In the context: (Warning(Some spoilers for Stranger Things Season 4 ahead) If you are one of the many people who contributed to Stranger Things Season 4’s record-breaking 781.04 million watch hours in the first two half a week – you may be wondering what will happen next. a song that can save you from Vecna. Spotify has answered that question with a personalized music playlist so powerful it can stop an evil antagonist upside down.

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In the first half of the fourth season of Stranger Things, Kate Bush’s 1985 track “Running Up That Hill” soared up the charts (going to No. 1 in the UK) thanks to being used as the song that saves Max from breaking bones in death at the hands of Vecna.

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The second part of the fourth season of Stranger Things premieres tomorrow, and Spotify has launched Flipped playlistwhich can help you find your saving song. The list includes some favorite (i.e. most popular) songs mixed in with a few classics from Stranger Things.

As soon as the second part of season 4 is released, Netflix will update its Stranger Things official playlist with all new songs from the series. That means we’ll find out which song Eddie Munson is destroying in the trailer, with The Final Countdown, Sweet Child O’ Mine, and Master of Puppets’ main theories.

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I don’t know what is the most embarrassing confession on this list.

In other news, you may have seen that Spotify Icebergs have made their way onto social media recently. They are based on Hemingway’s iceberg theory, which shows how deep a topic is, with lesser known information at the bottom and a more visible part above the water. In this case, the popular bands you listen to will be at the top, while the little-known artists will be at the bottom. You can try this on iceberg.