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|Studio album by Devil Doll|
|Released||May 1, 1990|
|Recorded||December 1989 – January 1990 at Tivoli Studios in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia (now Slovenia)|
|Label||Hurdy Gurdy Records|
|Producer||Mr. Doctor and Roberto Dani|
|Devil Doll chronology|
In 1989, Mr. Doctor began the work on two compositions, The Black Holes of My Mind, a 45 minute composition incorporating esoteric quotations and subliminal messages; and Eliogabalus, a 60 minute composition inspired by Antonin Artaud's book "Heliogabalus: Or, The Crowned Anarchist".
In December Devil Doll entered Tivoli Studios with Jurij Toni to record a new album. Hurdy Gurdy's budget limitations forced Mr. Doctor to cut down the two former compositions, in order to include both on a single vinyl release.
Eliogabalus was released in 1990, the shortened version of The Black Holes of My Mind was renamed "Mr. Doctor" for this release, while "Eliogabalus" retained its name.
Lyrics by Mr. Doctor, music by Mr. Doctor and Edoardo Beato, arranged by Mr. Doctor and Devil Doll.
- "Mr. Doctor" - 20:13
- "Eliogabalus" - 24:41
- Mr. Doctor - vocals, organ, celesta, accordion
- Edoardo Beato - piano, keyboards
- Albert Dorigo - guitar
- Bor Zuljan - guitar (on "Mr. Doctor")
- Rick Bosco - bass
- Katia Giubbilei - violin
- Roberto Dani - drums, percussion
- Jurij Toni - tuba (on "Eliogabalus")
- Paolo Zizich - backing vocals and duet "The Mirror" with Mr. Doctor)
- The "Devil Chorus" conducted by Marian Bunic and formed by:
- Marian Bunic
- Breda Bunic
- Polona Sever
- Beti Roblek
- Helena Pancur
- Gregor Oblak
- Jure Strencan
- Borut Usenik
- Valentina Blazinsek
- Mr. Doctor