Illusions on a Double Dimple

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Illusions on a Double Dimple
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Studio album by Triumvirat
Released 1974
Recorded EMI-Electrola Studios, Cologne
June–October 1973
Genre Progressive rock
Length 44:21
Label Harvest
Producer Jürgen Fritz
Triumvirat chronology
Mediterranean Tales
(1972)
Illusions on a Double Dimple
(1974)
Spartacus
(1975)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Illusions on a Double Dimple is the second album by the German progrock group Triumvirat. It was a breakthrough for the band, which started to open shows in a U.S tour for Fleetwood Mac. Triumvirat played the album in its entirely, and the tour resulted in increased popularity for the band in a number of countries. Triumvirat's popularity increased with their next release, Spartacus.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Illusions on a Double Dimple" – 23:25
    • "Flashback" (Fritz, Bathelt) – 0:57
    • "Schooldays" (Fritz, Bathelt) – 3:22
    • "Triangle" (Fritz) – 6:53
    • "Illusions" (Fritz, Bathelt) – 1:42
    • "Dimplicity" (Fritz, Bathelt) – 5:37
    • "Last dance" (Fritz) – 4:53
  2. "Mister Ten Percent" – 21:33
    • "Maze" (Fritz) – 3:03
    • "Dawning" (Fritz) – 1:02
    • "Bad Deal" (Fritz, Bathelt) – 1:40
    • "Roundabout" (Fritz) – 5:49
    • "Lucky Girl" (Köllen, Bathelt) – 5:14
    • "Million Dollars" (Fritz, Bathelt) – 4:42

Bonus Tracks (released together as a single):

  1. "Dancer's Delight" – 3:32
  2. "Timothy" – 4:08
  3. "Dimplicity (edit)" – 3:15
  4. "Million Dollars (edit)" – 2:35

Personnel[edit]

  • Jürgen Fritz – Hammond organ, Moog synthesizer, electric piano, Steinway grand piano, vocals, producer, arranger
  • Helmut Köllen – bass, acoustic & electric guitars, vocals
  • Hans Bathelt – drums, percussions, words & lyrics

Session musicians[edit]

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