If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life, what would it be?
CR: "Teaser and the Firecat" by Cat Stevens.
GC: I listen to really random genres of music all the time, so I don't really have one favorite album that I can listen to nonstop. I just listen to my iPod on random all the time.
KL: The Harold and Maude soundtrack. There's seriously not a bad song on it.
Best spontaneous dance party music?
CR: Rob Walmart.
KL: "Girlfriend [Remix]" featuring Lil' Mama. It's a special song for the three of us.
What music gets you in the mood?
CR: I don't like what you're implying.
KL: "Sexy M.F." by Prince. Obviously.
If you were in a band, what would it be called and what kind of music would you play?
CR: We'd be called Chastity Belt and we'd make tribal chants.
GC: I have no musical talent, so I wouldn't even dream about being in a band.
KL: The Shellcatz would play Latin-infused folk jams. Key instruments are banjo, jug, accordion and guiro.
What's the best new music you've heard?
GC: I've been listening to VV Brown lately, but I also have been listening to stuff by Ellie Goulding and Florence and the Machine. Also Mikel McCavana (Bowdoin sophomore) has a CD out—GO GET IT (for $5)!!!
KL: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. They're SOOOOOO good!
If you could meet any musician, dead or alive, who would it be and why?
CR: Zac Pennington—he's my mega-crush.
KL: Johnny Cash. Because he is the original BAMF.
What is the first album you ever bought?
CR: Spice Girls' "Spice." I don't miss my childhood.
GC: Britney Spears' "Oops, I Did It Again."
KL: Cat Stevens, I think. My dad swayed my decision a bit.
Best guilty pleasure music?
CR: Single Ladies - Beyonce. Maybe you heard? It's one of the best videos of all time.
GC: I actually have too much guilty pleasure music, but the worst (or so my friends think) is Celine Dion. My friends make fun of me whenever she comes up on my iTunes shuffle.
KL: Beyonce, Taylor and Katy.
If you had to pick one song to be banned from Bowdoin what would it be?
CR: That Taylor Swift song.
GC: 3OH3's "Don't Trust Me." I actually liked this song in the beginning, but then it kept getting overplayed and I'm starting to get annoyed whenever it comes on.
KL: "Raise Songs to Bowdoin." It's time we admit it's a dud and come up with something catchier.
What's the best concert you've ever been to?
CR: YACHT had his CD release party on a boat called the Crystal Dolphin ("YACHT on a Yacht") as it sailed down the Willamette River. When Bobby Birdman played, he stopped after the first song and announced, "I think something's on fire." And everyone cheered, like, "Yeah, this party's so hot!" But actually he was serious; he had blown out the subwoofer and it was smoking, so for the rest of his set he taught us the bass lines and we all sang the parts for him.
GC: Either the Backstreet Boys comeback concert since it made me relive my childhood, or this Dave Matthews Band concert where, after leaving because security took my friend out, I sold my used ticket to a drunk guy for $50, thus making a profit.
KL: Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins, 2006 Tour.
Best road trip soundtrack?
CR: Thriller - Michael Jackson and Rei Momo - David Byrne.
GC: I would either have my iPod player in the car for a random shuffle of my library or a mixed CD that has 1) Tribute - Tenacious D, 2) Everywhere - Michelle Branch, 3) Our Song - Taylor Swift, 4) It's Tricky - Run DMC, and so on. It has to be something that I can sing to like an idiot with my friends since a road trip is all about having fun.
KL: Either a mix from a friend or the following three songs over and over. And over. "Collarbone" by Fujiya & Miyagi, "Will You Be There" by Michael Jackson, and "Hey Ma" by Cam'Ron.
If you could choose one song to play when you enter a room, what would it be?
CR: Nothing From Nothing - Billy Preston.
KL: That would be "Tengo la Voz" by the Nortec Collective. Listen to it. You will see why.
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-Compiled by Anya Cohen