Stranger Things Soundtrack (Complete Song Listing) – Whats On Netflix

Episode 1
She Has Funny Cars – Jefferson Airplane
White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane
Africa – Toto
Can’t Seem to Make You Mine – The Seeds

Episode 2
Should I Stay or Should I Go – The Clash
I Melt With You – Modern English
Hazy Shade of Winter – The Bangles
Tie a Yellow Ribbon – The Dawn

Episode 3
Peter Gabriel – Heroes
Waiting for a Girl Like You – Foreigner

Episode 4
Atmosphere – Joy Division
Should I Stay Or Should I Go – The Clash

Episode 5
Elegia – New Order
Nocturnal Me – Echo & The Bunnymen

Episode 6
Sunglasses at Night – Corey Hart
The Bargain Store – Dolly Parton

Episode 7
Fields of Gold – Vangelis

Episode 8
When It’s Cold I’d Like to Die – Moby

Stranger Things Soundtrack (Complete Song Listing) – Whats On Netflix

Whitman’s Civil War: Writing and Imaging Loss, Death, and Disaster

There are at least a few folks following who share an interest in mid-to-late 19th Century American lit/its influence on early 20th Century lit, so I thought I’d share a link. For those who might like to explore other free course offerings, here’s the university’s course page


“This is what you shall do: Love the earth and sun and the animals, despise riches, give alms to every one that asks, stand up for the stupid and crazy, devote your income and labor to others, hate tyrants, argue not concerning God, have patience and indulgence toward the people, take off your hat to nothing known or unknown or to any man or number of men, go freely with powerful uneducated persons and with the young and with the mothers of families, read these leaves in the open air every season of every year of your life, re-examine all you have been told at school or church or in any book, dismiss whatever insults your own soul, and your very flesh shall be a great poem…” from Leaves of Grass, Preface (1855), par. 8

Whitman’s Civil War: Writing and Imaging Loss, Death, and Disaster

Ghosts created by scientists in ‘disturbing’ lab experiment

I keep bumping-into this article from 2014 in various places, so I’ll go ahead and share a link in case anyone else has an interest in this sort of thing. My favorite line is “[a]rtificial ‘spectres’ were conjured up by an experiment which proved so disconcerting for participants that two begged for it to stop.” 

About the images below: “To manifest their ghosts, the scientists set up a robot device that allowed volunteers to control the movements of a jointed mechanical arm with their index fingers.The movements were relayed to another robot arm behind them which touched their backs.When both the finger-pushing and back-touching occurred at the same time, it created the illusion that the volunteers were caressing their own backs.That felt weird enough to the blindfolded participants. But something a lot stranger happened when the back-touching was delayed and about 500 milliseconds out of sync with the finger movements.Suddenly the volunteers felt as if they were being watched, and touched, by one or more ghostly presences.At the same time, they had the disconcerting sensation of drifting backwards, towards the unseen hand.When questioned, several reported a strong feeling of invisible people being close to them. On average, they counted two, with up to four being reported…”

Ghosts created by scientists in ‘disturbing’ lab experiment

‘Let Me Hang You’: William S. Burroughs reads the dirtiest parts of ‘Naked Lunch’



‘Let Me Hang You’: William S. Burroughs reads the dirtiest parts of ‘Naked Lunch’