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Illusions on a Double Dimple

Illusions on a Double Dimple
Released 1974
Recorded EMI-Electrola Studios, Cologne
June-October 1973
Genre Progressive rock
Length 44:21
Label Harvest
Producer Jürgen Fritz
Triumvirat chronology

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Illusions on a Double Dimple is an album by the German progrock group Triumvirat. It was a breakthrough for the band, that started to open shows in a U.S tour for Fleetwood Mac playing it entirely, and made the band more popular in some countries. This popularity would be increased on their next release, Spartacus.

Track listing

  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


  • Jürgen Fritz - Hammond organ, Moog synthesizer, electric piano, Steinway grand piano, vocals, producer, arranger
  • Hans Bathelt - drums, percussion
  • Helmut Köllen - bass, acoustic & electric guitars, vocals
  • Hans Pape - vocals, bass (on most parts of "Illusions On A Double Dimple")
  • The Cologne Opera House Orchestra - orchestra
  • Kurt Edelhagen Brass Section - brass
  • Brigitte Thomas, Hanna Dölitzsch, Ulla Wiesner - backing vocals


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