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Noise11 iHeartRadio Playlist For w/c 30 October 2015

by Paul Cashmere on October 30, 2015

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On Noise11 iHeartRadio Music News this week Engelbert Humperdinck reveals the Ed Sheeran song he is performing, Taste’s Michael Tortoni tells of his band’s Spinal Tap moment and AC/DC’s opening act Kingswood talk about the tour.

There is new music from Russell Morris, Elton John and Harts, classics from Fleetwood Mac, AC/DC and David Bowie and hits from Sam Smith and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist for 30 October 2015

Adele – Hello
Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud

David Bowie – The Stars Are Out Tonight
Russell Morris – Lonesome Road

Fleetwood Mac – Think About Me
Harts – All Rise (Play It Cool)

(Engelbert Humperdinck interview)
Engelbert – Release Me
Engelbert – Runaway
(Engelbert Humperdinck interview)

Black Sabbath – Changes
Sam Smith – Writings On The Wall

(Kingswood interview)
Kingswood – I Can Feel That You Don’t Love Me
AC/DC – Sin City

Elton John – The Bitch Is Back
Elton John – Looking Up

Neil Diamond – Crunchy Granola Suite (Hot August Night version)
Boy & Bear – Limit Of Love

(Taste interview)
Taste – Boys Will Be Boys
Gwen Stefani – Used To Love You

Something For Kate – Monsters
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis – Downtown


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