Metallica’s ‘Master Of Puppets’ Shine On Iconic Stranger Things Scene

Metallica’s ‘Master Of Puppets’ Shine On Iconic Stranger Things Scene | Society Of Rock Videos

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One of the most memorable moments in the season four finale of Stranger Things was when Eddie Munson embraced the power of rock ‘n roll and gave an outstanding guitar solo by playing Metallica‘s classic 1986 song, “Master of Puppets.”

The new character at the start of the season Eddie Munson, played by Joseph Quinn, is a metalhead high school student. He was then accused of a murder he didn’t commit and eventually found out the strange events that’s happening in Hawkins.

He then teamed up with our teen heroes and ventured on the Upside down to defeat Vecna, the one behind on the series of unfortunate events in Hawkins. A snippet in the Stranger Things latest season went viral as Quinn’s character was rocking out his guitar solo to distract the creatures called demobats and execute their plan of victory.

Fans then speculate what song he was playing as the show is very well-known for its choice of music to incorporate the ’80s era that it is in. They have been using a wide variety of songs and artists such as the Police, the Clash, Duran Duran, Toto, Bon Jovi, Peter Gabriel, Journey, and Kiss.

While, Kate Bush now holds three Guinness World Records thanks to the resurgence of “Running Up That Hill,” in the series. The 1985 hit song is now introduced to a whole modern audience and just recently became UK’s number-one song.

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