Top five desert island albums?
Sarah: Radiohead's "Kid A," Yo La Tengo's "I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One," The Clash's "London Calling," Joanna Newsom's "Ys," and The Dismemberment Plan's "Emergency & I."
Sean: Animal Collective's "Feels," The Dodos' "Visitor," Avalanches' "Since We Last Spoke," Fiery Furnaces' "Gallowsbird's Bark," and Broken Social Scene's "You Forgot It In People."
Theme song on a Monday morning?
Sarah: Broken Social Scene's "Swimmers" because "If you always get up late / You'll never be on time."
Sean: Fleet Foxes' "Ragged Wood."
Soundtrack on a Saturday night?
Sarah: "+" by Justice because it makes everybody dance.
Sean: Passion Pit's "Sleepyhead" or El Guincho's "Palmitos Park."
What's the first album you ever bought?
Sarah: Third Eye Blind's first album, and 9-year-old Swood thought she was awesome.
Sean: Hanson. And I still think it was a great purchase.
What's your guilty music pleasure?
Sarah: U2, although it wouldn't make me feel guilty at all if I didn't get so much crap for it.
Sean: The Milkman's Union (mostly the earlier genius, such as "Oh Boy").
What's the best live show you've ever seen?
Sarah: Radiohead and Grizzly Bear this summer. I want to carry Thom Yorke around in my pocket.
Sean: Either Radiohead at Bonnaroo '06 or Animal Collective on Memorial Day '07.
If you were the dictator of a small country, what would your national anthem be?
Sarah: Wham!'s "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" because it would distract the people from the harrowing oppression of their daily lives. You can't start a revolution while humming this song. Fact.
Sean: Radiohead's "National Anthem."
If you were going into battle, what song would be blasting on your iPod?
Sarah: Huey Lewis & the News' "Hip To Be Square," and I would need an axe.
Sean: Three 6 Mafia's "They Bout to Find Yo Body."
Artist/band you banked on making it big and then they broke up:
Sarah: My favorite bands that have broken up already made it big. So Georgie James, I guess, because they parted recently.
Sean: T-model Ford, but he's only 89. There's still plenty of time.
"Office Hours with Sean and Swood" airs Fridays from 12-1:30 p.m. on WBOR 91.1 FM or online atwww.wbor.org.