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Visualize was the 2nd song that I wrote for Jen, within the first month that we were dating. Neverending was the first.
The lyrics are directly symbolic of us, and what I wanted to say to her.

I had no clue at the time, but as the songs for our 2nd album began to take shape; they were written about how I saw my own life experiences as well as the lives of others. In this aspect, "Visualize"
became the perfect title for what would be the 2nd chapter in the story of Provision.

To this day, Visualize continues to be one of our most popular songs among DJ's and fans alike. We have performed it in almost every set of every Provision show, since the Evaporate U.S. Tour began in San
Antonio where it was world premiered on March 8th 2003.

We shot a music video with talented photographer Ismael Lerma for Visualize, which is available on You Tube.

The video for Visualize will appear on our DVD titled Visionary.

Breye K. / Provision


-Synths & Drum Machines used on Visualize-
Roland R-8, Casio CZ-101, Arp Solina, Emu Procussion,
Sequential Circuits Prophet VS, Oberheim Matrix-6, Yamaha Cs1x, Yamaha Cs2x

lyrics

Visualize

I lived with the pain of deception, but emotions in me
had to make things right.
In searching for an answer. I found my destiny.
And generated a whole new life.
Guilty as charged, I am yours for the taking.
Yet we agreed to take things slow.
We found ourselves, ignoring our own advice.
With circumstances beyond our control.

Visualize. Imagine what I’m feeling.
At last we are revealing. My heart's no longer aching.
Visualize. Love and understanding.
Life is so demanding. All I need is patience.

credits

from Visualize (Limited Edition), released September 3, 2004
Musik & Lyrics 9-10-02 *For Jen*
By: Breye Kiser for Provision Musik

Recorded and Produced at Red Square Digital
by Breye Kiser & Carlos Covarrubias.
Mastered by Brian Hazard at Resonance Mastering.

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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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