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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, the Colorado Sound, which originates at KRFC and is re-broadcast all over Colorado, 99.5 the Mountain's Homegrown Show, KBCO's Local Edition*, 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 yet, but will be added as soon as they are.

LOCALS ONLY (KTCL) 01/17/09

Matt Morris - "Money" Churchill - "I Still Remember" Carbon Choir - "Measure of Your Madness" Rachel James - "Burn" Twilight Garden - "Puppeteer" Chain Gang of 1974 - "F'n Head" Plastic Tactics - "Bonsoir Menage a Trois" Jason Vigil - "Breaking Over You" Choke the Word - "In June" Red Star Revolt - "Prove Me Wrong" All Capitals - "Admission" Extra Kool - "Put Your Nylons On"

THE COLORADO SOUND 01/16/09

Flashbulb Fires "Ambulance" Moonspeed "Water's Edge" Joel Decatur "Bitter Days" Quillion "New York Pill" Houses "Red Feather" Glove Trucker "3$ Moonshine" Ethyl & the Regulars "Knee Deep in the Blues" The Beautiful Loser Society "Hair of the Dog" Cup-a-Jo "Standin' In the Rain" Scott Von "Love is a Mess" Jeff Finlin "Waiting On A Flood" Adam Bodine Trio "Omar's Uptown Jubilee" DeVotchKa "Vengo! Vengo!" Julie & Andy Monley "Mais Que Nada" Coles Whalen "Go Child" Big Head Todd and the Monsters "Smokestack Lightin'" The Informants "Crime Scene Queen" The Railbenders "Drive Away" The Congress "Minutes" Zonky Tonk Zydeco "Zydecoliosis" Sugarloaf "Don't Call Us - We'll Call You" Apples in Stereo "Stephen Stephen" Newcomers Home "Hold On" Hello Kavita "Light Up in the Blue" Al Hood & Dave Hanson "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans"

MOUNTAIN HOME GROWN (KQMT) 01/18/09

Melanie Susuras - "Faithful Follower" Nathaniel Rateliff & the Wheel - "Slow" Matthew Moon - "Early Meetings" The Rouge - "Breakdown" King for a Day - "Hold On Tight" The Rhythm Angels - "Fall Into Me" Hazel Miller - "Little Sunflower" The Informants - "Work It" The Epilogues - "The Escape" DeVotchKa - "How It Ends"

THE COLORADO WAVE 01/18/09

The Nadas - "Life Becomes Me" Dwarf Planets - "Running From The Fallout" Julian Shome - "Swansong" Tabitha Monet - "Vacation" Mike Banta - "Passion" Love The New Crave - "Ride With You" Johnny O Band - "Satisfaction Blues" Vaughn Tromburg - "Gorilla Suit Massacre" Breathing Eve - "Just Be" The Smackers - "Sally" Liz Barnez - "Time Will Do The Talkin'" Jason Vigil - "Safety's Gone"

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