Every Song from ‘Stranger Things’ Season One

By Amanda Wicks

Netflix hit series Stranger Things takes place in November and December 1983, and the pop and rock songs used throughout the series reflect a particularly 80s feel thanks to inclusions like The Clash and The Bangles.

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The series’ score will be released digitally this Friday (August 12). Spread across two volumes, the first features 36 tracks from Austin, Texas, musicians Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, who are part of the experimental synth quartet S U R V I V E. The second volume arrives August 19th.

As of now, there don’t seem to be any plans to make the songs used in the series available as an official soundtrack (distinct from the score). While Netflix has released a Spotify playlist, it doesn’t contain every song heard in Stranger Things. To tide listeners over, here’s a comprehensive list of the pop and rock heard over the first season’s eight episodes.

EPISODE 1: “The Vanishing of Will Byers”

The Seeds, “Can’t Seem to Make You Mine”

Jefferson Airplane, “She Has Funny Cars”

Trader Horne, “Jenny May”

Jackie James and Ian Curnow, “Every Little Bit”

Jefferson Airplane, “White Rabbit”

Toto, “Africa”

EPISODE 2: “The Weirdo on Maple Street”

Raegan Youth, “Go Nowhere”

The Clash, “Should I Stay or Should I Go”

Space Knife, “I’m Taking Off (Shield Your Eyes)”

Alexander Baker & Clair Marlo, “Body Language”

Brotherhood of Man, “Tie a Yellow Ribbon”

Trooper, “Raise a Little Hell”

Modern English, “I Melt with You”

The Bangles, “Hazy Shade of Winter

EPISODE 3: “Holly, Jolly”

Foreigner, “Waiting for a Girl Like You”

Peter Gabriel, “Heroes”

EPISODE 4: “The Body”

Joy Division, “Atmosphere”

The Deep, “Color Dreams”

EPISODE 5: “The Flea and the Acrobat”

New Order, “Elegia”

Echo & the Bunnymen, “Nocturnal Me”

EPISODE 6: “The Monster”

Corey Hart, “Sunglasses at Night”

Dolly Parton, “The Bargain Store”

EPISODE 7: “The Bathtub”

Vangelis, “Fields of Coral”

EPISODE 8: “The Upside Down”

Tangerine Dream, “Horizon (Warsaw Gate Mix)”

Moby, “When It’s Cold I’d Like to Die”

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