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Metallica’s ‘Master of Puppets’ sees an increase in streaming since ‘Stranger Things’ season 4 climax

Metallica’s ‘Master of Puppets’ sees an increase in streaming since ‘Stranger Things’ season 4 climax

As much as Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” is known for Saddie Sink’s escape from Vecna, Metallica’s “Master of Puppets” has become the anthem of all Eddie’s fans after season 4 of “Stranger Things” aired.

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The performance that Eddie gave at the climax of the show during a do-or-die situation was enough to make fans fall in love with the song he played, which was none other than ‘Master of Puppets’, originally performed by an American heavy metal band, Metallica.

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In the week since the episode premiered, on-demand streaming for the 1986 metal classic increased by 650.3%, according to Luminate, which collects data for the Billboard charts. In the first six days of last week, ‘Master of Puppets’ had collected 1,020,333 audio and video streams on request. During the first six days, the show was available for streaming, the number grew to 7,655,536. In the original scene, Eddie grabs his guitar and plays “Master of Puppets” by Metallica, performing “the most metal concert ever”. While riffing on his guitar, the bats around Vecna’s cave are lured away, leaving Steve (Joe Keery), Nancy (Natalia Dyer) and Robin (Maya Hawke) to attack the demon. The track was a perfect match for Eddie since it not only amplified the episode’s most exciting scene, but “in some ways matches Eddie’s seemingly arrogant and edgy in-your-face public persona.”

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The percentage was even higher for sales of digital tracks with an increase of 999% in the same time period. The increase in not a sudden increase, but a steady uphill. The streaming activity for this hit song has only increased since the day volume two of ‘Stranger Things 4’ was released, and it’s only increasing now as we speak. The total number of spins for the song went up only 25.5% on the radio during these six days, from 188 the week before to 236 since the episode premiered. Audience impressions increased by 14.7%, from 508,000 who heard the song on the radio before the show to 583,400 afterwards.

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If we look at the statistics for programmed power services, the increase in percentage was also impressive there, but not nearly as much as for on-demand streams. The numbers for programmed streams went up 96.8%, from 100,904 to 198,538. The authors stated that the reason this song was added to the series is because they found similarities between Vecna ​​and the substances referred to in “Master of Puppets “. This song was the band’s one of the best and a classic of all time.

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Some fans have tweeted about the same saying, “Most metal ever in” TV “recent history if you ask me, and yes, I feel pain and sadness #StrangerThings #MasterOfPuppets Have a good day.” “Chrissy, this is for you!”

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