Golden Earring - Twilight Zone (censored)

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"Twilight Zone" is a 1982 hit song by the Dutch hard rock band Golden Earring. It was written by the band's guitarist George Kooymans, who got the inspiration from the book by Robert Ludlum The Bourne Identity, "Twilight Zone" appears on their 1982 album Cut. It reached #10 in the US Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Billboard Top Tracks chart, the band's only #1 hit in the country.

Lead vocals on the song are performed first by George Kooymans (who speaks the lines up to, and including, the line "the gun is still warm"), then by Barry Hay who sings the rest of the song. 

The music video, directed by Dick Maas, features a storyline with lead singer Barry Hay as an espionage agent who is inevitably apprehended by three henchmen (played by the other members of the band). 

The music video was one of the first to feature a cinematic storyline and dance choreography and was a hit on the fledgling MTV network, helping the song to become the second international hit for the band.

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