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On Every Street (album) by Dire Straits 

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On Every Street
On Every Street by Dire Straits (1991)
Overall rank: 3,625th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
70/100 (from 89 votes)
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Accolades: Top albums of 1991 (57th)
Top albums of the 1990s (744th)
Best albums of all time (3,625th)

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Dire Straits bestography

On Every Street is ranked 7th best out of 13 albums by Dire Straits on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Dire Straits is Brothers In Arms which is ranked number 219 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 10,332.

Dire Straits album bestography « Higher ranked (2,159th) This album (3,625th) Lower ranked (4,672nd) »
Communiqué On Every StreetMoney For Nothing

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Average Rating: 
70/100 (from 89 votes)
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From garycottier 07/09/2016 11:04
A disappointing final album for Dire Straits. It sounds more like a Mark Knopfler solo album to me, which in eccense I suppose that's what it is. The forgotten Dire Straits album.
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From BasMeijer 06/21/2015 11:27
As a whole this album does not do much for me, it is a collection of songs that do not really fit together (imo), a bit unlike other Dire Straits albums. Looking at the songs individually though, it contains a lot of good songs, like Iron Hand and Fade to Black.
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From Decurso 02/25/2015 10:58
A terrific swan song for Dire Straits. Heavy Fuel is one of the best things they ever did. Other favourites from this album include Calling Elvis, The Bug, On Every Street and My Parties. Nix mix of rockers and jazzier pop numbers.
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75/100
From subtleman22 03/10/2013 13:40
Some of the tracks at the end of the record lag, but overall a good effort, especially for a final album. I especially like “Heavy Fuel” and “Planet Of New Orleans,” but there are other radio-friendly songs.
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