Mile Hi-Fidelity recast + playlist - 01.21.09

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Update: Wednesday night's show has been posted after the jump.

Well, we made it through another show. What are we at, like, seven now? Kind of lost count. Somebody's keeping track, right? Anyhow, it was a good one, but like I said at the beginning of the show, you'd hardly expect to hear otherwise from us. I don't know why we say such things, really. You know what I mean? Hey, man, check out the show -- it's mediocre. Actually, the music was great, and Andy was on point, as always. Me, on the other hand, well, what can I say? Same doofus, different day. Let's see ... what else aside from the music was noteworthy ... oh, yeah, we debuted our new theme song, which pivots on a song by Whiskey Kiss that makes you feel proud to be from the Mile High, fittingly titled "Denver Do or Die." We gave away a pair of tickets to see A Place to Bury Strangers in Aspen via a contest that was clearly too easy, and we also had Karen Cuda and Jay Ruybal from Hemi Cuda in the studio and played three tracks from the band's latest record, Hot Riffs and Tasty Licks. As an added bonus, Karen regaled us with some pretty funny tales of being on the road with her other band, Nashville Pussy. Show is posted after the jump for those who missed it. Cheers!

Mile Hi-Fidelity - 01.21.09

*A couple of quick broadcast notes: The show is broken up into two parts. The first hour's playlist appears above the player, as does the second. A few glaring things you'll notice: The stream hiccups periodically -- not enough to be distracting, though, thankfully -- and the signal peaks a few times, adding an inexplicable, superfluous 'sss' sound. Other than that, aside from the usual banter from us, you'll hear plenty of great tunes. Have at it.

MHF Hour One

Five Iron Frenzy - Where the Zero Meets 15
The Natural Selection - 15 Up to Colfax
Rainville - Let Me Come Back Home
Fear Before - Taking Cassandra to the End of the World Party
Ideal Fathers - Failing At Friendly Is Not an Option
Blusom - Off of Cliffs
Mothership - Ida Lee
The Magic Mice - Dreams of Reason
The Christines - Hollow
The Apples In Stereo - Strawberry Fire
Breezy Porticos - Crayola Sunset

MHF Hour Two

Hemi Cuda - Sundays
Hemi Cuda - Queenie
Hemi Cuda - #9
Bum Kon - Questions
Rok Tots - Suicide Weekend
Drop the Fear - When Memory Fails
A Shoreline Dream - Hypermode
Moonspeed - The Silent Sky
Moccassin - Ezra's Ghost
Crusher Bound Cadillac - Sailor Jerry
Skeleton of God - Dawn of Dimension
Cephalic Carnage - Dying Will Be the Death of Me
Tarantella - Dark Horse

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