36 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No locked curiosity-door, here. Just lush, synth-soaked soundscapes that helped set the tone for one of TV’s buzziest ever first seasons. Obviously, Dixon and Stein—who moonlight as Austin Korg-maestros S U R V I V E and supplied music for the soundtrack to revivalist splatterfest The Guest—lovingly ransack ‘80s ambience. But there are thrilling changes in pace, as evidenced by the drum stabs on the fittingly haunting “Lights Out”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

No locked curiosity-door, here. Just lush, synth-soaked soundscapes that helped set the tone for one of TV’s buzziest ever first seasons. Obviously, Dixon and Stein—who moonlight as Austin Korg-maestros S U R V I V E and supplied music for the soundtrack to revivalist splatterfest The Guest—lovingly ransack ‘80s ambience. But there are thrilling changes in pace, as evidenced by the drum stabs on the fittingly haunting “Lights Out”.

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