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Stranger Things Season 4 Soundtrack List is Here

There is nothing better than the Stranger Things Season 4 soundtrack if you’re seeking a unique background score.

The music to a series is essential for creating the right atmosphere in a film. We’d say it makes up nearly half of what makes up the atmosphere. A song, or a group of songs, acts as a character in the show.

It aids in the narration of the story by describing how this particular moment is extremely frightening, dramatic, or action-packed. A series without a soundtrack will not be remembered at all, even if it has a great soundtrack.

Soundtracks are crucial to the series because they provide an emotional counterpoint to the actor’s or actress’s performance. Stranger Things Season 4’s music is no less enjoyable to listen to than prior seasons’ soundtracks.

If anything emotional is happening with the characters or something dangerous is approaching, the Stranger Things directors give the appropriate music at the appropriate time. Liked the season? Time to explore the soundtrack.

Stranger Things Season 4 Narrative

Before getting on the soundtrack let’s go through the official narrative of this marvelous season.

“It’s been six months since the Battle of Starcourt, which brought terror and destruction to Hawkins. Struggling with the aftermath, our group of friends is separated for the first time – and navigating the complexities of high school hasn’t made things any easier.

In this most vulnerable time, a new and horrifying supernatural threat surfaces, presenting a gruesome mystery that, if solved, might finally put an end to the horrors of the Upside Down.”

Stranger Things Season 4 Soundtrack Is Here

Well, fortunately, each season gets its own soundtrack, so Season 4 of the series has an exceptional soundtrack waiting to be added to your Spotify playlist. Keep scrolling to see the list of songs included in each episode.

1. Psycho Killer By Talking Heads

Ross Lynch is a phenomenal actor. The disconnect between Dahmer and the rest of the world was evident in this song, giving you the chills.

We love that this song was written decades ago, yet because of the beat, it feels as if it could have been created yesterday.

2. Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God) By Kate Bush

Kate Bush made this song to represent the misunderstandings a man and a woman have in trying to understand each other. To trade places and feel the other’s pain is the path to healing the relationship.

To understand is to be known and to be known is to be loved. This music is used in Max’s story, and the scene is guaranteed to give you the goosebumps.

3. You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) By Dead or Alive

You can’t help but dance and sing when this music comes on. We enjoy how they don’t waste any time with an introduction and jump right into the action from the first second.

4. Object Of My Desire By Starpoint

Everything about this song is phenomenal. The passion she sings with fierce is just mesmerizing. Great 80s group. Huge vocal and nice guitar solo.

5. Play With Me By Extreme

Nuton Bettencourt is a beast. A Portuguese guitarist with an indigenous biotype. The intro is cool, we just love the way Gary and Nuno play off one another.

6. Detroit Rock City By Kiss

It is more than miraculous to maintain quality and professionalism. And also the affection with which it continues to delight listeners for more than 30 years. It doesn’t really matter how old they are, they can still put on a god damn show.

7. I Was a Teenage Werewolf By The Cramps

Always love how Poison Ivy is so calm while, Lux well, does his thing. Lux will always be remembered as a great singer, yes! The singer has unfortunately passed away on February 4, 2009.

8. Pass The Dutchie By Musical Youth

The song is so upbeat and catchy at the same time. This song is absolutely infectious. We feel like musical youth deserved better than being a one-hit-wonder.

9. Wipeout By The Surfaris

This song was released in the mid-60s but was well-loved until (at least) the late 70s. This tune is one of the most iconic beach or surf music around. Whether you have a beach nearby or not, it is still fun to listen and enjoy the heat.

10. Rock Me, Amadeus, By The Gold Mix – Falco

We truly believe Falco was an unappreciated genius and someone whose geniuses kept escalating with each creation.

He managed to find video directors who captured visually what he had in mind, especially with this video of his. And now, it is a pity that we don’t have Falco with us now.

11. Travelin’ Man By Ricky Nelson

Ricky Nelson was a handsome guy and sang like he has been singing since he was born. Every time we see him, we reflect back to The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (the Nelsons) it’s sad that they’re all gone now, but they live on through Ricky’s music.

12. Tarzan Boy By Baltimora

There are certain ’80s songs that give you an overwhelmingly painful and bittersweet sense of nostalgia. This is definitely one of them added to your list.

13. Dream A Little Dream Of Me By Louis Armstrong And Ella Fitzgerald

Imagine dancing with your boyfriend/girlfriend at midnight in a small apartment while this song is being played, yeah well, Just Imagine. This song proves that how perfection can be improved, not by gimmicks, electronic manipulation, just talent, and a blending of great voices.

14. Hard Feelings By Al Kerbey

Throughout the late 1970s and 1980s, Al Kerbey was a prolific songwriter and producer who highlighted his exceptional vocal abilities by releasing a regular stream of enticing Pop ear candy.

This song was played in the series, in Steve’s car while they were driving to the cemetery.

15. California Dreamin By The Mamas And The Papas

The performers in this song have such a haunting, melancholy, but strangely comforting sound. The song was written in 1963 by the lead singers of The Mamas & The Papa’s, John and Michelle Philips.

Two years later in 1965, the song was first sung by The Mama’s & The Papa’s in a concert and became world-famous!

Have you seen Season 4 of Stranger Things yet? If you haven’t the first volume is already out there. And if you’ve already seen it, let us know what you thought.

And what you didn’t like in the comments area below. Along with that don’t forget to tell us which song from the list you enjoyed the most.

Ayman Bhorania
A Gamer And A Writer By Heart. Ayman Is Captivated By Movies & Shows, And She's Writing It Here. She Cherish Encouraging Everyone To Accomplish Their Goals. If She's Not Writing, You Will Find Her Watching Shows, Or Probably Playing Games!
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