Butterfly Caught is the second release from the acclaimed album 100th Window. It's one of the darker tracks from the album, and the question has to be asked "Why release this as a single?"
It's a slow-paced piece with robotic almost Suicide drums, and strings slurred and blurred to become mystical and eastern. The lyrics and Robert Del Naja's vocal style are intensely poetic, and there's some great instrumentation - the Spanish sounding guitar in the "chorus" and the almost 3D hi-hat.
But what made Del Naja think this intelligent but far from hummable track was single release material? It's like putting T.S. Eliot's Wasteland on Poetry Please - this is art material, not chart material.