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The interpreter the interpreter is My Soliloquy's first full length debut album. Recording began on 24th May 2010 and continued over a period of approximately two years and was completed on 1st October 2012. Rob Aubrey at Aubitt Studios in Southampton, U.K. - famous for his work with Marillion - produced and engineered the album. 
As with Esoterica, Pete took on the responsibility of writing and playing everything, save for the drums. Damon Roots was recruited again for the debut. Pete began the long process of writing five new songs, completely reworking older material and creating new artwork. Older songs were included due to Pete still believing in the strength of that material, thus, wanted to release them again, but with proper label backing. Of the five new songs written, only four made the final cut. The song Born Free, written for the animal charity of the same name, was dropped. the rest is history While two years is a long time to make an album, it has to be noted that there were many significant reasons for this. Pete experienced great upheavals in his personal life in 2008, to say nothing of his busy touring schedule, in his new found role as second guitarist with Threshold. At this stage he was pretty much a one man band. Making an album is a huge project, even for a full band, so for one man, to take on that work load, alone, was a great undertaking. He also works as a freelance graphic designer. Making records is 
also expensive, and without a guaranteed regular income, saving 
the finances needed, took time. In point of fact, the album wouldn’t 
have been completed at all, had it not been for a generous donation from his beloved Grandma. Change of name Since 2002, other bands had cropped up either using the name Soliloquy, or a variation there of. With an official debut album, on the way, Pete took the decision to augment the name slightly to My Soliloquy, so as not to be confused with other, less established bands. The logo had to be redesigned slightly to accommodate this change. The album has been very well received by the music press worldwide. the average score being 4/5 or 8/10. Some fans even rated the album as an instant classic. muscians Pete Morten Vocals Guitars Keyboards
Bass Guitars Damon Roots Drums/Percussion track listing Ascension Pending Flash Point Corrosive De-emphasis Fractured Six Second Grace Inner Circles Dream In Extremis Star Bonus Items N/A release details Sensory Records Released U.S.A. 29/1/2013 
R.O.W. 18/2/2013 1500 units pressed. Status: In Stock Recording and production cost: £4'682.00
2013
Artwork Gallery COMING SOON
The interpreter
2013
Artwork Gallery COMING SOON
the interpreter is My Soliloquy's first full length debut album. Recording began on 24th May 2010 and continued over a period of approximately two years and was completed on 1st October 2012. Rob Aubrey at Aubitt Studios in Southampton, U.K. - famous for his work with Marillion - produced and engineered the album. As with Esoterica, Pete took on the responsibility of writing and playing everything, save for the drums. Damon Roots was recruited again for the debut. Pete began the long process of writing five new songs, completely reworking older material and creating new artwork. Older songs were included due to Pete still believing in the strength of that material, thus, wanted to release them again, but with proper label backing. Of the five new songs written, only four made the final cut. The song Born Free, written for the animal charity of the same name, was dropped. the rest is history While two years is a long time to make an album, it has to be noted that there were many significant reasons for this. Pete experienced great upheavals in his personal life in 2008, to say nothing of his busy touring schedule, in his new found role as second guitarist with Threshold. At this stage he was pretty much a one man band. Making an album is a huge project, even for a full band, so for one man, to take on that work load, alone, was a great undertaking. He also works as a freelance graphic designer. Making records is 
also expensive, and without a guaranteed regular income, saving 
the finances needed, took time. In point of fact, the album wouldn’t have been completed at all, had it not been for a generous donation from his beloved Grandma. Change of name Since 2002, other bands had cropped up either using the name Soliloquy, or a variation there of. With an official debut album, on the way, Pete took the decision to augment the name slightly to My Soliloquy, so as not to be confused with other, less established bands. The logo had to be redesigned slightly to accommodate this change. The album has been very well received by the music press worldwide. the average score being 4/5 or 8/10. Some fans even rated the album as an instant classic. muscians Pete Morten Vocals Guitars Keyboards
Bass Guitars Damon Roots Drums/Percussion track listing Ascension Pending Flash Point Corrosive De-emphasis Fractured Six Second Grace Inner Circles Dream In Extremis Star Bonus Items N/A release details Sensory Records Released U.S.A. 29/1/2013 
R.O.W. 18/2/2013 1500 units pressed. Status: In Stock Recording and production cost: £4'682.00
The interpreter
2013
Artwork Gallery COMING SOON
the interpreter is My Soliloquy's first full length debut album. Recording began on 24th May 2010 and continued over a period of approximately two years and was completed on 1st October 2012. Rob Aubrey at Aubitt Studios in Southampton, U.K. - famous for his work with Marillion - produced and engineered the album. As with Esoterica, Pete took on the responsibility of writing and playing everything, save for the drums. Damon Roots was recruited again for the debut. Pete began the long process of writing five new songs, completely reworking older material and creating new artwork. Older songs were included due to Pete still believing in the strength of that material, thus, wanted to release them again, but with proper label backing. Of the five new songs written, only four made the final cut. The song Born Free, written for the animal charity of the same name, was dropped. the rest is history While two years is a long time to make an album, it has to be noted that there were many significant reasons for this. Pete experienced great upheavals in his personal life in 2008, to say nothing of his busy touring schedule, in his new found role as second guitarist with Threshold. At this stage he was pretty much a one man band. Making an album is a huge project, even for a full band, so for one man, to take on that work load, alone, was a great undertaking. He also works as a freelance graphic designer. Making records is also expensive, and without a guaranteed regular income, saving the finances needed, took time. In point of fact, the album wouldn’t have been completed at all, had it not been for a generous donation from his beloved Grandma. Change of name Since 2002, other bands had cropped up either using the name Soliloquy, or a variation there of. With an official debut album, on the way, Pete took the decision to augment the name slightly to My Soliloquy, so as not to be confused with other, less established bands. The logo had to be redesigned slightly to accommodate this change. The album has been very well received by the music press worldwide. the average score being 4/5 or 8/10. Some fans even rated the album as an instant classic. muscians Pete Morten Vocals Guitars Keyboards
Bass Guitars Damon Roots Drums/Percussion track listing Ascension Pending Flash Point Corrosive De-emphasis Fractured Six Second Grace Inner Circles Dream In Extremis Star Bonus Items N/A release details Sensory Records Released U.S.A. 29/1/2013 
R.O.W. 18/2/2013 1500 units pressed. Status: In Stock Recording and production cost: £4'682.00