Cut is an album by Dutch hard rock band Golden Earring, released in 1982. The album spawned the hit song "Twilight Zone," which reached #1 in the Netherlands and #10 in the United States.
The album's iconic cover image of the jack of diamonds playing card being shredded by a bullet is used in the music video of "Twilight Zone" in which the card represents the life of the rogue espionage agent. However, in the video, the bullet hits about two centimetres lower than on the cover.
A music video was also made to support the second single released from the album, "The Devil Made Me Do It." However, the song/video saw limited airplay in the United States, due to its lyric containing the word "bullshit."
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