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Here’s all the tracks used in Stranger Things Season 4

80s classics featured this season include Kate Bush, KISS, Dead or Alive and many more

  • 4 July 2022
Here’s all the tracks used in Stranger Things Season 4

The entirety of Stranger Things season 4 is out now — and fans may have noticed a slew of recognisable 80s bangers on its soundtrack.

Season 4, volume 2, has dropped today (July 1) on Netflix, with the penultimate episode at 85 minutes long, while the finale of the season is a whopping two-and-a-half hours long.

As expected, this season has continued to show audiences some of the most famously known timeless 80s music, as well as revealing an occasional hidden gem from the era.

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The soundtrack matches the emotionally-charged storyline which follows the cliffhanger from season 3; Hopper is imprisoned in the snowy wasteland of Kamchatka, Russia, and back in the US - the teens are faced with new horrors.

The friends are separated for the first time, and they're navigating the trials of high-school life. Supernatural threats continue to creep into their world, and these teens are left to battle them.

The release of the new season has even pushed Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill' to hit number one on the UK charts — as this track featured in pivotal and toe-curling scenes throughout this Stranger Things season.

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Previous seasons' soundtracks saw the likes of 'Africa' by Toto, 'Should I Stay or Should I Go' by The Clash, and 'Fields of Coral' by Vangelis.

So without further ado, here is the soundtrack from Stranger Things season 4 volumes 1 and 2 - by episode:

Volume 1:

Episode 1:

The Beach Boys 'California Dreamin'

Starpoint 'Object of My Desire'

Kate Bush 'Running Up That Hill'

The Cramps 'I was a Teenage Warewolf'

Mae Arnette 'Chica Mejanita'

Extreme 'Play With Me'

KISS 'Detroit Rock City'

The Red Army Choir 'The Red Army is The Strongest'

The Lloyd Langton Group 'Got Your Number'

The Cramps 'Fever'

Episode 2:

Dead or Alive 'You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)'

Falco 'Rock Me Amadeus (The Gold Mix)'

Baltimora 'Tarzan Boy'

K-Tel Version 'Wipe Out'

Talking Heads 'Psycho Killer'

The National Bolshoi Orchestra 'Monologue de Ibn-Haki-Scene 5'

The Interior Castle 'Diamonds and Emeralds'

Donnell Pitman 'Burning Up'

Noma 'Tons of Wet - Surf Time'

Episode 3:

Fergus MacRoy 'Guardian Angel'

Dorian Zero 'In Transit to Bermuda'

Episode 4:

Musical Youth 'Pass the Dutchie'

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong 'Dream a Little Dream of Me'

Kate Bush 'Running Up That Hill'

The Red Army Choir 'March of the Defenders of Moscow'

Hipbone Slim 'Legless'

Al Kerby 'Hard Feelings'

Episode 5:

Ricky Nelson 'Travelin’ Man'

Kate Bush 'Running Up That Hill'

Cecilia Bartoli 'Nina, o sia la Pazza per Amore'

Arthur B. Rubinstein 'David Searches' (Wargames Soundtrack)

Arthur B. Rubinstein 'Time's Up' (Wargames Soundtrack)

Episode 6:

Musical Youth 'Pass the Dutchie'

Erich Wolfgang Korngold 'Violin Concerto in D Major Op 35 III Finale: Allegro Assai Vivace'

Russian State Orchestra 'Cavatine et Rondo d’Antonida'

S U R V I V E 'Cutthroat'

Episode 7:

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong 'Dream a Little Dream of Me'

Kate Bush 'Running Up That Hill'

Philip Glass 'Prophecies'

Philip Glass 'Akhnaten Act 1, Scene 3: The Window of Appearances'

Philip Glass 'Akhnaten, Act II, Scene 2, Akhnaten and Nefertiti'

Volume 2:

Episode 8:

Journey 'Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)'

Lone Ranger 'Natty Dread on the Go'

Creedence Clearwater Revival 'Up Around The Bend'

Rick Derringer 'Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo'

Episode 9:

Kate Bush 'Running Up That Hill'

Metallica 'Master of Puppets'

The Police 'Every Breath You Take'

Ella Fitzgerald 'Dream A Little Dream Of Me'

Moby 'When It's Cold I'd Like To Die'

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While the season may be over, it has been confirmed in February that the show will be back for its fifth and final season. No date has been confirmed yet, but we know that the last season will be just as emotional as this one.

While fans eagerly speculate what is yet to come in the series, and what will feature on the soundtrack of season 5, you can listen to the Stranger Things official playlist on Spotify which contains songs from seasons 1 through 4.

Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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