‘Stranger Issues’ sounds: All of the music from season 2

Max, Will, Mike, Dustin and Lucas within the second season of Stranger Issues.”


The ’80s are formally again. And so is the last decade’s music. Netflix launched the second season of “Stranger Issues” Friday, and watching it brings you again to the period of “Terminator,” “Ghostbusters,” VHS tapes, the Chilly Struggle and teased hair.

Jonathan asks his youthful brother Will who he’d slightly be buddies with: David Bowie or Kenny Rogers. However do not get any concepts, this season you may be listening to the latter.

With “This Is Radio Conflict” and “Ought to I Keep or Ought to I Go,” The Conflict makes a comeback after final yr. That is Jonathan’s sound. However there’s additionally an investigative journalist with a smooth spot for Billie Vacation. A imply stepbrother who’s fairly an fanatic of the heavy steel sound of Metallica and Ratt. Joyce’s new boyfriend, who appears to be like like a goonie/hobbit, loves the definitely-too-sweet “Islands In The Stream” (we warned you there was going to be Kenny Rogers). 

Steve drives to the rhythm of “Hammer to Fall (Headbanger’s Combine)” by Queen. And we be taught that Nancy and Mike’s mother’s concept of the right night entails a scorching bathtub studying the romantic novel “Coronary heart of Thunder” whereas listening to Barbra Streisand’s “The Approach We Have been” and Donna Summer season’s “I Do Consider I Fell (I Fell in Love)”.


Eleven and her new curls in “Stranger Issues 2”

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Then there’s Eleven. Not solely does she gown like “some sort of MTV punk,” as Hopper places it, this season she runs away with Bon Jovi’s “Runaway” and The Runaways’ “Lifeless Finish Justice.” For those who’re not fairly certain of which character most closely fits your tastes, you’ll be able to really examine Spotify to find your match. 

The season is a little bit bit uneven in its musicality. The primary and the final episodes are among the many greatest, whereas others, just like the third one, are a bit meager on melodious choices. And whereas it is tough to not hum to the tune of DEVO’s “Whip It” or the “Ghostbusters” theme music, you’ll be able to’t beat a season-ending with Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time” and The Police’s “Each Breath You Take.”

Possibly subsequent season we’ll get to hearken to Bowie.

This is our Spotify playlist with many of the songs performed throughout the 9 episodes of “Stranger Issues 2.”

You may as well hearken to the themes from the unique soundtrack composed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein. They go very properly with that ’80s sound that we love. 

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