What's the best album ever made?
CH: Ever made? That's pretty tough, and right now I'd have to say "Kid A" by Radiohead, though the Beatles are so damn good.
MI: Oldish: Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffiti." Newish: Bright Eyes, "I'm Wide Awake It's Morning." Those are two albums that I can never stop part way through.
Who is the greatest living musician?
CH: Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys?I've never seen anyone rock so hard while playing and singing so well, all at the same time. That's just awesome.
MI: Elvis. Or David A. York. But I suppose that's a shameless plug.
What is the best show you've ever seen live?
CH: Again, hard to say, so I'm going to go with the show that I had the most fun at?Arcade Fire at the Avalon, 2005.
MI: The Black Keys at the Avalon. Two guys, six dollar beers, much rock.
What is the first album you ever bought?
CH: "Californication," Red Hot Chili Peppers (though the first one I ever owned was Chumbawumba?pretty hilarious).
MI: The soundtrack to "Cats" on Broadway?yikes.
What's your music guilty pleasure?
CH: That depends on what musical tastes you have, but Coldplay would probably qualify as one of mine.
MI: The Police. Actually, "Synchronicity" is really a great album.
If you were dictator of a small country, what would be your national anthem?
CH: Hmmm. "Burn One Down," Ben Harper. I like the sound of that.
MI: Johnny Cash, "Ring of Fire." My country would be rowdy and tempermental.
If you were onstage with a mic in front of thousands of screaming fans, what would you say?
CH: "I am a golden god!" Just because it's a quote from a great scene in one of my favorite movies, "Almost Famous."
MI: "Beeeeeeeeeeeees! Bees everywhere!"
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