What's the best album ever made?

NC: Either Billy Joel's "Stormfront" or "Traveling Wilburies, Vol. 1."

SL: Either Grateful Dead, "American Beauty" or Dr. Dre, "Chronic 2001."

Who's the greatest living musician?

NC & SL: Eric Clapton for his variety, longevity, and expansive career. Nick also adds for his general handsomeness. Simon disagrees.

What's the best show you've seen live?

NC: Racer X, this last Ivies Thursday at the Pub. You can't compete with the crowd, venue, and general sense of debauchery.

SL: I mostly agree but have to say Talib and Blackalicious at Colby last year were pretty ill.

NC: Boo Colby.

What's the first album you ever bought?

NC: "Tragic Kingdom" by No Doubt, but my mom bought it for me when I was eight or nine. The first album I ever bought was "Third Eye Blind."

SL: Ever owned: "Greatest Hits," Michael Jackson, on cassette. Ever bought: "Slim Shady LP" by Eminem.

What's your music guilty pleasure?

NC: Let's be honest, most of our show and iTunes libraries are guilty pleasures, which we are very proud of. My highlights include: Lionel Richie, Styx, and pretty much any hair band.

SL: I'm a sucker for theme songs and music from movies. I've played the Ghostbusters theme song multiple times, and everything from The Blues Brothers soundtrack is pretty sweet, especially "Rawhide."

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

NC: "Bad Company" by Bad Company or "American Honky Tonk Bar Association" by Garth Brooks because I love freedom.

SL: Mine would be "Juicy" by Biggie or "American Pie" by Don McLean.

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

NC: Either "Keep on rockin' in the free world!" or "Play Free Bird!"

SL: "Yeah! Get some! Get some!" That's right, a "Mean Girls" reference.

Cohen and Lee's show, "A Tail of Two Sewer Rats," airs on Fridays from 12 to 1 p.m. on WBOR 91.1 FM.