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The Album - Zot

Zot - Zot

(all songs here are vbr mp3 files)

  1. Uranium (4:52)
  2. Someone (4:40)
  3. I Believe in Miracles (3:40)
  4. Little Bit Longer (2:33)
  5. Insanity (4:55)
  6. Something in My Heart (3:46)
  7. I Told You From the Start (3:54)
  8. Run for Cover (3:39)
  9. Bright Nights (4:50)
  10. We're on Your Side (3:41)
  11. Try (3:54)

Posted by Bill at November 18, 2002 2:58 PM


My cousin Pat just died a week ago, and even though i didn't know him well, i miss him more then a lot. His songs are like poetry and i love them. Pat was the gutairist in the band so everytime i hear a solo, my heart sinks. Noboby can ever bring him back but one day we will meet again. I love him.

Posted by: Danielle at February 14, 2005 9:29 AM

I just found this site today after years of trying to find out whatever happened to everyone.Very, very sad to hear about Patricks passing.He was a truly talented and gifted person.The last time I saw him,was at a gig he was doing with some band that had a female lead singer in Diamond Bar back in 86.Just want to say,we have all lost a great presence in this world,and I was blessed to have known him.

Posted by: Dan Moore at August 1, 2005 12:29 PM

Hello my friend (s):
You took me back in time. Fine good old times.
Can you believe I waited for almost 20 years to listen LITTLE BIT LONGER, again? My favorite song all times.
God bless you, THANKS SO MUCH!
Love from Mexico.

Posted by: Angie G. at May 2, 2006 4:15 PM

I managed to find a virgin LP version of the album and had a DJ friend of mine play and record the album digitally through some really awesome turntables that could encode in real time. The result is probably the best digital recordings of the album anyone can hope for. I'd be willing to share the files with anyone interested in them (as long as no one in the band minds!).

And as a much needed side note: Thank you for your site! Being from Alaska, I watched MTV constantly looking for new bands and Zot was one such. I think I've only ever crossed paths with one other person who heard of them...


Posted by: Shawn McG at May 18, 2007 7:28 AM

Thanks a lot......I'm a big fan of 80's music, from México, I spent years after years searching for this song and video " uranium" and never found a thing until I discover this site.

Many many thanks !

Posted by: fernando ureña at August 7, 2007 3:47 AM

I saw Zot for the 1st time in the early 80's with a guy who said he was their manager. Brian, I think his name was. He sang with me in choir at OCC. I was duly impressed with the band and later quit college to be in a band. I still perform today as a result of bands like ZOT.

Posted by: Danny Walters at April 2, 2009 2:26 PM

Thank you so much for making it possible to listen to this music again!! I have been looking for a copy for years! I had the pleasure of seeing them in the 80's at the Golden Bear in Huntington Beach at the end of the pier (sadly it is no longer there) but me and my girlfriends had a great time. Hearing this music again brings back great memories ;-). So sorry to hear about Patricks passing. He will be truely missed. Thank you again, Susan

Posted by: Susan at October 10, 2010 9:57 AM

I lived on Algonquin St. during the ZOT days and remember everytime I would turn right and head down Warner Ave. towards Sunset Beach, I would look to the left and see that water tower with the large letters spelling ZOT on the side of it.

Posted by: Gary Blanchette at October 7, 2013 4:23 AM

I Recently went to see Pats Dad and we had a nice visit.
Playing in a band with Pat were some of the very best of times .I can
say there were many and we all had fun. Thanks for sharing the bands music and for creating this super cool site.

Posted by: Bryan at December 6, 2013 12:53 PM

Thanks for sharing these songs. I used to own a copy of this album but I lost it years ago. "Insanity" is an all time favourite of mine. Such a weird and wonderful song. Greetings from Belgium.

Posted by: Johan at February 10, 2014 9:40 AM

I know the singer he is a very good friend of mine and I have heard lots of other songs they did on demo tapes thanks for sharing the album

Posted by: Anonymous at April 26, 2015 6:43 AM

Interesting name, ZOT. I've often wondered if the drum set I received from my parents (who bought it used from someone in southwest Ohio, Dayton?) might have belonged to someone who went on to be in a band.

Scraped off, but still visible when I got it, was the name ZOT on the Ludwig snare drum case. The rest of the set is Ludwig's Blue Sparkle.

Probably a different set of people, who just used the same name, ZOT.

Posted by: Dan at November 8, 2015 8:32 PM

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