​Volume One of the 'Stranger Things' Soundtrack Gets Vinyl Release Date

​Volume One of the 'Stranger Things' Soundtrack Gets Vinyl Release Date
By now, everyone and their grandma have probably binged their way through Netflix hit Stranger Things, but fear not — there will soon be something to fill that autoplay-next-episode void.
 
The Stranger Things OST will be treated to a vinyl release, and just in time to soundtrack your spooky Halloween festivities. The first volume of the two-part set will arrive on October 28 through Lakeshore Records in North America, and Portishead's Geoff Barrow's Invada imprint in the UK.
 
The double LP has been treated to a gatefold sleeve, while the wax itself will arrive in a variety of colours. The package will also include an insert featuring additional artwork and detailing the album credits.
 
As previously reported, the show's music was composed by S U R V I V E's Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein. Volume 1 is currently available digitally and will arrive on CD October 14. Volume 2, meanwhile, is currently available digitally with details for its CD and vinyl releases set to be revealed "soon."
 
Unfortunately, neither volume of the soundtrack includes Millie Bobby Brown's rendition of Nicki Minaj's "Monster" or Finn Wolfhard's cover of Nirvana's "Lithium."