Stranger Things 4 Soundtrack | every song featured on the Netflix show

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For all the freaks, high school hijinks, and sci-fi shenanigans in Stranger Things, the show’s true star has always been and always will be its epic soundtrack.

From the second the series hit our screens in 2016, it filled our lives with classic 80s hits, rejuvenating forgotten gems and breathing new life into timeless classics, both as part of the plot and also to establish the period.

This is especially the case in Volume 1 Season 4, which recently debuted on Netflix and revealed that music is the only thing powerful enough to save the victims of the episode’s resident villain, Vecna.

Kate Bush’s iconic 1985 hit, Running Up That Hill, which rescues Max (Sadie Sink) from the clutches of the monster, quickly soared the Spotify and iTunes charts after appearing prominently in the sci-fi drama series at Netflix success.

Bush recently spoke about the song’s significance on Woman’s Hour on Radio 4 in light of the track’s new, younger audience.

“I really like people hearing a song and getting what they want out of it,” she said. “But originally it was written as the idea of ​​a man and a woman interacting with each other. Just to feel what it was like, on the other side.”

Speaking about how the song was originally going to be called a different name, she added, “It was called ‘A Deal With God’. I think they were just worried, the record company, that it wouldn’t be aired on the radio, that people would have the impression that it was a sensitive title.

Of course, Bush isn’t the only major performer to feature in Season 4 – with The Cramps, Baltimora and Ricky Nelson also featuring in the hit Netflix show’s newest run.

So while you wait to find out what songs our heroes are calling for help against Vecna ​​in Season 4 Volume 2, read on for everything you need to know about the Stranger Things Season 4 soundtrack.

Stranger Things season 4 soundtrack

season 4 episode 1

Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in Stranger Things Tina Rowden/Netflix © 2022

The California Dream – Moms and dads

object of my desire –Starpoint

The red army is the strongest – The Red Army Choir

Run up that hill –Kate Bush

The song plays on Max’s tape on a loop in his headphones – and ultimately helps him escape from Vecna.

I was a teenage werewolf – Cramps

Chica Mejicanita – Andrea Litkei & Ervin Litkei

Play with me – Extreme

DetroitRock City – Embrace

season 4 episode 2

Sadie Sink in Stranger Things 4

Sadie Sink in Stranger Things netflix

Surfing time – Surfers

You make me spin (like a record) – Dead or alive

Rock Me Amadeus –Falco

Tarzan Boy –Baltimore

Annihilate – Surfaris

When Eleven is harassed and humiliated at roller-disco. This is the track played by the obnoxious DJ.

Iolante, op. 69: Scene 6 – Monologue of Ibn-Hakia

psycho killer – Talking heads

season 4 episode 4

Noah Schnapp as Will Byers in Stranger Things

Noah Schnapp as Will Byers in Stranger Things netflix

The Song of the Defender of Moscow – Red Army Choir

Without legs – Hipbone Slim

Grudge –Al Kerbey

Pass the Dutchie – Musical youth

It plays out when Argyle comes to the rescue in his pizza truck after the tense shootout at the Byers’ house.

Bond Street Bounce –Len Stevens

Dream a little about me –Ella Fitzgerald

season 4 episode 5

Robert Englund as Victor Creel in Season 4 of Stranger Things

Robert Englund as Victor Creel in Season 4 of Stranger Things netflix

traveler man –Ricky Nelson

season 4 episode 6

Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson in Stranger Things

Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson in Stranger Things netflix

The Snow Maiden: Choir of the People and Courtiers – Tchaikovsky: The Snow Maiden Snegurocka

Pass the Dutchie – Musical youth

Violin Concerto in D major Op 35 III Finale: Allegro Assai Vivace – Erich Wolfgang Korngold

cut throat – TO SURVIVE

Season 4 episode 7

Sadie Sink as Max Mayfield in STRANGER THINGS

Sadie Sink as Max Mayfield in Stranger Things netflix

Dream a little about me – Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong

Run up that hill –Kate Bush

Prophecies – Philip Glass

Akhnaton Act I, Scene 3: The window of appearances – Philip Glass

Akhnaton, Act II, Scene 2: Akhnaton and Nefertiti – Philip Glass

Stranger Things Volume 1 Seasons 1-4 are now available on Netflix.

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