If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life, what would it be?

SW: U2, "Joshua Tree," my favorite album of all time.

LL: Taylor Swift—her first self-titled album.

Best spontaneous dance party music?

SW: Thunder Road, or anything by Bruce. That may be more spontaneous sing-along than spontaneous dance party, though.

LL: Oldies like "Come on Eileen" or "Build Me Up Buttercup."

What music gets you in the mood?

SW: That really depends on a lot of factors. I will say gangsta rap, a cappella, hip-hop and cowboys are included.

LL: Definitely anything by a swooning cowboy. Tim McGraw always does the trick.

If you were in a band, what would it be called and what kind of music would you play?

SW: I would replace Taylor Swift.

LL: I would have my own musical...does that count?

What's the best new music you've heard?

SW: Party in the U.S.A. Genius. And, not new, but Jason Mraz is really underappreciated.

LL: Obviously Taylor Swift's new stuff.

If you could meet any musician, dead or alive, who would it be and why?

SW: I would meet Bruce. I would then seduce him, and we would run away together and live happily ever after. The end.

LL: Tim McGraw. Clearly we both have a thing for older men.

What's the first album you ever bought?

SW: Ricky Martin's self-titled album, just for "Livin' La Vida Loca" and "Shake Your Bon-Bon." Pretty much every other song was in Spanish. I wonder how much money I would have now if I hadn't spent it on things like that...

LL: The Spice Girls, "Spice." I still listen to it. A very smart purchase.

Best guilty pleasure music?

SW: Lil' Wayne. But I only feel guilty because of his criminal record.

LL: Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus. Yes, they are different.

If you had to pick one song to be banned from Bowdoin what would it be?

SW: More than one—all the tracks that skip in Moulton during dinner. That really pisses me off.

LL: Anything that can't be danced to.

What's the best concert you've ever been to?

SW: Bruce in New Jersey or Paul McCartney with MGMT at Fenway. I really can't decide. I can say for a fact that the best and longest concerts I've ever been to have been men around 60, so I'm pretty pumped for the future.

LL: Rolling Stones...the only concert I've ever been to. I don't count the Backstreet Boys.

Best road trip soundtrack?

SW: Anything I can sing to. Country definitely applies. I love getting those weird looks when I'm visibly belting out Faith Hill all alone in my car.

LL: The country mixes Sally makes for me...or that I steal from her.

If you could choose one song to play when you enter a room, what would it be?

SW: Someone once told me that my song is "Brick House" by The Commodores. I took that as a compliment.

LL: And someone recently told me mine is Tchaikovsky's "Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy." I also took it as a compliment.

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-Compiled by Anya Cohen