The debut album from Grizzly Bear repressed on cloudy clear vinyl for its 15 year anniversary. Before they were sound tracking Superbowl ads, headlining festivals, making TV appearances and opening for Radiohead, Ed Droste started Grizzly Bear as a pet project meant only for friends. 15 years ago, Horn of Plenty, created largely in his Brooklyn apartment laid the groundwork for this first album release. Hooking up with multi-instrumentalist Chris Bear, Horn of Plenty was released by the new, upstart Brooklyn label Kanine Records in 2004. One year later, Horn of Plenty was rereleased with a bonus remix album, which is included in the download card of this release. The rest of Grizzly Bear’s rise is history.