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The name Perversions of Conventional Warfare came from a discussion with Alex Virlios, and the story behind the song was written for my friend Gary
Driscoll (DJ 10.29) about his relationship with a girl who I believe he was very much in love with.
For many years I had always looked at dating the same way I look at war (or warfare) in a sense, it is like going into battle. You get ready (suited up)
and you go out in the world, which is very much like a battlefield.
You spend your energy trying to win the heart and affections of another, just like you would fight for victory in a war.
Perversions of Conventional Warfare was released on Section 44 records as a Dual Single with the song Ideal, and got the remix treatment by Rename,
CTRL, People Theatre, System Syn, Backandtotheleft, Blind Faith & Envy, Null Device, and Unitcode:Machine
Breye K. / Provision
Perversions of Conventional Warfare
And somehow you thought this affair,
was going to make sense.
But you don’t know who you’re playing with.
Knowing what it’s like to be on the inside, realizing the deception you hide.
But if anything, I’m just along for the ride.
Now we’ll see how you operate, when my guard is down.
I think it’s ironic. Somehow your cheating’s erotic.
You encounter a sense of possession, with a taste of sin in the air. You don’t seem to care, when the alcohol fuels your aggression.
This is not what you think, so let’s have another drink.
These are, Perversions of conventional warfare.
A love within reprimand, I can’t even understand.
Your lies aren’t even believable.
My existence denies these feelings, will disintegrate in meaning. We were not possible.
Trying to remember everything.
Begins to distort my thinking.
Anything special means nothing to you.
So we simply rely on a substance, then deny that we know responsibility.
How we reached this level, is indescribable.
from The Consequence,
released March 11, 2006
Music and Lyrics: 11-14-2005 *For Gary*
By: Breye 7x for Provision Musik
Live Virus C Leads by Jen Foxx
Recorded and Produced at Red Square Digital
by Breye 7x & Jen Foxx
Mastered by Brian Hazard at Resonance Mastering.