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 MRI scans. Packages and promo images were designed by Me Company and photographed by Monica Curtin.