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Actor Peyton Wich to appear at T-Bone's 'Stranger Things' listening party

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HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Attention fans of the hit Netflix series, “Stranger Things”: Get excited. T-Bone’s Records and Café is having an exclusive listening party for the “Stranger Things” soundtrack Friday night at 7 p.m.

Peyton Wich, an actor who plays Troy in the popular series, will be autographing copies of the soundtrack at the event. 

To keep the theme of the series in full swing, fans will be able to play Dungeons and Dragons, Top Tier Board Games and chow down on Eggo Waffles. There will also be a special beer from a Southern Prohibition: Eggo Ale! The night will then end with a Halloween costume contest.

More than 14 million viewers have watched “Stranger Things” in the first 35 days of its eight-episode release, according to Variety Magazine.

The score is written by Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon, and the first installment of it will be in stores on Friday. It will come on two sets of CDs and three different vinyl pressings.

T-Bone’s said while they will have a lot of vinyl available, it will be limited.

“We have never seen such interest and demand in a soundtrack,” Record Store Manager Mik Davis said in a press release.  “We want to recreate as much of the atmosphere of the program as possible, so while you listen to the music, you can play Dungeons & Dragons and eat Eggos just like the kids on the show.”  

Soon, fans can see Wich in the pilot for “Digger,” feature “Same Kind of Different As Me” and the TV movie “The Opera Game.”

“Stranger Things” will return in 2017 for its second season.

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