A powerful new tool in meson spectroscopy has become available with the recent observation of two spin-one mesons produced by the interaction of one nearly real and one highly virtual photon. The first of these mesons, detected initially by the TPC/2γ collaboration and confirmed by the Mark II, JADE, and CELLO collaborations using the reaction γγ*→X(1420)→K± K0sπ±, is almost surely not a qq̄ state. It has a mass, width, and K*(892)K decay like the E(1420) observed in hadronic reactions and reported variously as O- and 1+. Its observation with γγ* (single-tagged) and not with γγ (untagged) shows it to be spin one. To calibrate this observation, a known spin-one state, the JPC=1++ f1(1285), or D, was observed in the state ηπ+π- by the same experimental groups. The two-photon widths of these two mesons are not consistent with their both being in the ground-state axial vector nonet, and there are many reasons why the E is not that mainly ss̄ state. It is likely to be a four-quark state, probably as a K*K molecule.