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Brewers Droop


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Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom (1971 – 1973)

Brewers Droop (a reference to a slang expression for erectile dysfunction brought on by heavy drinking) was a short-lived southern English rock/blues band best known for member Mark Knopfler, who later shot to fame as a member of Dire Straits. They were formed in Buckinghamshire and released two albums and a 7” between 1971 and 1973.

Knopfler split his time between teaching part-time, and playing with the band. Later, the Dire Straits song “Industrial Disease” mentions a malady (alongside smoker’s cough) which shares its name with the band.


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