On Every Streetis an amazing album, if only for its apparent refusal to exploit the success of its predecessor. Sure, radio programmers could hear echoes of "Money for Nothing" in "Heavy Fuel," or traces of "Walk of Life" in "The Bug," butMark Knopflerwouldn't … see full wiki
If you were to compare this recording to the bands debut album you would say,"Gee is this the same band?" Whereas as the debut is raw and spunky, this one is more dark and moody. There are a few upbeat rockers on here, but for the most part alot of the sounds are suitable for just wanting something in the background. This recording is quite similar to their previous release, Brothers In Arms. Basically, you can't go too wrong with this band as they are quality all the way. However, it ranks as a 3 1/2 star rating while Making Movies and Love Over Gold are in the 4-5 star zone.