A new crop of ’80s songs from synth highlights the soundtrack to Stranger Things Season 4.
From Kate Bush and the Cramps to Talking Heads, there are tons of bangs. With nine super-sized episodes, an expanded cast, and a stellar soundtrack, Stranger Things Season 4 is definitely shaping up to be bigger than ever.
In Hawkins, Season 4
goes back to 1986 – 6 months after the Battle of Starcourt at the end of Season 3 – in Hawkins, when the gang faces high school tribulations, the loss of Eleven’s powers and a new monster. Known as Vecna.
This may be the biggest threat to the gang yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some 1980s bombings as the action unfolds.
From Kate Bush and the Cramps to Talking Heads, the Stranger Things season 4 soundtrack conjures up memories of the 1980s.
We’ve compiled songs from the series into one handy list. Read on for everything you need to know about the soundtrack.
Stranger Things season 4 soundtrack
Season 4 Episode 1
- “California Dreamin’” by The Mamas and the Papas
- “Object of My Desire” by Starpoint
- “The Red Army Is The Strongest” by The Red Army Choir
- “Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush
- “I Was a Teenage Werewolf” by The Cramps
- “Chica Mejicanita” by Andrea Litkei & Ervin Litkei
- “Play With Me” by Extreme
- “Detroit Rock City” by Kiss
Season 4 Episode 2
- “Surf Time” by The Surf Riders
- “You Spin Me Round” by Dead or Alive
- “Rock Me Amadeus” by Falco
- “Tarzan Boy” by Baltimora
- “Wipe Out” by The Surfaris
- Iolanta, Op. 69: Scene 6: Ibn-Hakia’s Monologue
- “Psycho Killer” by Talking Heads
Season 4 Episode 4
- “Moscow Defender’s Song” Red Army Choir
- “Legless” by Hipbone Slim
- “Hard Feelings” Al Kerbey
- “Pass the Dutchie” by Musical Youth
- “Bond Street Bounce” by Len Stevens
- “Dream A Little Dream Of Me” by Ella Fitzgerald
Season 4 Episode 5
- “Travelin’ Man” by Rick Nelson
- “Quand le bien-aimé reviendra” by Dalayrac
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