Timeless by Zolar-X, released 04 October 2017 1. Recitation 2. Timeless 3. Science 4. Test Tube Baby 5. Rocket Roll 6. Mirrors 7. Jet Star 19 8. Space Age Love 9. Energize Me 10. The Horizon Suite: Overture On Air/Tomorrow's Sunrise/Inside The Outside/Sound Barrier 11. I Pulled My Helmet Off (I'm Going To Love Her) 12. NatiVity 13. What Is Music 14. MoonBeam 15. Blues On Blue 16. Fe1142 17. GT3 18. Silver Shapes 19. Parallel Galaxy 20. Plutonian Elf Story.
Zolar X. X Marks The Spot (CD, Album). Alternative Tentacles. So a band that hasn´t existed for decades makes a new album. What do think it will be like? It sucks. But this one is absolutely awesome! Reply Notify me Helpful.
Nearly 35 years after Zolar X formed, they swooped in to return with their second album, X Marks the Spot. While their ability to keep the Martian man costume party going this long is astounding, what's more intriguing is that nothing has changed since their '80s album, Zap! You're Zolarized. They sound (and look, according to the album cover) completely identical to the way they did with the original incarnation of the band. Songwriting is still top-notch and they are as vicarious as they were in their multicolored pixie-wigged heyday. 423 listeners. A teenage Jello Biafra rolled his eyes when he saw Zolar X featured in Lenny Kaye's Rock Scene, but never forgot the band. Meet the strangest known band from the pre-punk dayze of glam.
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Zolar X - X Marks the Spot. Zolar X - X Marks the Spot ZOLAR-X Timeless. Album · 2004 · Proto-Metal. Referred to as the first LA glam rock band according to the 1998 book Glam by Barney Hoskyns amongst others of the same opinion, the bizarre ZOLAR X was proof of the fact that success in the music industry is a mere roll of the dice with not talent, originality or even popularity in live settings dictating the whims of Lady Luck. ZOLAR X had the knack of creating catchy pop laden melodies brazened with the perfect punk angst frosted with psychedelia and even ventured into the progressive rock world with their amazingly complex compositions Horizon Suite and Plutonian Elf Story, the former which sails through three distinct segments and lasts well over 10 minutes while the latter offers a humorous journey into their space.
The Los Angeles glam rock trio Zolar X drew on classic science-fiction iconography in creating the fledgling group's image, with costumes including antennae, skintight body suits, and moon boots, and even the invention of their own alien dialect. The band formed in 1972, originally with guitarist Ygarr Ygarrist (born Steven Della Bosca) and bassist Zany Zatovian (Bruce Courtois). After recruiting singer Zory Zenith (Billy McCartney, formerly of rival . A full album of new recordings, X Marks the Spot, appeared on Alternative Tentacles in September 2007. Zolar X. Urban Myths. X Marks the Spot.