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 have not been made available yet, but we'll get them added as soon as they are.


Chain Gang of 1974 - "F'n Head"
Sofo - "Passing Signs"
Churchill - "I Still Remember"
Fulcrum - "Antic Romantic'
Big Paddy - "Come Out Ye Blacks & Tans"
Ash Ganley - "The Sound"
Reverb & the Verse - "Walk"
Educated Figures - "That Ain't Hip Hop"
Super Seed - "Trip"
Everything Absent or Distrorted - "Their Small Wars"
Random Hero - "Pull the Trigger"
Born in Winter - "October"


Angus Mohr - "I Believe In Father Christmas"
Jennifer Lane - "Ruby Rae"
Melanie Susuras Band - "Faithful Follower II"
The Subdudes - "One Word (Peace)"
Zuba - "The Strut"
8750 Reggae Band - "Droppin' In"
Lindsey O'Brien Band - "Broke My Heart"
Javon Jackson - "The In Crowd"
Opie Gone Bad - "Sympathy for the Devil - Livin' for the City"
Chris Daniels & the Kings - "Roll Over Beethoven"
Ash Ganley - "Trees and Powerlines"
Xiren - "Grace"
Hello Kavita - "Midnight Sound"
Eddie Turner - "Mr. Blues"
Lindsey O'Brien Band - "Night Voice"
Chris and Maggie - "I Believe I'm Ready"
Open Road - "Rollin' On"
Leftover Salmon - "Up On the Hill Where We Do the Boogie"
Everything Absent or Distorted (a love story) - "Houses"
Melanie Susuras Band - "Unfinished"
Xiren - "Jesus Was An Alien"
Stereomaid - "Pocket Knife"
Convergence - "Ookie Dookie"
Chris Daniels & the Kings - "Sing, Sing, Sing"
Lucky Overton - "Black & Blue"
Fourth Estate - "Reflections"
JD Feighner - "Beautiful Confusion"
DubSkin - "Love For Music"
Rob Drabkin - "Don't Come Around"
Leftover Salmon - "Delta Queen"
Otis Taylor - "Three Stripes On A Cadillac"
Honey Don't - "Silvertone Rag"
The Stanleytones - "Women Make Me Act Like A Fool"
Marty Jones & the Great Unknowns - "Hellbound Party Train"
Bobby Walker - "Turn Me Around"
Janine Santana - "Red Clay"
Firefall - "Wings Of Change"
Motorhome - "I Know Better"
The Hollyfelds - "Hey 52"
SheL - "The Latest & Greatest Blueberry Rubber Band"
Meryl Romer - "I've Waited Long Enough"
Paper Bird - "Lullaby"
Aloft in the Sundry - "Sell and Be Sold"
Love.45 - "Release Me"
Jill Sobule - "Supermodel"
Billy (Nershi) & Liza (Oxnard) - "Barstool"
Trinity Demask - "Human Race"
Erik Applegate - "Another Reply"

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