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

WH: "Electric Warrior" by T. Rex. (And the bonus tracks too, please.)

CM: Is "Abbey Road" too trite? Well, I don't care. "Abbey Road."

Best spontaneous dance party music?

WH: "Boogie Shoes" by K.C. And The Sunshine Band. Because all my (my my my my) shoes are boogie shoes.

CM: I gotta say, Willy nailed it. I got nothin' to top that.

What music gets you in the mood?

WH: "Heroes" by David Bowie. Nothing like hearing that freaky bastard sing about dolphins.

CM: "Just Like a Baby" by Sly & The Family Stone: seductive despair at its very best.

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

WH: Beat Seeking Missile. (Mindless booty shaking.)

CM: That's a tough one. Is "Marshall Law" taken? Ideally it would be a Rick Springfield cover band. Actually, we'd just play "Jesse's Girl" over and over again.

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

WH: I like Girls and Caribou. The new LCD Soundsystem record is/will be/always was going to be amazing.

CM: Hockey's latest (and only) album, "Mind Chaos." Great sound. Good promise. Also, "Hospice" by The Antlers. Powerful stuff.

If your radio show could host any musician, dead or alive, who would it be and why?

WH: I've often told Dan Jose that, dead or alive, he will come on our radio show. Maybe now, Daniel?

CM: Orpheus. Need I say more?

What's the first album you ever bought?

WH: "Big Willie Style" by Will Smith.

CM: I want to say "The White Album," but I think it might actually have been "Fashion Nugget," by Cake.

Favorite guilty pleasure music?

WH: "Lucky" by Britney Spears. I stole the choice from my roommate and now I feel even guiltier.

CM: Dylan's latest stuff. I mean, we all know it's not going to be Highway 61 Revisited revisited, so why be disappointed?

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

WH: Don't ban music.

CM: I agree, but can I say "Jesse's Girl"? That might put my band in a tough spot, though.

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

WH: Bruce Springsteen at the planetarium at the Natural History Museum in NYC will soon have to step aside for the LCD Soundsystem show I'm seeing in late May.

CM: Without a doubt it's gotta be Parliament Funkadelic, playing a four-hour set in the heart of C.C.

Best road trip soundtrack?


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

WH: The two tones that sound before scene changes on Law & Order. (And loud.)

CM: The choral finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony... turned to 11.

Thelonious Crunk with DJ Thrilliam Glameline and Mr. Mojo Molin airs Saturday and this Saturday only from 11-12 p.m. on WBOR 91.1 FM.

- Compiled by Rachel Goldman.