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Timeless 50 Year Edition Digital Album

ZOLAR X

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Fifty Earth years ago: In 1972 we pointed our hair giving birth to our Space Age Love. Spacesuits, Space boots, colored hair and Antenna traveling the streets of Hollywood. We wrote songs in Laurel Canyon by day and partied with Earth girls by night. We’ve remastered Timeless with the full length version of The Plutonian Elf Story and added some

Fifty Earth years ago: In 1972 we pointed our hair giving birth to our Space Age Love. Spacesuits, Space boots, colored hair and Antenna traveling the streets of Hollywood. We wrote songs in Laurel Canyon by day and partied with Earth girls by night. We’ve remastered Timeless with the full length version of The Plutonian Elf Story and added some vintage material from cassettes for a peek inside the World of Zolar X.

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X Marks the Spot (Remastered) Digital Album

ZOLAR X

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We’ve remastered the tracks and added 21 bonus images not found anywhere else on the planet.

The songs on X Marks the Spot were written after a 17-year void of composing. Zory Zenith, my co-writer, was in prison on a ten-year stretch. Thinking my well had run dry, I was amazed in 2003 when I wrote Astro Tots. After that, it seemed like every day I

We’ve remastered the tracks and added 21 bonus images not found anywhere else on the planet.

The songs on X Marks the Spot were written after a 17-year void of composing. Zory Zenith, my co-writer, was in prison on a ten-year stretch. Thinking my well had run dry, I was amazed in 2003 when I wrote Astro Tots. After that, it seemed like every day I was composing the rest of the XMS songs and writing the lyrics like back in the day of the Horizon Suite. They feature Sci-fi Glam, Elfin Power Pop, a little dessert and even a vacation. The title song became so obvious it only took 30 years to realize X does mark the spot! Back in Hollywood captures the raw essence of proto punk with a metal edge. I’m Plugged In was originally written in 1976 called Bicentennial Rock. The lyrics for Saucers on Sunset came in a letter from Zory who had written them in prison.

Fast forward to today, it’s been 50 orbits since Zolar X landed on Earth. So fire up your Retro Rockets and come with us on a Hyper Space ride.

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X Marks the Spot (ATR)

ZOLAR X

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The songs on X Marks the Spot were written after a 17-year void of composing. Zory Zenith, my co-writer, was in prison on a ten-year stretch. Thinking my well had run dry, I was amazed in 2003 when I wrote Astro Tots. After that, it seemed like every day I was composing the rest of the XMS songs and writing the lyrics like back in the day of the

The songs on X Marks the Spot were written after a 17-year void of composing. Zory Zenith, my co-writer, was in prison on a ten-year stretch. Thinking my well had run dry, I was amazed in 2003 when I wrote Astro Tots. After that, it seemed like every day I was composing the rest of the XMS songs and writing the lyrics like back in the day of the Horizon Suite. They feature Sci-fi Glam, Elfin Power Pop, a little dessert and even a vacation. The title song became so obvious it only took 30 years to realize X does mark the spot! Back in Hollywood captures the raw essence of proto punk with a metal edge. I’m Plugged In was originally written in 1976 called Bicentennial Rock. The lyrics for Saucers on Sunset came in a letter from Zory who had written them in prison. So fire up your Retro Rockets and come with us on a Hyper Space ride. Ygarr Ygarrist of Zolar X

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00X: When Worlds Collide

ZOLAR X

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“There are chance meetings with strangers that interest us from the first moment, before a word is spoken.” - Fyodor Dostoevsky

Landing into the correct date of my recollection and I would have to think it's pretty accurate - it was October, 1977 and Zolar X had just finished a weekend at the Mabuhay Gardens in San Francisco. I’ve returned to

“There are chance meetings with strangers that interest us from the first moment, before a word is spoken.” - Fyodor Dostoevsky

Landing into the correct date of my recollection and I would have to think it's pretty accurate - it was October, 1977 and Zolar X had just finished a weekend at the Mabuhay Gardens in San Francisco. I’ve returned to L.A., 1055 La Jolla, across the street from The Starwood. While I was gone, Charlie our benefactor, had moved from Apt 3 downstairs to Apt 6 upstairs with the windows facing Santa Monica Blvd. During this time, I mean Zolar X is together and not together - we're just scattered. Where we lived, right at this point, it's kind of like I'm in L.A., Eon Flash is floating between L.A. and Northern California, Ufoian Ufar is with his girlfriend who's pregnant and Zory Zenith is living up North (Santa Clara) with his wife and their babies. As far as mentally what's happening, I’m tired of banging on the music industry’s doors and never getting signed! So I turned to booze - I drank every day.

Speaking of alcohol, you're waking up in the morning and you've got a lot of empties. So I gathered them up and took them down to the garbage dumpster. This is where I first meet Rock Bottom. I thought he was a punk rocker. He was cool, nice and visiting the girls in Apartment 2 downstairs. They called it the Plunger Pit. They had had a party the night before and he was doing the same thing as me-throwing away empties. We introduced ourselves. Chatting at the dumpster, I found out he was a musician and invited him up to my place. Later that day, he showed up with his friend Elias. Immediately we started talking and playing music on my acoustic guitars. Since my Hiwatt and my Les Paul were right there in the room, I decided to show off and turn it up! That's basically the attitude so I blasted out a few power chords and laser leads. Having gotten their attention I decided to play some Punk. I wasn’t serious about the songs, I was just making up ideas that were easy to play. It wasn't like I was writing the Horizon Suite! That night I made up at least 10 Punk musical ideas that went on to become No Good, Deathtrap, Rich Girl, 1055 La Jolla, I Don’t Like You and I’m No Surfer aka Slab Lab. They loved ‘em. So, we decided to form a band and I decided to move them in.

Zolar X now have a global footprint thanks to the powers that be in the cosmos…fans, the internet, and social media. The Spys have a much smaller footprint, but it is never-the-less a stamp that they were here. What some and maybe many do not know is that I was in both bands at the same time (‘77-81), going back and forth between the two. If you know this, then you can hear it – the influence of one affecting the other. Raidii and I have had many talks over zakoo (coffee) about getting more of the story out there about the Spys – and resurrecting the music. I am the only living member of the original Spys and since I co-wrote the songs with Rock Bottom, they’re still inside me. So, the idea of the album came about many months ago that since I was in both bands, why not put out an album with Zolar X on side A and The Spys on side B. Hence the vinyl project/picture disc, 00X: When Worlds Collide was born. Ygarr Ygarrist

Interesting side notes: Don Bolles on drums, Engineered by Paul Roessler, Mastered by Geza X, vocals Ygarr Ygarrist, Zory Zenith, Raidii X, Don Bolles, Paul Roessler, Richard Simpson (Rock Bottom’s brother). The digital download mp3s were remastered in 2022.

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Condition Chaos (Single)

ZOLAR X

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Remastered in 2022: Condition Chaos is a ballad for these times. It’s a cautionary, listen-and-take-notice-kind of message. The vocal harmonies were meant to be soothing, the lyrical content prophetic with the lead vocals having an edge of emotion by someone who knows, who’s been around the block. As a planet and people, we are on the verge of

Remastered in 2022: Condition Chaos is a ballad for these times. It’s a cautionary, listen-and-take-notice-kind of message. The vocal harmonies were meant to be soothing, the lyrical content prophetic with the lead vocals having an edge of emotion by someone who knows, who’s been around the block. As a planet and people, we are on the verge of apocalypse, always. Having a sixth sense about these things I work through osmosis. “I wrote Condition Chaos over ten years ago in Laurel Canyon and then last year we found ourselves on planet Earth in a strange place we hadn’t been in, in a century. We pulled the song out and got it ready to release.

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Dark World (Single)

ZOLAR X

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Remastered in 2022: This song was written about an American ideal collapsing. The political nature and the trajectory of the planet provided the opportunity to write about it. Grunge, mystery, and threads of dystopian futurism are laid as the foundation and the lyrics drive the message. A warning encased in the dissonant guitar tones and haunting

Remastered in 2022: This song was written about an American ideal collapsing. The political nature and the trajectory of the planet provided the opportunity to write about it. Grunge, mystery, and threads of dystopian futurism are laid as the foundation and the lyrics drive the message. A warning encased in the dissonant guitar tones and haunting harmonies is not easy to disregard. There’s no place to hide.

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Point of View (Single)

ZOLAR X

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Remastered in 2022: A point of view is subjective. It’s individual. It’s powerful. Written in 2009 in Laurel Canyon, it’s as potent and meaningful in today’s world as it was over a decade ago. This song is composed of opposites. Short, emotion-packed, polar thoughts that can give balance to everyday life. I mean “life, death, love, hate”; how can

Remastered in 2022: A point of view is subjective. It’s individual. It’s powerful. Written in 2009 in Laurel Canyon, it’s as potent and meaningful in today’s world as it was over a decade ago. This song is composed of opposites. Short, emotion-packed, polar thoughts that can give balance to everyday life. I mean “life, death, love, hate”; how can you have one without the other? I knew this was an aggressive riff, yet the phrasing needed to be simple. Packed with energy and at 160 BPM it gets the blood hot.

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Ultra Violent Vector (Single)

ZOLAR X

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Remastered in 2022: Ultra Violent Vector is a glimpse into a possible future for this planet, the Alpha and Omega of time. Warnings unheard, sites unseen about the apocalyptic nature of the human species. I’ve been writing about this stuff for decades and have tried to stop but my prophetic nature takes over. Science fiction can become science

Remastered in 2022: Ultra Violent Vector is a glimpse into a possible future for this planet, the Alpha and Omega of time. Warnings unheard, sites unseen about the apocalyptic nature of the human species. I’ve been writing about this stuff for decades and have tried to stop but my prophetic nature takes over. Science fiction can become science fact and like Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry figured it out-equality for all humans. The vocal intro will get you ready for blastoff.

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Zolar X Clear Vinyl Gatefold 45

ZOLAR X

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Space Age Love and Energize Me were recorded at Crystal Studios in Hollywood in 1974. We had 10 acetates pressed and sent them out to record companies with no response. We gave one to Rodney Bingenheimer and he spun it at the English Disco all the time. My acetate sat for years and when Zolar X reformed in 2004/2005, I decided to take it to a

Space Age Love and Energize Me were recorded at Crystal Studios in Hollywood in 1974. We had 10 acetates pressed and sent them out to record companies with no response. We gave one to Rodney Bingenheimer and he spun it at the English Disco all the time. My acetate sat for years and when Zolar X reformed in 2004/2005, I decided to take it to a digital studio to have it transferred. With a little help from my friends, Mike, Scottie, artist, Armando Norte and graphic artist, Stephen Banes, the package became stellar. A small, limited supply remain. 50 years later I still remember recording them. Keep reading to see a first-hand account, an excerpt from Out of This World: The Story of Zolar X. “It was cool,” I said. “But talked it over with the guys, and we were wondering if you could move the helium tank in here so we can take a big breath of that shit before singing the stanza. It should give us a spacey, elven, alien sound.” Fischbach liked our idea and wheeled in a large green tank. He said, “This is the valve to turn it on. Just put your lips on this tube and breathe in the gas. Take a couple of test runs and I’ll set the levels.” I turned the valve and the helium escaped in a long smooth hiss. We practiced our breathing a few times, giggling like school kids as we huffed the gas. Like a well-rehearsed alien quartet, we each took a big hit and held our breath until Fischbach told us to let it rip. With our high-pitched chemically enhanced voices, we sang “Why act prehistoric, don’t be so square!”

Engineered by John Fishback Vocals/Mechanical Mediator: Zory Zenith Space Bass: Zany Zatovian Pattern Time: Eon Flash Lazor Lead & Vocals: Ygarr Ygarrist Artwork by Armando "Etron" Norte Layout & Graphic art by Stephen "Vion Beemz" Banes

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Merch

Vintage Zolar X T-shirt
  • Vintage Zolar X T-shirt
  • Vintage Zolar X T-shirt
  • Vintage Zolar X T-shirt
  • Vintage Zolar X T-shirt

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Rodney Bingenheimer's English Disco was cool – one of “THE” places to hang out in Hollywood. We were there – live – 1974…what better pic to put on a t-shirt! Gildan/100% Cotton, short sleeved, black shirt with white screen printing.

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