The songs of Stranger Things 4 have sneaked into the popularity charts just for being part of this series, and that is why we make you a count of these songs that you will surely want to put on your play list.
The soundtrack of ‘Stranger Things’
The original soundtrack for the fourth season of ‘Stranger Things’ was curated by the Duffer brothers, Matt and Ross, in collaboration with Timothy J. Smith, it must be recognized that this selection has been part of the success of previous seasons.
For this fourth installment Nora Felder, the musical supervisor of the series, added hits from The Beach Boys, KISS, Extreme or Journey for season 4Possibly the most related theme in the plot has been “Running up that hill” by Kate Bush, which was even revived in the sales list, being a theme released in 1985, there are other pop-rock music singles along with themes of Italian opera.
These are the songs you have to have on your playlist:
- Separate ways (World apart), Journey and Steve Perry.
- California Dreaming, The Beach Boys.
- Psycho Killer, Talking Heads.
- Running up that hill (A deal with God), Kate Bush.
- You spin me round (Like a record), Dead or Alive.
- Mexican girl, Mae Arnette.
- Play with me, Extreme.
- Detroit rock city, Kiss.
- I was a teenage werewolf, The Cramps.
- Pass the dutchie, Musica Youth.
- Wipe out, The surfaris.
- Object of my desire, Starpoint.
- Rockme Amadeus, Falco.
- Travelin’ Man, Ricky Nelson.
- Tarzan Boy, Baltimore.
- Dream a little dream of me, Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald.
What song did Eddie play?
Another topic that has generated great emotion among fans comes from the scene where Eddie Munson starts playing a well-known song Metallica to attract the bats that are lying in the house of the villain of the season.
The song he plays is “Master of Puppets” As of this appearance, the theme was already placed among the 50 most listened to songs among the Spotify 50 list, the song released in 1986 was ranked 26th on the list, surpassing Bad Bunny with “After the beach” and “One Kiss” by Calvin Harris in collaboration with Dua Lipa and vegas by Doja Cat.