Stranger Things stirred up Metallica music again

The last season of the series Weird thingsFrom NetflixLed new generations to research The Google and YouTube, we never imagined the trend again, from classics like Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” and Master of Puppets by Metallicaby bassist Robert Trujillo, Hop in Costa Rica.

Acquaintance Student In the past few hours, we have shared interesting data related to the series. It highlights in GlobalismThe phrases “Stranger Things” and “Metallica” were the most searched for over the past seven days, followed by the song “puppet masterWhich appeared during the ninth chapter of the last season of this series.

In terms of search interest by region, the United States ranked first in string searches, followed by the United Kingdom and Australia in third.

Whereas for Costa Rica, the three provinces most searched for for the word “stranger things” were: Heredia, Alajuela, and San Jose.

In Costa Rica, on YouTube, for the past seven days, Metallica’s Master of Puppets has recorded the peak of searches, especially on July 2, so far; The song has more than 5.5 million views. The main states interested in the topic were: Heredia in first place, followed by Cartago and Alajuela in third.

Among the themes related to Metallica and the song Eddie starred in in Chapter 9 are “Stranger Things – Music Album Kyle Dixon” – who is one of the series’ authors – and “Running Up That Hill – Song of Kate Bush” – which managed for the week Fifth in a row to remain among the most listened to in Costa Rica with over 86.2 million views on YouTube.

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Last week, the US ranked first as the global country that listens most to Metallica on YouTube, with 7.97 million views; Brazil came in second place with 2.67 million views and Mexico in third place with 2.04 million views.

Terry Alexander

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