Indie The Best Grizzly Bear Albums, Ranked  

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We're ranking the best Grizzly Bear albums of all time. One of the best indie rock bands, Grizzly Bear's discography features several popular songs, like "Two Weeks" and "Yet Again." What is the greatest Grizzly Bear album ever?

From their debut album Horn of Plenty to their 2017 album Painted Ruins, this list of Grizzly Bear albums also includes Shields, Yellow House, and Veckatimest.

Vote up the best Grizzly Bear albums, and vote down the ones that were disappointing.

Veckatimest is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Grizzly Bear Albums, Ranked
Photo: Warp
1 6 VOTES

1. Southern Point
2. Two Weeks
3. All We Ask
4. Fine for Now
5. Cheerleader
6. Dory
7. Ready, Able
8. About Face
9. Hold Still
10. While You Wait for the Others
11. I Live with You
12. Foreground

Pitchfork score: 9.0
 

Release Date: 2009

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Painted Ruins is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Best Grizzly Bear Albums, Ranked
Photo: RCA
2 6 VOTES

1. Wasted Acres
2. Mourning Sound
3. Four Cypresses
4. Three Rings
5. Losing All Sense
6. Aquarian
7. Cut-Out
8. Glass Hillside
9. Neighbors
10. Systole
11. Sky Took Hold

Pitchfork score: 7.3
 

Release Date: 2017

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Shields is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Grizzly Bear Albums, Ranked
Photo: Warp
3 6 VOTES

1. Sleeping Ute
2. Speak in Rounds
3. Adelma
4. Yet Again
5. The Hunt
6. A Simple Answer
7. What's Wrong?
8. Gun-Shy
9. Half Gate
10. Sun in Your Eyes

Pitchfork score: 9.1
 

Release Date: 2012

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Horn of Plenty is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Best Grizzly Bear Albums, Ranked
Photo: Kanine
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1. Deep Sea Diver
2. Don't Ask
3. Alligator
4. Campfire
5. Shift
6. Disappearing Act
7. Fix It
8. Merge
9. A Good Place
10. Showcase
11. La Duchess Anne
12. Eavesdropping
13. Service Bell
14. This Song

Pitchfork score: 7.7
 

Release Date: 2004

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