The concept behind Caterpillar/Butterfly is loose, but basically Caterpillar is more laid-back, organic, reflective, and less produced, whereas Butterfly tends to be more upbeat, poppy, and full. Each CD runs for about 30mins, which Mannion attributes to his short attention span, and the fact that the records he enjoys most hail from an era when that length was standard. While Caterpillar/Butterfly is primarily Mannion's baby, there was a fair bit of collaboration. Li-Ming Hu shares a few writing credits, while many other members of their previous band, Polaar, had something to contribute...
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