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Erasure's fifth studio album, "Chorus" became Andy Bell and Vince Clarke third consecutive number-one album in the UK and includes four top-twenty hits. The album also made the 1992 Mercury Prize shortlist. Produced by Martyn Phillips and mixed by Dave Bascombe at Chateau Du Pape, the use of MIDI was avoided completely, using primarily analog synthesizers and the Roland MC-4 CV/gate sequencer. Chorus was also released as a limited-edition CD in special packaging, including images from Clarke and Bell's… read more



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  • Avatar for The8Wonder
    Erasure's 5th and last decent studio album. Despite having 3 outstanding tracks (Chorus, Breath of Life, Siren Song), it was their weakest to this point - in fact, 'Always' (7" Mix, 1994), was the last good song they wrote beyond this point. Erasure's best albums: 1. The Innocents; 2. Wild; 3. The Circus; 4. Wonderland; 5. The Two Ring Circus; 6. Chorus ...All subsequent albums were either poor or had no outstanding songs on them (apart from the song, 'Always').
  • Avatar for mikael-o
    An absolute classic. One of my all time top 10 albums by anyone. TIme for a remastered version!
  • Avatar for cjlines
    Perfect record. Bought it when it came out. Still listen to it and love every second now.
  • Avatar for Vallaor
    Great from start to finish. Erasure are truly Masters of Pop!
  • Avatar for hitbyambulance
    one of my all-time favorite albums by anyone ever
  • Avatar for themartialarts
    First album on CD I ever bought
  • Avatar for Michahh
    Breath of life - Am I right - Love to hate you - Turns the love to anger <3
  • Avatar for hitbyambulance
    still my favorite Erasure album
  • Avatar for itsmeted
    After 17 years I have decided this album is a classic: good thing nobody was holding their breath. Then again, it was not a snap decision, eh?
  • Avatar for A1WEND1L
    I love Siren Song.

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