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The first part of the fourth season of Stranger Things was released on Netflix late last month. Here you can check out all the songs used this season, including “Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush.

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After a three-year hiatus, very strange things returned with the first part of its fourth season. With a new main villain named Vecna and the inclusion of various characters portrayed Joseph Quinn as well as Amybeth McNultythe first seven episodes were successful.

With many familiar faces like Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard and more, the sci-fi series is also back with plenty of other 80s references to enjoy. And what is the 80s without great music that came out during the decade?

At this moment, everyone listened non-stop“Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush which hit number 1 in the UK for the second time. However, this is not the only great song that you can hear in the first episodes of the season, which returns in July. Check out the entire soundtrack here.

Stranger Things Season 4: Entire Soundtrack

The soundtrack for the series is composed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, which is commonly used to create a mood of nostalgia and horror for the series. However, there are many popular songs that have marked some of the series’ most emotional moments.

Chapter One: The Hellfire Club

“California Dreamin'” – The Beach Boys
“The Object of My Desire” – Starpoint
“Running Up That Hill” – Kate Bush (also in episodes 4, 5 and 7)
“I Was a Teenage Werewolf” – Convulsions
“Chika Mekhanita” – May Arnett
“Play with me” – Extreme
Detroit Rock City – KISS
“The Red Army is the strongest” – Red Army Choir
“Got Your Number” – The Lloyd Langton Band
“Fever” – Convulsions

Chapter Two: Curse of Vecna

“You Spin Me (Like a Record)” – Dead or Alive
“Rock Me Amadeus (Gold Mix)” – Falco
“Tarzan Boy” – Baltimore
“Wipe Out” – K-Tel version
“Psycho Assassin” – Talking Heads
“Monologue of Ibn-Khaqi-Scene 5” – National Grand Orchestra
“Diamonds and Emeralds” – Interior of the castle
“Combustion” – Donnell Pitman
“Tons of moisture – surf time” – Noma

Chapter Three: The Monster and the Superhero

“Guardian Angel” – Fergus McRoy
“On the way to Bermuda” – Dorian Zero

Chapter Four: Dear Billy

“Pass the Dutchman” – Musical Youth
“Dream Me a Little” – Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong
“March of the Defenders of Moscow” – Red Army Choir
“Legsless” – Hipbone Slim
“Heavy Feelings” – Al Kerby

Chapter Five: Project Nina

Traveler Ricky Nelson
“Nina, o sia la Pazza per Amore” – Cecilia Bartoli
“David Searches” – Arthur B. Rubinstein (War Games soundtrack)
“Time’s Up” – Arthur B. Rubinstein (War Games soundtrack)

Chapter Six: Immersion

“Pass the Dutchman” – Musical Youth
“Violin Concerto in D Major Op 35 III Finale: Allegro Assai Vivace” – Erich Wolfgang Korngold
“Snow Maiden, Op. 12-Chorus of the Court – Act 1 – Russian State Orchestra “Cavatina and Rondo d’Antonida”
“Thug” – SURVIVE

Chapter Seven: Massacre at Hawkins Laboratory

“Dream A Little Dream Of Me” – Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong
“Prophecies” – Philip Glass
“Akhenaton Act 1 Scene 3: Window of Apparitions” – Philip Glass
“Akhenaton, Act II, Scene 2, Akhenaten and Nefertiti” – Philip Glass

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