

Customer Reviews (4.64 Stars) 14 person(s) rated this product.

Just Bought For a Friend

posted on 06/16/2024
5 Stars
Reviewer: Dean Cacioppo
I have owned this pressing since it came out. Its my buddies Birthday and I couldn't think of a better gift for an audiophile (who doesn't already have it). Super silent and sounds incredible - and insanely good music. I was impressed that Acoustic Sounds still had them.

The Best

posted on 06/07/2024
5 Stars
This album went in a small box of MUST PLAY albums. The sound quality is definitely amazing, and the music takes me back years. If you have a high quality stereo system this record really shows it off!

Sounds great to me.

posted on 12/20/2021
5 Stars
Reviewer: Brian
Another complaint about noise. Clean your records. No noise here after I cleaned the records.


posted on 01/19/2021
5 Stars
Reviewer: Tim
I remember stewing on purchasing this CD back in the Eighty's. For some bizarre reason I never did. Just got back into LP's a year ago. When I saw this become available I said to myself no more messing around and get it. When I dropped the needle tonight I could hear right away this is gonna be special. . What a record..Sounds so good. Amazing!

Dannnnnng! It needs more stars!

posted on 01/11/2021
5 Stars
Best rendering of Brothers in Arms EVER. End of story!

Encapsulated in the Music

posted on 01/02/2021
5 Stars
Reviewer: Johnny G
I have listened to so many variants of this album since it was first released in 1985. I have NEVER heard a pressing that sounds as good as this one does. When I play this vinyl I feel the the music is melting over and around me. This by all sense of the words is EAR CANDY! I am now curious how the other Dire Straits albums sound compared to this one (especially their 1st album).

More MOFI Acoustic Sounds Perfection

posted on 12/30/2020
5 Stars
Reviewer: Cliff Rockefeller
I am a huge fan of putting old 33 1/3 on 45. The difference is amazing. If it bothers you to flip the record so often, have kids. That's what my dad did. Anyway, MOFI has been doing it for years but this one sounds very special. When I say "it", I mean putting out clean, vibrant and dynamic pressings. Brothers In Arms just sounds extra good. The trumpet solo on "Your Latest Trick" will blow you away with it's clarity. I only hear floor noise when I crank it up and then it's still very little. I hear more garbage on the cd. Amazing job again. Why buy a record anywhere else? How about some Pink Floyd at 45? Just a thought Acoustic Sounds rocks.

Best so far...

posted on 12/15/2019
5 Stars
Reviewer: Mike
This is a classic that MoFi delivers almost with perfect EQ only bass seems a little on the detached and a bit pumped up side. Space around instruments and dynamics to die for, sounds like you sit in the studio, just great!


posted on 01/14/2018
5 Stars
Possibly the best MOFI has ever put out. Must have for any audiophile!

By far the BEST version of BIA

posted on 03/12/2016
5 Stars
Reviewer: joey1127
This Mo-Fi 45 RPM version of BIA is by far the BEST. Fidelity is mind blowing good. BIA was a well recorded album to start with, but Mo-Fi really kicks it up a notch with this version. The SACD is also superb. Highly recommend this version while supplies last.

Killer sound

posted on 05/29/2015
5 Stars
Reviewer: Jeff C - Australia
I've compared this MoFi version with an original 1985 standard CD Made in W. Germany by Polygram matrix 824 499-2 02 * (John Dent version), original 1985 standard LP, 20th Anniversary SACD, barcode 602498714980, and Mobile Fidelity SACD UDSACD2099.

This is by far the best version I have every heard and it makes the MoFi SACD sound weak. The bass goes on forever and there is more timbre to be heard in Mark's vocals and in everything else.

If you are a fan of this album you must get this.

Nice but noisy

posted on 04/10/2015
3 Stars
A lot of surface noise. Unusual for a MoFi pressing. I own dozens of them and this is probably the noisiest I can recall. Rather disappointing as the mastering job is first rate.

45RPM The Best

posted on 03/22/2015
5 Stars
Reviewer: Mark
This album is by far one of my favorites on 45rpm speed it is as good as the Doors and Elvis Presley 27 hits this album has a lot of detail on the Highs and Mids Bass is the tightest bass I have ever heard Way to Go!!!!! Please do all of the Beatles this way.

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