What kind of music is played on "Stranger Things"
We recall the music from the past seasons and share the music from the new story.
In season 4 of "Stranger Things", which premiered on May 27, music plays an important role not only in the sound design, but also in the story, moving away from the function of accompanying certain scenes. The Duffers, however, haven't stopped paying attention to the purely musical component either. We recall the music from the past seasons and share the music from the new story.
Season 11st season of the series Stranger Things
"Stranger Things'" first season won hearts not only with the amazing acting of the kids cast and numerous references to 80's movies, but also with the properly selected music, with a list of something for every taste. The song that Jonathan and Will listen to has clearly rekindled interest in The Clash, the cover version of "A Hazy Shade Of Winter" comments on the plight of poor Barb, and what happens between Nancy and Steve makes every 80s fan's heart freeze, as evergreen Toto and Foreigner songs are played off-screen at this moment.
Season 22st season of the series Stranger Things
Season 2 turns out to be just as diverse in music - Billy Mayfield races around in his car to the music of Scorpions, Ted Nugent and Queen, Joyce Byers and Bob Newby The Superhero dance to Dolly Parton, and the couples at the Snow Ball are melting in each other's arms to Olivia Newton-John, Cyndi Lauper and The Police. Sheriff Hopper - or rather, David Harbor, — also shares his musical passions:
"I thought the scene would be the impetus for the second wave of Jim Croce's popularity. All the kids would learn about the performer, whom I damn well love. But I hoped no one would pay attention to that silly little dance I did…"
What kind of music is played on "Stranger Things"?
It happened exactly the opposite: on the internet, the sheriff danced to everything from The Beatles and tunes from the Benny Hill show to George Michael, rap and Earth Wind and Fire.
Season 33st season of the series Stranger Things
Season 3 turned out to be even richer in surprises - with the arrival of Russian scientists the soundtrack was naturally enriched by songs performed by the Alexandrov Ensemble, Mike and Odie can't tear themselves away from each other and from the romantic ballads that became the trademark of the decade, "marriage counselor" Murray Bauman, as always, knows nothing better than jazz, and the song performed by Dustin and Suzie may break the pace and look like a stand-in number - but how good is it!
Season 41st season of the series Stranger Things
In season 4, the Duffer brothers continue to surprise with their versatility. The story kicks off to an evergreen hit from the 1960s, Max's headphones play one of Kate Bush's most famous songs, which even returned to the charts thanks to the show, and Mike and Odie skate to songs by Baltimora and Falco. There's also some Russian classics by Rimsky-Korsakov, as well as the not-so-obvious Debussy and Philip Glass. Wondering if the fans will rush to listen to them after watching it?