There are many great things about the second season of Stranger Things – but one of the greatest is the music – which gets the sound
of 80s horror and sci fi every bit as right as the overall feel of the show! The team of Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein are every bit as tremendous here as they were on the first season – using lots of spare electronics and keyboards, at a level that evokes vintage sound
track material by giants like John Carpenter and Vangelis – but which also has that special, extra-personal vibe that makes the show itself so unique! In other words, these guys aren't just trying to rehash a generation – as some others working in retro sound
track modes – and instead, they use vintage instruments and production to craft a special vibe that's all their own – music that would have been equally legendary, were it released in the pantheon back in the day. Titles include "Scars", "I Can Save Them", "On The Bus", "Home", "The First Lie", "Chicago", "Connect The Dots", "It's A Trap", "In The Woods", "She Wants Me To Find Her", "What Else Did You See", "Run", "The Hub", "Levitation", and "To Be Continued".