Fear Street Part One: 1994 Soundtrack 
About the Soundtrack
List of Songs
Wasting Love - 2015 Remaster
Josh is introduced in a scene where he is chatting online with a blanket over his body and computer station.
Josh tears a page from his obsession wall, which reveals a sketch of Sarah Fier's execution in 1666, after Deena learns about Heather's murder.
Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover
Sophie B. Hawkins
Josh looks at his crush, Kate, while a song from 1992 plays in the background.
Insane in the Brain
Deena learns about a candlelight vigil for murder victims in Sunnyvale and expresses her opposition to attending by saying she'd rather die. The Fear Street Part One: 1994 soundtrack song emphasizes the ongoing conflict between the schools and prepares the audience for the introduction of Sam, a cheerleader from Sunnyvale.
Deena listens to “Creep” on her walkman, a montage shows the grim reality of Shadyside.
Gz And Hustlas (feat. Nancy Fletcher)
Kate babysits and instructs two girls about taking pills.
Killing Me Softly with His Song
Deena arrives at East Union Memorial Hospital to see Sam. Shortly after Deena arrives, the receptionist Stephanie is killed.
Deena meets a nurse named Eddy or "Beddy," who discusses breaking security protocols with her.
You Always Hurt the One You Love
The Mills Brothers
Simon comes across Ruby Lane, who is undead, outside East Union Memorial Hospital. Ruby is sitting by a tree and singing "You Always Hurt the One You Love" by The Mills Brothers.
Reminder of Us
Ruby attempts to kill Simon. He’s saved when Deena puts two bullets in the undead character while a stunned Sam watches Ruby instantaneously recover from her wounds.
Simon admires himself in the mirror in a comedic moment. Meanwhile, Josh shares an intimate moment with Kate, while Deena hooks up with Sam.
The Day I Tried To Live
Josh assists his sister Deena upon discovering that Sam has been possessed.
Fear Street Part One: 1994 (Music from the Netflix Trilogy)
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