Are You Building a Temple in Heaven?

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All Music Guide - Erik Hage
Butterglory had the misfortune to emerge at the same time and originally, at least from roughly the same geographical region as Pavement Vidalia, CA. This is a case of two groups developing independently, and of their own accord, along the same lines. Unfortunately for Butterglory, the more famous Pavement has become a touchstone for indie rock comparisons. Even more unfortunately, it's hard to get over the fact that Butterglory sounds uncannily like Pavement -- no matter how much one would like to appreciate the group on its own terms. Nowhere is this more apparent than on Are You Building a Temple in Heaven?. Matt Suggs' slackerish vocals even sound remarkably like ...
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All Music Guide - Erik Hage
Butterglory had the misfortune to emerge at the same time and originally, at least from roughly the same geographical region as Pavement Vidalia, CA. This is a case of two groups developing independently, and of their own accord, along the same lines. Unfortunately for Butterglory, the more famous Pavement has become a touchstone for indie rock comparisons. Even more unfortunately, it's hard to get over the fact that Butterglory sounds uncannily like Pavement -- no matter how much one would like to appreciate the group on its own terms. Nowhere is this more apparent than on Are You Building a Temple in Heaven?. Matt Suggs' slackerish vocals even sound remarkably like Pavement's Stephen Malkmus, whether he be settling into the lazy, hazy groove of "The Halo Over Your Head" or rising coyly up into a shaky falsetto on the bouncy, pretty "She's Got the Akshun." That having been said, Butterglory writes top-notch, sloppy pop gems, and often outdo Pavement at their own game. As such this album, is better than such mediocre Pavement albums as Terror Twilight.
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  • Release Date: 2/20/1996
  • Label: Merge Records
  • UPC: 036172939824
  • Catalog Number: 98

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Performance Credits
Butterglory Primary Artist
David Trumfio Organ, Bass, Percussion, Piano, Electric Piano, Background Vocals
Mike Hagler Organ, Piano
Deanna Varagona Cello, Saxophone
Matt Suggs Guitar, Vocals
Jonathan Marx Clarinet, Trumpet
Technical Credits
Butterglory Composer, Producer
David Trumfio Producer, Engineer
Mike Hagler Producer, Engineer
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