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Every Song From STRANGER THINGS 3

Now that you’ve binged all of Stranger Things 3 (which you obviously have), you probably want to lose yourself in the summer of 1985. And thanks to some Joyce Byers-inspired detective work on our part, now you can!

We were lucky enough to get a sneak peek at this season of the cult show, so we collected all the tracks from the latest soundtrack for the surreal and strange happenings in Hawkins, Indiana. You can listen to the whole thing via our nifty Spotify playlist here, or you can check out each of the tracks below!

Episode One: Suzie, Do You Copy?

The first episode comes in hot with two massive hits, setting the tone for the quality and much, much bigger budget this season.

Home Sweet Home – Motley Crue

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Baba O’Riley – The Who

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Episode Two: Mall Rats

The sophomore offering this season adds some more deep cut tracks that stray from the era but still add to the vibe.

You Don’t Mess Around With Jim – Jim Croce

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Get Up and Go – The Go Go’s

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Episode Three: The Case of the Missing Lifeguard

One of the most stacked musical episodes, the third features iconic songs that add to the vibe and story this season.

Angel – Madonna

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Lovergirl – Teena Marie

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Things Can Only Get Better – Howard Jones

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American Pie – Don Mclean

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Episode Four: The Sauna Test

This somber episode only uses one classic track and it does so with an unbelievably creepy effect.

We’ll Meet Again – Vera Lynn

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Episode Five: The Source

A visit to see an old ally leads to a couple of super intriguing song choices, including becomes a recurring jazzy theme.

Strike Zone – Loverboy

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Boogie Man – Sid Phillips and His Melodians

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Episode Six: E Pluribus Unum

Heading into the last few episodes of the season we get some fun film references and a disco-rock classic.

The Wild Ride – Midnight Run Soundtrack – Danny Elfman

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Neutron Dance – Pointer Sisters

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Episode Seven: The Bite

The penultimate offering this time around is super serious, and so only rocks one song as the episode opens.

R.O.C.K in the U.S.A – John Mellencamp

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Episode Eight: The Battle For Starcourt

In what will likely become the fan-favorite moment of the entire show, we get a stunning duet and one of the best songs ever written.

Jackie Wilson – (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher

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The Neverending Story – Limahl

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