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Noise11 iHeartRadio Playlist For 8–14 Jan 2016

by Edina Patsy on January 8, 2016

in Live,New Music,News,Noise Pro

iHeartRadio Music News powered by returns this week with tributes to Stevie Wright and Lemmy, new music from Bowie and an interview with Mak from Brothers 3.

Over the Christmas break Guns N Roses and LCD Soundsystem reformed, The Beatles started streaming, Aretha Franklin brought President Obama to tears, and Radiohead released their rejected Spectre theme song.

Also Russell Morris continued his dominance topping the Australian blues chart, Andrew Stockdale announced a new Wolfmother album and the ARIA singles chart proves what we all knew anyway, that Australian commercial radio pretty much ignored Australian artists in 2015.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio Playlist for 8-14 January 2016

David Bowie – Lazarus
LCD Soundsystem – Daft Punk Is Playing In My House

Guns N Roses – Welcome To The Jungle
Wolfmother – Victorious

Easybeats – She’s So Fine (live)
Motorhead – Ace of Spades

(Brothers 3 int part 1)
Brothers 3 – Brothers Never Part
Disturbed – The Sound of Silence
(Brothers 3 int part 2)

Pink Floyd – See Emily Play
Pink Floyd – Comfortably Numb

U2 – Lemon
Adele – Hello

Bruce Springsteen – Hungry Heart
Russell Morris – Lonesome Road

Aretha Franklin – You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman
Gurrumul – Amazing Grace

The Beatles – Come Together
Radiohead – Spectre

Jarryd James – Do You Remember
Vance Joy – Fire and the Flood

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