Metamorfoz (Metamorphosis) is the renowned Turkish pop singer Tarkan’s sixth Turkish language and seventh studio album, which was released on 25 December 2007 in Turkey. The album was published in Europe and Asia.
Seven of the songs were written by Tarkan, while three others are collaborations with composer Ozan Çolakoğlu. The style and genre of the album is a brand new style, according to the official website, that would surprise fans and critics alike.
The album evoked mixed reviews in the Turkish media, according to some journalists this is his worst album, while others think that these reviews are part of a negative campaign, aiming to discredit Tarkan. Despite the bad criticism he had received, Metamorfoz sold 300,000 copies in the first week of its release, which, according to the Turkish music industry, gaining diamond certification.
Metamorfoz was released in Europe on February 1, 2008, by Urban (Universal Records), in a few countries like Germany and Austria. The European release is an enhanced CD that includes the music video of Vay Anam Vay. In 2008 Tarkan remix album with Tiësto and other Turkish DJs and released Metamorfoz Remixes with 13 new remixes from the original album. Album was published in Europe, Asia, Japan, North America, South America, Australia.