Dialed In: This week's local music radio playlists

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Here what the area's local-centric specialty radio shows were spinning this week. We're currently tracking the playlists a number of different shows, including Radio 1190's Local Shakedown, KTCL's Locals Only*, 99.5 the Mountain's Homegrown Show*, the Colorado Sound, which originates at KRFC and is re-broadcast all over Colorado, and the Colorado Wave, which is syndicated on a number of stations across the country. See the full playlists posted after the jump.

*These playlists haven't been made available (Alf is still on vacation, so there is no Locals Only playlist this week), but will be added as soon as they are.


Fire Drills - "Good Riddance and Goodbye"
Ego vs. Id - "Devil in a Chariot"
Oblio Duo and the Archers - "Catfish"
Love Letter Band - "Let's Go Drinking"
Suzi Homewrecker - "#1"
A Dog, Paloma - "Dad Loved the Sun"
Uphollow - "Monster"
Wetlands - "The Pantsy Waster"
Taun Taun - "Turn Me on Dead Man"
White Dynamite - "The Metaphor is Science"
Accumen - "They All Know"
Placerville - "Make Hay"
Acrobat Down - "Beaver Falls Excepted"

Little Fyodor Live Set
1. "Ugly Girl"
2. "That Was a Mistake"
3. "All My Clothes are Uncomfortable"
4. "Spider Dream"
5. "Let the Sunshine In"
6. "You Don't Know"
7. "Peace is Boring"
8. "Natural Progression"
9. "Death Wish"

Panal S.A. de C.V. - "Vox Popoli"
Little Fyodor - "Done That Do This"
Winona Righteous - "One of Your Aeroplanes"
The Inactivists - "Punching Each Other"
Sad Otter - "Bonerz"
Meltmaster - "It Hertz to Pee"
Nervesandgel - "Track 4"
White Trash Compactor - "Carousel: Toy Broken"
Winona Righteous - "The Deserted Canyon - Winona"
Householed - "Ghost in the Machine"
Patrick Porter - "Cordwood and Spark"
NON - "Solitude"

Listen: 12/11/09 - First Hour
Listen: 12/11/09 - Second Hour


Euforquestra - "The Events of December 11"
Big Head Todd and the Monsters - "The Leaving Song"
Ode to the Marionette - "Lucifer"
Shel - "Hello"
Fourth Estate - "Reflections"
Saints - "Colorado"
The Mitguards - "Devil in the Bushes"
Angie Stevens & the Beautiful Wreck - "Give It On Back"
Rosalie - "Be Mine"
Blue Canyon Boys - "Jesus on the Mainline"
Ben Markley - "The 9th One's Free"
Boulder Acoustic Society - "A Life For Two"
Vices I Admire - "Apathology"
Houses - "Red Feather"
Hello Kavita - "Light Up In the Blue"
Oh, Starling - "Away In A Manger"
Lannie Garrett - "Pickin Up After You"
Johnny Smith - "Moonlight in Vermont"
Hazel Miller - "Moon Dance"
Tango Red Tapestry - "Out of Notice"
The Beautiful Loser Society - "Hair of the Dog"
Sweet Sunny South - "Two Dolla Pistols"
Lelah Simon - "Lily of the Valley"

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