What is the best song ever made?

AP: Sure, start with the easy one... "If We Can Land a Man on the Moon, Surely I Can Win Your Heart," by Beluah.

TP: Lola by the Kinks. But I don't like this question because as far as I'm concerned, there are no "best songs." Post-modernism, no more grand narratives, empty signifiers, that sort of thing.

Who is the greatest living musician?

AP: David Byrne of Talking Heads, even though he lost his mind about 12 years ago.

TP: Brian Wilson?

What was the first album you ever bought?

AP: Off the Deep End, by Wierd Al. That man is a genius.

TP: I saved up my weekly 50 cent allowance to buy a Crash Test Dummies cassette with that song "Mmm Mmm Mmm."

What is the best concert you've ever seen live?

AP: Quruli, Dismemberment Plan, and John Vanderslice sharing a stage in Providence was pretty incredible.

TP: The Arcade Fire. It was at the College of the Atlantic last year the day after Halloween. It was in a building that looked like a castle, and only 50 people were there, many of whom were in costumes (including the band).

If you were dictator of a small country, what would be its national anthem?

AP: "The Final Countdown," by Europe.

TP: "We Built This City," only change "cit"y to "nation-state."

If you were on a stage with a mic in front of thousands of screaming fans, what would you say?

AP: I would say nothing until someone yelled "Freebird!" Then I would drink an entire Beast Ice before reading "The Raven" in a really scary voice.

TP: I'd talk about computers and the world wide web.

Paltrineri and Power can be heard on "Clean Finnish Lines," 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Friday afternoons on WBOR 91.1 FM.