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Mnemonists: Horde

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The Mnemonists are a group of composers and musicians who hail from Fort Collins, Colorado. “Horde” was originally released on their own DYS label in 1981 and re-released by the adventurous ReR label in 1985, presumably on LP. The Mnemonists eventually became “Biota” and as the press kit states “The Mnemonists name was retained by the visual part of the group, and they continue to collaborate”. In fact, the CD artwork for Biota’s “Object Holder” and others are credited to ...