Horn of Plenty (The Remixes)

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Horn of Plenty (The Remixes)
Remix album by Grizzly Bear
Released 2005
Genre Indie folk, indie rock, psychedelic folk, folk rock
Length 66:68
Label Kanine Records
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Horn of Plenty (The Remixes) is a remix album by American indie rock band Grizzly Bear, released in 2005 on Kanine Records. The album features songs from the band's debut album, Horn of Plenty (2004).


Regarding the decision to release a remix version of the band's debut album, Horn of Plenty (2004), drummer Christopher Bear stated, "The remixes for Horn of Plenty started because Kanine was going to re-release the album with better distribution but need some sort of "bonus" to make it happen. It was kind of Ed's pet project. He basically just emailed a lot of people and luckily most of them were down to do it. Everyone was very gracious for participating. [...] It is a fun way to think about music."[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Campfire" (Efterklang Remix) – 4:04
  2. "Merge" (Dntel Remix) – 3:38
  3. "A Good Place" (The Soft Pink Truth's Blow By Blow Remix) – 4:51
  4. "Eavesdropping" (Simon Bookish Remix) – 4:48
  5. "Don't Ask" (Alpha Remix) – 4:41
  6. "Fix It" (Solex's Foxy Remix) – 2:54
  7. "Deep Sea Diver" (The Bomarr Monk Remix) – 3:09
  8. "Shift" (Son Remix) – 2:48
  9. "Showcase" (Phiiliip's Overflowing Trophy Case Remix) – 4:43
  10. "La Duchess Anne" (Safety Scissors Extra Towels Remix) – 5:21
  11. "Service Bell" (Black Moustache Remix) – 3:37
  12. "This Song" (Dr. Cuerpo of The Double Remix) – 4:22
  13. "Disappearing Act" (Ariel Pink Remix) – 4:21
  14. "Campfire" (Hisham Bharoocha & Rusty Santos Remix) – 3:29
  15. "Don't Ask" (Final Fantasy Remix) – 3:30
  16. "Shift" (Circlesquare Remix) – 6:59
  17. "Deep Sea Diver" (Castanets Remix) – 3:13


  1. ^ Litter, Nerd. "Chin up, cheer up: interview with Chris Bear of Grizzly Bear". nerdlitter.blogspot.co.uk. Retrieved 5 October 2012.