Look, honestly, if it's got Mark Knopfler in it, I'll watch it, listen to it, eat it, buy it, whatever. I used to have every DS album on tape. Wanna know why? Because of this album. I saw the "Brothers in Arms" video, and then the "Money for Nothing" video, and the rest is history. I bought the album on vinyl and then on tape, and now have it on CD, along with MK's latest offering, "Sailling to Philadelphia", plus a whole lot of other work from the in-between years and the years gone by. This album, simply put, rocks. The guitar work, as usual, is phenomenal. And if anyone out there can show me how to play that intro... you know the one I mean... I'll... I dunno what I'll do, but it'll be good. What I love most about this album is the simplicity with which it communicates. Knopfler's mastery of his instrument... hold on, it's more like a symbiotic relationship than a master/servant thing... shines through on every track. Whether he's singing on Money for Nothing, humming on The Man's too Strong or doing the jig on Walk of Life, he's got it down pat. But I ramble. If you ain't got it, (which I find difficult to believe), go get it. And Love over Gold. And Alchemy. And Sailing to Philly. And anything else you can lay your hands on. Go ahead, trust me.