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Kyle Dixon , Michael Stein - Stranger Things - Volume One (A Netflix Original Series) mp3 album

  • Performer: Kyle Dixon
  • Title: Stranger Things - Volume One (A Netflix Original Series)
  • Genre: Stage
  • Country: US
  • Formats: AU MMF MP3 DMF MPC WAV MP3
  • Released: 2016
  • Style: Soundtrack, Score
  • MP3 album: 1651 mb
  • FLAC album: 1787 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 510
Kyle Dixon , Michael Stein  - Stranger Things - Volume One (A Netflix Original Series) mp3 album

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Soundtrack Album Producers: Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Executive Soundtrack Album Producers: The Duffer Brothers Music Supervisor: Nora Felder.

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Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, the two electronic composers who have scored both seasons of Stranger Things, don’t have that problem. Their lush, deep music gave the show’s first season a crucial emotional dimension, and their second time around once again steers away from cliché, maintaining the pace they’ve set for themselves while subtly shifting tactics just enough to keep fans hooked. The pitch-perfect genre influences that made both S U R V I V E and Dixon and Stein’s first-season soundtrack immediately relatable for ‘80s synth buffs are front and center, yet again, on Stranger Things 2. You can hear echoes of Tangerine Dream and John Carpenter, as well as the ethereal unease of Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells, Part. 1 (also known as the theme to The Exorcist) and Mark Snow’s X-Files score.

Created by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of the Austin-based band S U R V I V E, the title sequence to Stranger Things is a haunting, one-minute masterpiece that has helped hook millions of viewers on the hit Netflix show. Finding a perfect sweet spot between '80s nostalgia and modern, spectral synth work, Dixon and Stein's score for Stranger Things has played an integral role in the show's popularity

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1 Stranger Things 1:08
2 Kids 2:39
3 Nancy And Barb 1:06
4 This Isn't You 2:24
5 Lay-Z-Boy 1:35
6 Friendship 1:13
7 Eleven 3:16
8 A Kiss 1:26
9 Castle Byers 2:48
10 Hawkins 5:01
11 The Upside Down 5:08
12 After Sarah 1:26
13 One Blink For Yes 1:48
14 Photos In The Woods 4:33
15 Fresh Blood 1:17
16 Lamps 1:16
17 Hallucinations 1:37
18 Hanging Lights 1:34
19 Biking To School 0:45
20 Are You Sure? 2:27
21 Agents 0:51
22 Papa 1:28
23 Cops Are Good At Finding 1:09
24 No Weapons 3:25
25 Walking Through The Upside Down 1:20
26 She'll Kill You 2:06
27 Run Away 1:48
28 No Autopsy 1:04
29 Dispatch 0:42
30 Joyce And Lonnie Fighting 1:03
31 Lights Out 1:05
32 Hazmat Suits 1:44
33 Theoretically 1:34
34 You Can Talk To Me 0:54
35 What Else Is There To Do? 2:00
36 Hawkins Lab 2:38

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Lakeshore Records LLC.
  • Distributed By – Lakeshore Records LLC.
  • Mastered At – Audiosiege


  • Mastered By – Brad Boatright


Includes A Special "Stranger Things" Temporary Tattoo

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 780163483420
  • Barcode (Printed): 7 80163 48342 0

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LKS348552 Kyle Dixon , Michael Stein Kyle Dixon , Michael Stein - Stranger Things - Volume One (A Netflix Original Series) ‎(2xLP, Album) Lakeshore Records LKS348552 US 2016
none Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - Stranger Things, Vol. 1 (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) ‎(36xFile, AAC, 256) Lakeshore Records none 2016
LKS348552, LKS348812 Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - Stranger Things - Volume One (A Netflix Original Series) ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Red) Lakeshore Records, Lakeshore Records LLC. LKS348552, LKS348812 US 2016
INV176LP Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - Stranger Things - Volume One ‎(LP, Blu + LP, Red + Album) Invada, Lakeshore Records INV176LP UK 2016
INV176LP Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - Stranger Things (A Netflix Original Series) Original Music • Volume One ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Aqu) Invada, Netflix, Lakeshore Records INV176LP UK 2016

Reviews about Kyle Dixon , Michael Stein - Stranger Things - Volume One (A Netflix Original Series) (8):
For all you guys complaining about the quality control issues, just buy the regular black vinyl release:Stranger Things - Volume One (A Netflix Original Series)Beautifully quiet pressing with a powerful dynamic sound.Sure, it's only on boring black vinyl. But unless you like staring at your records while you play them, I don't see an issue.
I started collecting records in the mid 90s. Certainly over these past 6-8 years things have changed a lot (more and more so daily), and there are a wealth of reissues, and new issues on the market. The problem of course is quality control has gotten very bad, and it's become a crap-shoot buying them. Almost all of the 90's/early 00s punk, and metal stuff I have that I bought back then sounds just fine. Maybe the music on the discs is questionable, but in terms of defects, almost none. Now I've certainly been tempted by many a recent re-issue, and have preordered, or bought early, many things I wish I hadn't. Among those, nothing more so than these pieces of crap :(I have avoided all the newer, costlier OST for the most part (even though many look cool), but as an 80s kid, a sci-fi kid, as well as an ambient listener, I really wanted these. I pre-ordered the smoke/swirl volume one. Warped, noisy, sent back. Next copy, same but less so. They sent one more on the house, still haven't opened. Dumb-ass completionist that I am, when volume two came up for sale, pre-ordered it too hoping it would 'be okay this time'. Nope, same shit. First one really warped, noisy, sent back, replacement same but less so. Now I happen to look through these comments and see it's still the same, maybe worse with the 3rd, maybe 4th issues? It really is an easy fix, we just stop buying this shit. Of course that's easy to say about the stuff you don't give a crap about (which is 99% of releases). But every one of those is the 1% sweet-spot for someone. Many labels are putting out shit, they know it's shit, and they don't care because the reality is probably more than half of the people buying these are either not ever going to play them, or are playing them on novelty equipment and expect all the noise/defects to be part of the fun, or something akin to that.There are people out there specifically making records that are intended as quality source material, but they are the minority right now. The fact they keep issuing new sets & new colors over and over again (believe there's another round coming), and they seem to keep sounding worse, says a lot. The fact that you can buy these types of releases in little kiosks in malls, and latte-centric bookstores (almost literally as a novelty item in a novelty section/stand) is a good hint that these manufacturers aren't playing to an 'audiophile' type of market.It is what it is, and I don't think any of us should expect this stuff to be of high quality anymore, it just isn't. It's like (if you're old enough to remember) the end-cap stands of budget records in 70s/80's department stores. Budget comps, lots of picture disc OST, K-tel box-sets, that kind of thing. And even that junk holds up better than some of these will. Plus, back then there was a difference between a proper label LP, and the novelty stuff, and the novelty stuff was almost always budget. Now of course you're gonna pay around $70 shipped for a couple of these novelty LPs, so there's that :)
My glow-in-the-dark pressing has so much noise that I went and got a refund. Ordered through MerchNow who ignored all my emails and calls. Horrible company. Sad to see so many people have noise issues with this release.
My copy has the One Red / One Blue discs. Not 50/50. Haven't listened to the whole thing yet.But it does sound like a lot of surface noise. Do you know if they will replace these misprints?
Is anyone else a little dissatisfied with this as a standalone album? I know it was great with the show, it fit well and helped create that '80s vibe they wanted to lift from Tangerine Dream and Carpenter scores...but it just doesn't do it for me like Tangerine Dream or Carpenter records do. It doesn't even half-way compare to what Carpenter achieved with his scores. Tangerine Dream and Carpenter albums/scores are what I grew up on, so I think they are untouchable - and even with all the faults people can point out in their scores, they at least were decent to great standalone records. I've spun Stranger Things vol 1 three times now, and it has become more dull with each spin. Am I alone here? Or was the hype of the show what propelled this into be so incredibly anticipated, regardless of the music itself? And I promise - I'm not trying to be a hipster here and just down something because its currently popular. I know these guys are talented. I think their self-titled album is brilliant!
I think this page is pretty reliable for the variant info. https://slyvinyl.com/genres/soundtrack/survive-stranger-things-ost-volume-one-limited-to-500-translucent-red-2xlp
Looks like there are about 10 variants of this vinyl album..
As of right now there are 12 variants but probably more to come.

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