What song, artist, or album changed your life?

AL: The first album I ever owned was Red Hot Chili Peppers, Californication. I'd say a combination of that and Genitallica, a pirated version of a Mexican punk CD that I picked up in Mexico for $2.50.

KH: They've all done their part.

What's the best concert you've ever seen?

KH: John Hiatt? great songwriter / performer; and Disturbed?extremely charasmatic lead singer, powerful performance, fun crowd.

AL: Lollapalloza summer before last? Audioslave, Jane's Addiction, Incubus, Jurrasic 5, The Donnas, and A Perfect Circle.

What have you been listening to lately?

AL: A lot of the new music off the shelves at WBOR, a lot of Moe, and several European CDs that my friend brought back from a year in Germany.

KH: Snow Patrol, Pencilgrass, Interpol.

Favorite artist?

KH: Rolling Stones, early Weezer, Rachmaninov and Manson...basically everything.

AL: Our Lady Peace.

Favorite album?

AL: Paul Simon's Graceland.

KH: I can't even pick an artist, let alone an album.

Favorite Beatles song?

KH: "The Long and Winding Road."

AL: "Hey Jude."

Alice, what can you tell us about the new WBOR zine?

AL: The new zine, Flip Your Shit, is a forum in which anybody can discuss music, share it with other people, or read about other people's experiences with it. We're attempting to broaden people's musical horizons and spread awareness about WBOR as a whole. No matter the kind of music you listen to, or what your opinions on the state of today's music, we encourage people to submit work to alee@bowdoin.edu.

Lee and Hessler can be heard playing music off the new shelf and requests on "The Emperor's New Grooves" Sunday nights, 8:30-10:00 p.m. on WBOR 91.1 FM.