Put simply, Metamorphestra didn't "officially" exist until long after TANTAMOUNT was recorded. At the time that TANTAMOUNT was recorded, the orchestra didn't have an identity, because I ran the previous Kickstarter under my own name and similarly released the album as an album of orchestral arrangements of Nick Proch. In fairness to my players who agreed to record for me for the first album (and weren't agreeing at the time to be a part of a group called "Metamorphestra," since it didn't exist under that name at the time), I've tried to avoid referring to the arrangements posted on YouTube thus far as being recorded by Metamorphestra, because I don't like the idea of retroactively signing up my musicians to be part of a named, identified group they were a part of two years prior without having had their agreement to do so at the time.
A lot of the nice articles written so far about the videos posted have been confused about this, but it's not a big issue. THE SHIP OF THESEUS is simply the debut album under the Metamorphestra name. TANTAMOUNT was recorded with essentially the same group of musicians, but it was only released under my own name.
Some things are best left a mystery. :) I have a completed track list in my mind, and the arrangements are written in their entirety already, for the most part, but I would rather keep the full track list a semi-secret for now. For that reason, though, I'm giving the $10 incentive option as downloading ten tracks in total, with the option of taking tracks from both TANTAMOUNT and THE SHIP OF THESEUS. It's hard to please everyone's musical tastes, but my hope is that I might also expose a few ears to new songs that they'll be interested in seeking out the originals of. The songs being covered span a rather eclectic set of genres. Someday I would really like to be able to do more narrowly focused albums (especially reading comments indicating how many people would love to see an album of just Tool arrangements), but that's a bit further down the line.
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