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Kate Bush’s 1985 song ‘Stranger Things’ tops the charts

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Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” Tops The Charts “Thank You” strange things Thanks to Stranger Things, British singer Kate Bush’s old song Running Up That Hill (Deal with God) has topped the charts. The Wrap reports it.
Following the release of the series’ fourth season on Netflix, the 1985 track reached number one on the iTunes chart and returned to the streaming chart, peaking at number 106 on the Spotify Top 200. Spotify users have listened to the track more than a million times. ,

Running Up the Hill was the lead single from Bush’s fifth album, Hounds of Love. It reached number three on the UK Singles Chart and number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2012, the singer released a remix of the song.
The episode of the fourth season of Stranger Things premiered on Netflix on May 28. Earlier it was known that each new episode of the show cost the streaming service $30 million.

Stranger Things is a fictional flaw film starring Winona Ryder, Millie Bobby Brown and Finn Wolfhard. The sequence is about children who witness supernatural acts that are privately tested by the government. This project started in 2016. Each new episode of Stranger Things costs Netflix $30 million. The Wall Street Journal has given this report citing sources close to the company.

The platform spent that amount on episodes of every fourth season, which is to premiere in May. The season will consist of nine episodes in total. Stranger Things is a fantasy horror film starring Winona Ryder, Millie Bobby Brown, and Finn Wolfhard. The series is about children who witness paranormal activity that is being secretly investigated by the government. The project started in 2016. On April 20, it became known that the value of its shares fell by a quarter (27.7 percent) to $ 348.61 from the publication of the Netflix video service’s reporting.

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