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Cruxifed was originally a U-N-I song that Tig and I wrote. As U-N-I changed it's sound from Synthpop to Industrial / EBM during the late 1990's, Cruxified no longer fit in and was never released on an
album. The original version was recorded and appeared on the Cat Scan 1.0 Compilation released by the Control Alt Delete (C-A-D) network.
I always kept going back to this song, because I always believed it was very powerful. The original version generated massive club and radio play in the mid 90's and what better than to finally make it
what it should have always been.
Cruxified fit in perfectly on our third album - The Consequence, and was reworked and recorded in what I believe is it's finest form ever.
A video for Cruxified will appear on our upcoming DVD titled Visionary.
Breye K. / Provision
You’re understanding to visualize, there’s so many things to feel; to realize. Renowned in confusion of life, the twisted circle vortex of your mind. Then it all turns back now, and sands of time stand still.
Turning back. And so you’ve lost the feeling of love, and you leave and you're gone. Cover me in.
I thought I’d never cry, as I opened up my eyes.
When you ran away from me. You cruxified your image in my heart. Eternally. In me. You’ll see.
Endless days pass by in the shadows, doubt bitter loneliness. Please don’t cry. These dried on tears, they won’t fall anymore.
Yet I feel this soreness in my mind, in these veins;
in this blood like a war. So I’ve grown weak.
I can’t eat. I can’t sleep. I can’t think.
This has gone to far, to return.
Engrave your stain, I will not lie. Give me your pain, cry. You leave me cruxified.
from The Consequence,
released March 11, 2006
Composed in the winter of 1995
by Breye 7x & Tig Benet
Reworked from 2003 to 2005 by Provision
*Originally performed by: U-N-I*
Live Jupiter 8 Pads performed by Breye 7x
Recorded and Produced at Red Square Digital by
Breye 7x & Jen Foxx.
Mastered by Brian Hazard at Resonance Mastering.