Top five desert island albums?

HS: The Slip's "Aliveacoustic" and "Alivelectric," Bill Evans's "A Simple Matter of Conviction," Dirty Projectors's "Rise Above," Wyclef Jean's "The Carnival," Radiohead's "In Rainbows," because I paid twice as much for it as meant to when I forgot how much British pounds are worth.

ZT: Justice's "Cross," Radiohead's "Kid A," The Libertines's "s/t," M.I.A's "Kala," The Day Jobs's "Greatest Hits."

Theme song on a Monday morning?

HS: "Saturday Night's All Right for Fighting" by Elton John, and Jeff groaning on the way to the bathroom.

ZT: Justice's "Phantom Pt. 2."

Soundtrack on a Saturday night?

HS: Justice, over a tall can of Sparks.

ZT: Justice, obviously with Sparks.

What's the first album you ever bought?

HS: Green Day's "Dookie," on cassette, and my parents took it away from me because it had swears.

ZT: The Rolling Stones's "Sticky Fingers."

What's your guilty music pleasure?

HS: The Day Jobs.

ZT: Dispatch...kidding, The Day Jobs.

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

HS: Justice, and The Day Jobs.

ZT: Justice, The Day Jobs

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

HS: "Kontakte" by Karlheinz Stockhausen.

ZT: "Machine Gun Mother," Jamil would be on the flag.

If you were going into battle, what song would be blasting on your iPod?

HS: Myself, asking myself why I'm in battle.

ZT: Feist, "1234."

Artist/band you banked on making it big and then they broke up:

HS: Caveman Lovemachine.

ZT: $ (Pronounced "iBanker") (Disclaimer: they haven't formed yet, they will be huge, ask the Schnur).

"Smack-o-Lantern" with DJ Harry and DJ Schnur airs Thurdays from 2:30 p.m to 4 p.m. WBOR 91.1 FM.