I'm Seeking Something That Has Already Found Me

I'm Seeking Something That Has Already Found Me is the debut album of Ozark Henry. The album was praised by David Bowie in an interview as "debut of the year",[1] but it failed to chart and sold poorly.[citation needed]

I'm Seeking Something That Has Already Found Me
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Studio album by
Ozark Henry
Released1996
RecordedDecember 1995 – January 1996
Genre
Length54:54
LabelDouble T Music
ProducerDan Lacksman
Ozark Henry chronology
I'm Seeking Something That Has Already Found Me
(1996)
This Last Warm Solitude
(1998)

Track listEdit

All songs written by Piet Goddaer.

  1. "Rosamund is Dead" - 5:33
  2. "Dogs and Dogmen" - 5:38
  3. "Black" - 4:55
  4. "Man on Roof" - 4:43
  5. "Great" - 4:15
  6. "Hope Is a Dope" - 4:21
  7. "This Specific Cacophony" -3:30
  8. "I Ray" - 4:12
  9. "Autumn Illustrates This" - 5:32
  10. "Self-Portrait Squatted" - 3:10
  11. "I'm Seeking Something That Has Already Found Me" - 3:02
  12. "In Camera" - 5:55

PersonnelEdit

  • Piet Goddaer: voices, vocals, keyboards, organ, Rhodes, programming, drum-tapes, bass, lead guitar on "Man on Roof"
  • Filip Tanghe: acoustic drums, guitars, guitar sound programming

ReferencesEdit