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Gently used. Record is nearly perfect. Very good sleeve. Warner Brothers HS 3330
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Vinyl LP pressing of this 1979 album from the British Rock band led by guitarist/vocalist Mark Knopfler. When their self-titled debut album was released in 1978, the band garnered plenty of attention but it took another seven years before BROTHERS IN ARMS turned them into global superstars. After one more studio album, the band split up but they left behind a lasting legacy that continues to be embraced by new fans and new generations every year.

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1 Once Upon a Time in the West
2 News
3 Where Do You Think You''re Going
4 Communique
5 Lady Writer
6 Angel of Mercy
7 Portobello Belle
8 Single Handed Sailor
9 Follow Me Home

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jay
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Simply Superb!!
Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2021
I do not need to say anything about the music itself as theres enough already said : they only released 6 studio albums and for sure this is the most underrated one. But this one is a true gem and will grow on you over the years. The music is not forced and the band... See more
I do not need to say anything about the music itself as theres enough already said : they only released 6 studio albums and for sure this is the most underrated one. But this one is a true gem and will grow on you over the years.
The music is not forced and the band almost got it perfect here. ( That in my opinion was achieved on their 4 studio album)

DS never really played to the gallery and it is very apparent on this one. An absolute cladsic and a must have.
And i said i dont need to speak about the music!!!
A word about the seller : simply put 5 star experience. I got a steal as this is an original pressing from 1979 and not a remaster. Mint condition. Arrived a dsy earlier than what amazon said. Get yourself a copy!!!
Heres my ranking of the DS albums:
6. On Every Street
5. Making Movies
4. Communique
3. Dire Straits
2. Brothers in Arms
1. Love over Gold
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1.* Alchemy : simply the best live album ever. THIS is DS at their peak!!!! If you can find it : its worth its weight in gold! I have not been able to get it as an LP but had bootlegged cassettes , then owned the CDs in the 90s and now have the remastered DVD. Absolutely amazing DVD and i think u can get it here.
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Madrok
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Mostly great, but one side noisy, damage to jacket.
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2020
3 out of 4 sides quiet, no noise. Not good enough, I’m done with mo-fi. Most of the album sounds very good. “Lady Writer” is noticeably clearer. It’s recorded/mixed differently from the other tracks for some reason, and usually sound smirky, but that’s less noticeable... See more
3 out of 4 sides quiet, no noise. Not good enough, I’m done with mo-fi.
Most of the album sounds very good. “Lady Writer” is noticeably clearer. It’s recorded/mixed differently from the other tracks for some reason, and usually sound smirky, but that’s less noticeable on this pressing.

The side beginning with “Single-Handed Sailor” has a an aberration causing a ‘whoosh’ sound on each revolution. That, and the damage to the jacket in the corner makes it unacceptable for this price. I should have returned it but didn’t. The QC in production, shipping and handling is low.
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Doctor Dan
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A stunning second album !!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2010
When ''Communique'' was being recorded, Dire Straits'' first, self-titled album was just becoming noticed world-wide. Instead of recording in London in February, on a tight budget, as they had with their first album, Dire Straits found themselves in the Bahamas in December... See more
When ''Communique'' was being recorded, Dire Straits'' first, self-titled album was just becoming noticed world-wide. Instead of recording in London in February, on a tight budget, as they had with their first album, Dire Straits found themselves in the Bahamas in December with a different production team. The overall ''sound'', if compared to their first release, is a bit more "laid-back". Perhaps, as some have suggested, due to the tropical locale of their second recording.

Nevertheless, it contains, to some of us Dire Straits/Mark Knopfler fans, some of the most sublimely ''smooth'' guitar work Mark Knopfler''s ever done. Just listen, with eyes closed, to the first three songs. Effortless and graceful guitarwork interlaced with strong, tight rhythmic backing. This was still the original four piece group with just a touch of extras (listen for the organ in Where Do You Think You''re Going?, and the outdoor sounds of crickets and the gentle surf in Follow Me Home).

I just finished listening to my new Warner Brothers 180 gram ''audiophile'' LP recording for the second time since picking it up three days ago. I''ll suggest one point of comparison for those who wish to compare CD versus LP (I have a ''SBM'' [Super Bit Mapping] re-mastered Vertigo/ Mercury import CD to compare to the new vinyl record). When you get to the last cut on the disc -''Follow Me Home''- listen to the sounds of the crickets and then the surf. If you listen to the CD first, it will sound very natural as the ''SBM'' re-master is very resolute and refined as CDs go. If you follow that with the vinyl record, you''ll be looking for the crickets in your room, and the surf sounds will be soooo "wet" sounding compared to the CD. The "hiss" of the flowing water on the wet sand particles is incredibly life-like! Real life sounds that most all of us have heard and know what they REALLY sound like to us. The record, which is ANALOG, is reproduced completely as ANALOG all the way from the original ANALOG tapes from December 1978!

Hooray to those at Warner Brothers who are responsible for bringing us this wonderful series of Dire Straits'' first four albums on beautifully produced 180 gram audiophile-quality vinyl discs!

It''s SO EASY to give this recording FIVE STARS!!!!! My highest recommendation!!!!!
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Aly
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This is the BEST VERSION of this album. Period.
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2020
Communiqué is a well-recorded album. This MOFI pressing, (I bought the SACD), BLOWS any version OUT OF THE WATER. I am not good at using the flowery language many audiophiles use, but I can say that the clarity is amazing, and the EQ choices are tasteful. Every pluck of a... See more
Communiqué is a well-recorded album. This MOFI pressing, (I bought the SACD), BLOWS any version OUT OF THE WATER. I am not good at using the flowery language many audiophiles use, but I can say that the clarity is amazing, and the EQ choices are tasteful. Every pluck of a string can be heard... Yet the music isn''t tiring. It possesses that wonderful analogue sound that can be enjoyed for hours on end. You just can''t get any better than this. I bought every rerelease for Dire Straits by MOFI and it is worth every penny. If you are a fan of the band than this is money well spent.
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frogman
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Great Album
Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2019
If you like dire straits, you will love this album. It’s one of the best. Marks guitar work is second to none. I thought I had a copy of this album on CD, but I couldn’t locate it, so I ordered it. It’s an older album, but it’s timeless.
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Urantia
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Worst Reviews - Best Album
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2009
There''s little doubt Communique has received the poorest reviews of any of the six albums, but I like it the best. This and the group''s first album portray the heart and soul of Dire Straits. They tell stories running the gamut of life experiences and tell them in a... See more
There''s little doubt Communique has received the poorest reviews of any of the six albums, but I like it the best. This and the group''s first album portray the heart and soul of Dire Straits. They tell stories running the gamut of life experiences and tell them in a variety of styles . . . ballads, rock, country, R&B. They are not "catchy tune" jingles that immediately grab your attention and then lose your interest after listening to them a few times. Instead, they are substantive songs that you may not even like at first, but grow on you the more you listen to them. What do the critics know?

Tuneful Once Upon a Time in the West has some wicked guitar playing, while Lady Writer adds zest to a mainly melancholic collection. News is an unheralded jewel of a song with mesmerizing lyrics and melody. Portobello Belle and Single-Handed Sailor are beautiful ballads. Angel of Mercy shows that DS can do Nashville and do it well. Although offbeat Communique and mysterious Follow Me Home take some getting used to, your patience will be rewarded. The haunting Where Do You Think You''re Going is my all-time favorite DS song, but to gain a full appreciation of the song you should check out the live performances on YouTube, which include a passionate and extended outro. It''s frustrating that the recorded version, while excellent, does not include the extended outro, nor does the song appear on any of their live albums.

Some complain that Communique is a re-hash of the first album. I think the songs are unique, although there do appear to be parallels (a sort of kinship)between songs of the two albums which I''ve listed below(just for fun):

Dire Straits album tracks and Communique album "sister songs"

Down to the Waterline and Single-Handed Sailor (nautical theme)
Water of Love and Communique (choppy tempo)
Setting Me Up and Angel of Mercy (country flavor)
Six Blade Knife and Where Do You Think You''re Going (grim, threatening)
Southbound Again and Follow Me Home (heading my way)
Sultans of Swing and Lady Writer (lively, fast-paced)
Wild West End and Portobello Belle (streets of London)
In the Gallery and Once Upon a Time in the West (life''s not fair)
Lions and News (angst)

Communique is the most unappreciated album of the most unappreciated band, but both will stand the test of time.

Notes: 1. Lady Writer was released as a single with Where Do You Think You''re Going on the flip side. 2. The Money For Nothing "best-of" album includes a very good live rendition of Portobello Belle. The album also has Lady Writer and Where Do You Think You''re Going, but for some unfathomable reason uses a different studio version of the latter that is good, but not as good as the Communique version. 3. Lady Writer sounds a lot like What''s the Matter Baby, a real rocker co-authored by Mark and David Knopfler that only appears on the Live at the BBC album. 4. At a concert in Germany in 1980 MK dedicated News to the memory of John Lennon.
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William W. Miller
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
From out of the past - right betwwen the eyes...........
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2015
I came onto Dire Straits late, with their Brothers in Arms album when it was current many years ago, and never explored the earlier work until recently, 30 plus years later. But glad I did. These guys put out some excellent rock music with their tight guitar arrangements... See more
I came onto Dire Straits late, with their Brothers in Arms album when it was current many years ago, and never explored the earlier work until recently, 30 plus years later. But glad I did. These guys put out some excellent rock music with their tight guitar arrangements and Mark Knopfler''s distinctive lead vocals. .This and Making Movies along with their self titled first album, the groups first three major albums, provide many hours of pleasant listening as I put them on auto repeat while I work on projects on the computer or in workbench space. Sorry I was so late to the party.
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Michael
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Quite possibly Dire Straits'' best work
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2009
I''ve been a huge Dire Straits fan for almost 30 years now, and have just gotten around to replacing all of their albums with CDs and giving everything a thorough listen. While Love Over Gold had long been my favorite, I have fallen in love anew with all of the earlier CDs,... See more
I''ve been a huge Dire Straits fan for almost 30 years now, and have just gotten around to replacing all of their albums with CDs and giving everything a thorough listen. While Love Over Gold had long been my favorite, I have fallen in love anew with all of the earlier CDs, particularly Communique. There simply is not a weak track on the disk.

While Mark Knopfler has consistently written exceptionally strong music (and his voice, while not technically very good, suits his compositions perfectly), each of the band''s disks has at least one, if not more, weak track. Even Love Over Gold has, well, "Love Over Gold," which while lovely, probably goes on about 2 minutes too long. Communique does not have that problem. The songs, while for the most part understated, each showcase different aspects of Knopfler''s playing that would come to the forefront on later songs. Particular favorites are "Where Do You Think You''re Going?", "News", "Lady Writer", and "Single-Handed Sailor." The lyrics show a maturity and darkness not readily available to the casual listener. The variety of playing styles is incredible.

If you''re a fan at all of the band and have hesitated checking this disk out because of it''s age or some of the reviews here, please give his disk a chance. You will be greatly surprised and thoroughly pleased. Besides, it''s only $7 brand new.

Haunting, lovely, and a clear roadmap for the band they would become in the future. A best buy.
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S. Lornie
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not as good as the debut, but rocks regardless.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 6, 2018
When it comes to a bands second album, the group either has to do one of two things. Either they need to make a consistently good album in the same vein as the original or they have to blow the original out the water. After the huge success musically and commercially...See more
When it comes to a bands second album, the group either has to do one of two things. Either they need to make a consistently good album in the same vein as the original or they have to blow the original out the water. After the huge success musically and commercially of Dire Straits'' self titled album, the follow up Communiqué had too much to live up to. Communiqué is one of those albums that can simply be described as more of the same. This is the Dire Straits re-creating that creative bluesy rock sound that was all over their debut album. For the most part they were quite successful as the album has nine enjoyable songs, the quality of which varies from song to song. The three highlight songs for me is the opening, Once Upon a Time in the West, the album titled track and the up beat Lady Writer. Each song has a hook that will quickly reel you in with no chance of escape. The rest of Communiqué has that level of enjoyment where the music is obviously good but not quite to the high standard set by the previous album. The pacing of the album also works in its favour. Communiqué is a firm forty three minutes long but each song transitions from one another with no issues. Also, like the previous record, Communiqué has been very well produced. The drums and bass sound solid but not over powering, the vocals are not too forward in the mix and the guitars sound perfectly balanced bringing up the lead or rhythm only where it is needed the most. Communiqué shows signs of a band trying to find their sound and in doing so have clearly played it safe. The music is still of a pretty high standard and makes for a great follow up to Dire Straits. I wouldn''t recommend it as an album for those unfamiliar with the bands work, but I would recommend it if you purchased either the debut album or the follow up, Making Movies. Published by Steven Lornie of Demonszone
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Title: OK sound quality but bass is soft and lacks edge, vocals lack punch
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 3, 2021
CD Review of Dire Straits remastered 1996 Robert Ludwig A reasonable recording let down by the bass which can be soft and the drum sound can lack punch and crispness. The bass guitar lacks definition. The lead and rhythm guitars are however outstanding. Sadly the vocals are...See more
CD Review of Dire Straits remastered 1996 Robert Ludwig A reasonable recording let down by the bass which can be soft and the drum sound can lack punch and crispness. The bass guitar lacks definition. The lead and rhythm guitars are however outstanding. Sadly the vocals are also a bit soft on some tracks, the backing vocals just disappear into the general background. An OK recording but not Dire Straits greatest quality recording. I have not set out to write reviews of the music content as “beauty is in the ears of the listener”. These reviews are about the quality (or not) of the recorded sound. To read about how the reviews are done please see my profile. • Clarity – good, could be sharper and clearer, parts sound slightly muffled • Channel separation – good use is made of clear left right channels. Very good instrument separation • Channel balance – very good a well defined mix with excellent instrument placement • Sound Stage – very wide but not particularly deep • Distortion – non audible • Compression – reasonable frequency range but sounds a little “soft”in the lower registers and is a little “all one level” • Atmosphere – very good but there is heavy use of reverb on some tracks which helps create some atmosphere. Very much a studio sounding album. The clarity and tones , particularly of the acoustic guitars are pure, detailed and excellent • Bass – low frequencies – the drums sound soft and soggy lacking real punch. The spreading of the drum kit between the channels feels and sounds very dated. The drums are very clear but just lack punch and the cymbals have little shimmer. There are times when it sounds as if the bass guitar has been left out of the mix being bought back for a guest appearance. In general the quality of the bass sound is patchy. On some tracks it starts strongly but gets lost as the vocals and guitars come on stream. • Treble – high frequencies – the strongest element of this recording are the guitars and piano. The acoustic guitar is excellent as is the ring and purity of the lead guitar. The cymbals and snare drum have no edge or ring. Hand lack crispness and clarity. • Vocals – on the whole very good but can sound a little muffled on some tracks or perhaps the range is lacking. As a general rule of thumb recordings from the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s are nearly always better on the original vinyl. Remasters often fail to please as it’s just not possible to make a silk purse from a sows ear, i.e. the original recording lacks the necessary detail to be processed digitally and show an audible improvement. Indeed such processing can make the sound worse. Modern recordings which have been processed digitally from start to finish can be as good as vinyl. CD’s are often unfairly criticised for being poor quality. This is not the case, it is the original recording or the process which is to blame. Modern “remasters” can both enhance and degrade a recording. The statement GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out) is the limiting factor. Ignore this at your cost.
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Derek Clacton
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Communique - communication breakdown?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 11, 2020
Dire Straits'' debut was a hard act to follow.  The approach taken was much the same - even down to the album artwork - but unfortunately the result was much less satisfying.  Whereas I love every track on ''Dire Straits'', there are just a couple I (quite) like on...See more
Dire Straits'' debut was a hard act to follow.  The approach taken was much the same - even down to the album artwork - but unfortunately the result was much less satisfying.  Whereas I love every track on ''Dire Straits'', there are just a couple I (quite) like on ''Communique'' - "Once Upon A Time In The West" - which opens proceedings promisingly with it''s cool reggae beat and the LP side 2''s upbeat opener "Lady Writer", which was a minor hit single.  But "Where Do You Think You''re Going?" turned out to be a question posed by the music press at the time.  Stung by the critics, Mark Knopfler (being a thoughtful ex-journalist himself) duly took account of their criticism and his response (''Making Movies'') couldn''t have worked out better for the band, which set course for stardom.  Sometimes the critics have a point.  "Angel Of Mercy", "Portobello Belle" and "Single-handed Sailor" are all pleasant enough numbers and I do give the disc a spin from time-to-time but my opinion of it hasn''t changed (and the debut album is one of my all-time favourites).  Some people really like it though - maybe have a listen on YouTube and see what you think - you might even love it.  
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Lost in Music
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Classic mellow Dire Straits
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 23, 2016
Recorded just 8 months after Dire Straits'' debut album, while selling well on release, it was criticised in some reviews for being too similar in tone. True, it is similar, but, for me, that is a plus point. This is the classic, laid-back Dire Straits sound before the group...See more
Recorded just 8 months after Dire Straits'' debut album, while selling well on release, it was criticised in some reviews for being too similar in tone. True, it is similar, but, for me, that is a plus point. This is the classic, laid-back Dire Straits sound before the group moved to AOR/FM rock in the early 1980s with Love over Gold and Brothers in Arms. The album''s production by Jerry Wexler and Barry Beckett of Muscle Shoals fame - and who worked with Dylan and Knopfler on Slow Train Coming in 1979 - is superb. There are no weak tracks on the album and three tracks - ''Once upon a time in the West'', ''Where do you think you''re going?'' and ''Lady writer'' - are Dire Straits classics in the vein of ''Sultans of Swing'' and ''Down to the Waterline''. The album marks a progression from the debut in that it does not have songs that are strongly derivative of J.J. Cale. Instead, Knopfler and the band stamp their identity throughout. While there is not an out and out classic track like ''Sultans of Swing'', overall I find this to be a stronger album than their debut. It is highly recommended if you like mellow Dire Straits/Knopfler rather than the rockier/poppier sounds of Brother in Arms and Making Movies.
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R. L. Henderson
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Dire Straits - Communique
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 6, 2018
Dire Straits 2nd album - After the first album eventually came to the attention of the public, it became very successful. What could they do next? Communique is a very creditable effort featuring strong melodies and excellent playing by the band and by Mark Knopfler. If you...See more
Dire Straits 2nd album - After the first album eventually came to the attention of the public, it became very successful. What could they do next? Communique is a very creditable effort featuring strong melodies and excellent playing by the band and by Mark Knopfler. If you wanted further proof that it was a good album, it includes several songs that would eventually make it onto the greatest hits album. So there were are. Money well spent
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