The Twilight Zone (Rush song)

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"The Twilight Zone"
Single by Rush
from the album 2112
B-side "Lessons"
Released 1976
Format 7" promo
Recorded Toronto Sound Studios in Toronto, 1975
Genre Progressive rock
Length 3:19
Label Mercury
Writer(s) Neil Peart, Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson
Producer(s) Rush and Terry Brown
Rush singles chronology
"Lakeside Park"
(1976)
"The Twilight Zone"
(1976)
"2112 Overture/The Temples of Syrinx"
(1976)
2112 track listing
"A Passage to Bangkok"
(2)
"The Twilight Zone"
(3)
"Lessons"
(4)

"The Twilight Zone" is the third track on Rush's album 2112. It was the last track written and recorded for the album. It was the first single to be released from 2112. As with most Rush songs, the lyrics are written by Neil Peart, and the music by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson. It is based on two episodes of The Twilight Zone: "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?" (first verse) and "Stopover in a Quiet Town" (second verse). Rush had dedicated their previous album, Caress of Steel, to the memory of The Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling.

The creators of the Marvel comic book series Defenders dedicated its 45th issue to Rush. In that issue, a character named Red Rajah says that "Truth is false and logic lost, consult the Rajah at all cost."[1]

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  1. ^ Telleria, Robert: Rush Tribute Mereley (sic) Players, page 150. Quarry Press, Inc. 2002