Golan, Gotye top Israel’s most played songs of 2012

This year’s top 10 most played Hebrew and international songs on radio stations throughout the country.

December 30, 2012 21:26
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The Israel Association of Composers, Authors and Publishers of Musical Works (ACUM) have announced this year’s top 10 most played Hebrew and international songs on radio stations throughout the country.

The top 10 Hebrew songs:
1. Eyal Golan – “Kashat Ito”

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2. Shlomi Shabat – “Yesh Lach”
3. Mosh Ben-Ari – “Teni Li Siman”
4. Moshe Peretz – “Zikokin”
5. Gilad Segev and Miri Mesika – “Kolot Halev”
6. Shlomo Artzi and Tal Abraham – “Elohai”
7. Shlomo Artzi – “Kol Yom”
8. Elai Botner – “Ten Li Yad”
9. Rami Kleinstein – “Rosi Katanah”
10. Ivri Lider – “Mishehu Pa’am”

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The Top 10 international songs:
1. Gotye – “Somebody That I Used To Know”

2. Fun – “We Are Young”
3. David Guetta – “Titanium”
4. Adele – “Set Fire to the Rain”
5. Coldplay – “Paradise”
6. Adele – “Rolling in the Deep”
7. Maroon 5 – “Moves Like Jagger”
8. Empire of the Sun – “We are the People”
9. Telo Michael – “Ai Se Eu Te Pego”
10 Flo Rida – “Whistle”

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