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Innocence was the first song that Leslie Hyman
and I ever wrote together.

After moving back from Chicago in the summer of 1999, Leslie joined my industrial / EBM band U-N-I as our new lead keyboardist; and when we first wrote it,
Innocence was probably meant to be a U-N-I song.

Much like "Inertia" though, Innocence took on a sound and style of it's own; and didn't
make the cut for the U-N-I album Korruption.

Since Leslie convinced me to start Provision with her, it only seemed fitting that we title our first official release after the first song we ever wrote together.

The Innocence E.P. featured the first 5 songs
we'd recorded towards our debut, and the exclusive B-Side - "Innocence".

The Innocence E.P. was limited to 100 copies, and sold out in less than 2 months. It still remains as one of Provision's most sought after releases. Feel free to check Ebay and the internet for a physical copy.

Innocence was only performed live by Alex, Leslie, Kelly and I. And only during the Liberation Winter Tour 2002, and on the Evaporate U.S. and Devotional Tours in 2003.

Breye K. / Provision

-Synths and Drum Machines used on Innocence-
Roland R8, Sequential Circuits Prophet 5, Korg Monopoly, Oberheim OBXa, Yamaha SY-85, Minimoog, Arp Solina, Yamaha Cs1x, Yamaha Cs2x



That cold familiar feel of rejection.
A loss of innocence, and perfection.
Something inside. Bringing me down.
My deepest fear is what you’ve found.

It is not our fault. The world is falling apart.
Here before my eyes. The planet dies.


from Innocence, released March 29, 2002
Musik & Lyrics 8-10-99
By: Leslie Hyman & Breye Kiser for Provision Musik

Recorded and Produced at Red Square Digital
by Breye Kiser & Leslie Hyman
Mastered by Breye 7x at Red Square Digital



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Provision Houston, Texas

Provision is an Electronic Duo, from Houston, Texas.

In drawing comparisons to Code 64, Red Flag, Seabound, Camouflage, Imperative Reaction, Anything Box, Information Society, & New Order, just to name a few; Breye 7x began using the term “Darkpop” to describe Provision’s unique style of Edgy Synthpop, Futurepop, Synthwave, and Electronic Dance.

Provision is Breye ‘7x’ Kiser & Ian Sol Kiser.
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