Steve Perry comments on Journey's 'Separate Ways' featuring in Stranger Things 4 (2023)

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Author: Scott ColothanPublished 6th Jul 2022
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Former Journey frontman Steve Perry has commented on ‘Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)’ featuring in the penultimate episode of Stranger Things 4.

Back in April, the first official trailer for Netflix’s Stranger Things 4 premiered featuring a suitably epic Bryce Miller/Alloy Tracks Remix of Journey’s 1983 song ‘Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)’.

The second part of Stranger Things 4 launched on Netflix last week and the penultimate episode, Papa, climaxes with the dark remix of the Journey anthem playing as the characters Lucas, Max, and Erica arrive at the Creel house and prepare for their part in the battle with evil villain Vecna.

There are two remixes on the newly released official soundtrack, Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Series, Season 4 – the Bryce Miller/Alloy remix and a fresh extended mix by Steve Perry and Bryce Miller.

Steve Perry explains he was inspired to remix the track himself after hearing the Bryce Miller/Alloy version.

“I was stunned at how cool (the remix) was,” enthuses Steve Perry. “I found out that Bryce Miller and Troy MacCubbin had created it and I told them how much I loved it. One week later, I had an idea for an extended version, so I called Bryce and we assembled our Extended Remix.”

He added: “Being a huge fan of the show, having my music on the soundtrack made me very happy! I truly love both these remixed versions as much as I do the original recording from the Journey Frontiers record.”

Bryce Miller told Forbes: “It was really cool to work with Steve and he had some really nice things to say.

“One of his favourite things now in his career is hearing these songs that he wrote decades ago get new life and be brought to new generations and new demographics through things like Stranger Things.”

Of course, Journey aren’t the only rock act to feature in the latest season of Stranger Things.

KISS’s ‘Detroit Rock City’, Siouxsie And The Banshees’ ‘Spellbound’, Creedence Clearwater Revival's 'Up Around the Bend', RATT's 'Round and Round' and The Cramps’ ‘I Was A Teenage Werewolf’ are among the tracks that have featured.

Just like Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’, Metallica have been surging up the charts in recent days after ‘Master of Puppets’ was used in a pivotal scene featuring the character Eddie Munson.

Stranger Things 4 soundtrack

Stranger Things 4 soundtrack:

The official soundtrack, Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Series, Season 4, is available listen to digitally right now, here.

The CD version of the soundtrack is released on Friday 9th September, and the vinyl follows on Friday 4th November. You can pre-order them right here.

Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Series, Season 4 track-listing:

1) Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (Bryce Miller/Alloy Tracks Remix) – Journey with Steve Perry

2) California Dreamin' - The Beach Boys

3) Psycho Killer - Talking Heads

4) Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God) - Kate Bush

5) You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) - Dead or Alive

6) Chica Mejicanita - Mae Arnette

7) Play With Me - Extreme

8) Detroit Rock City (Single Version) - KISS

9) I Was A Teenage Werewolf - The Cramps

10) Pass The Dutchie - Musical Youth

11) Wipe Out - The Surfaris

12) Object Of My Desire (Single Version) - Starpoint

13) Rock Me Amadeus (The Gold Mix) - Falco

14) Travelin' Man - Ricky Nelson

15) Tarzan Boy - Baltimora

16) Dream A Little Dream Of Me - Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong

17) Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo (Single Version) - Rick Derringer

18) Fire and Rain - James Taylor

19) Spellbound - Siouxsie And The Banshees

20) Master of Puppets - Metallica

21) When It's Cold I'd Like To Die (featuring Mimi Goese) - Moby

22) Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (Steve Perry & Bryce Miller Extended Remix) – Journey with Steve Perry

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Steve Perry comments on Journey's 'Separate Ways' featuring in Stranger Things 4? ›

I was stunned at how cool (the remix) was,” enthuses Steve Perry. “I found out that Bryce Miller and Troy MacCubbin had created it and I told them how much I loved it.

What does Steve Perry think of Stranger Things? ›

Steve, were you already a fan of Stranger Things? Steve: Yes. I love the show. The first time I saw and heard the trailer [with “Separate Ways”], I kind of lost my mind because it was so powerful.

Why did Steve Perry stop singing with Journey? ›

5. Why Did Steve Perry Stop Singing? Steve Perry left Journey in 1996 after hurting his hip while hiking in Hawaii and needing a hip replacement. What is this?

Did Steve Perry sing Separate Ways? ›

Some sources will claim that the first live performance of the song was in 1982 at the Day on the Green concert, where singer Steve Perry told the crowd, "We just wrote this song about two weeks ago." However, bootleg recordings exist of performances at least a month earlier at Chicago's Rosemont Horizon, where Perry ...

What version of Separate Ways was used in Stranger Things? ›

Journey 'Separate Ways' Remix Featured on 'Stranger Things' Season 4 Soundtrack. Bryce Miller and Alloy Tracks' remixes of Journey's "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" are featured in the season 4 soundtrack.

Who does Steve have a crush on in Stranger Things? ›

A loopy Steve Harrington, drugged by Russian operatives, confesses his feelings for his new friend Robin Buckley.

Who is Steve in love with Stranger Things? ›

Nancy, Robin and Eddie arrive and protect him. While traveling the Upside Down, Eddie notices that Steve is still in love with Nancy and encourages him to act on his feelings.

Are Steve Perry and Journey still friends? ›

Journey's Neal Schon says he and Steve Perry are rekindling their friendship. Journey guitarist and sole constant member, Neal Schon, has confirmed he's rekindling his friendship with former frontman Steve Perry.

Who was the love of Steve Perry's life? ›

Not only was that the beginning of a long history of the classic power ballad being placed in movies and TV shows, but it was the beginning of a friendship with Jenkins that eventually led Perry to the love of his life, psychologist Kellie Nash.

Did Journey have any hits without Steve Perry? ›

Singer Steve Augeri's first album with Journey, 2001's Arrival, was the best they ever made without Steve Perry. The follow-up, Generations, also had its moments - notably Faith In The Heartland and The Place In Your Heart, both of which were re-recorded with Arnel Pineda on 2008's Revelation.

Is Steve jealous of Eddie Stranger Things? ›

However, Stranger Things season 4 introduced Quinn's Eddie Munson, an eccentric, compassionate metalhead—and a character who rivaled Steve in terms of popularity among viewers. Though Steve and Eddie got off to a rocky start, both slightly jealous of the other, the two became friends by the end of the season.

Does Steve become nice in Stranger Things? ›

Generally Kinder. There is no doubt that Joe Keery's now very lovable character comes across as a generally nicer character than he was in the first season. Thanks to his wonderful maturing, Steve is shown to be more kind-hearted and more tolerant of things he would usually poke fun of almost immediately.

Is Steve OK in Stranger Things? ›

OK, now that Steve is safe, here's who actually dies throughout the entirety of the show's fourth season. Chrissy Cunningham (Grace Van Dien), Fred Benson (Logan Riley Bruner), and Patrick McKinney (Myles Truitt) met their fate after coming face to face with Vecna in volume 1.

Does Steve become a better person in Stranger Things? ›

While Nancy was indeed a motivator, Steve primarily did the work to improve himself because he genuinely wanted to be a better person. There has been no other character in Stranger Things that over time, per Collider, has changed fan opinion of them as much as Steve Harrington.

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