The Priscillas

would have been the appropriate house band of «The Rocky Horror Picture Show». The four hair miracles dressed in cat suits turn their live gigs into costume parties and should – in a perfect world – perform in the next double feature by Quentin Tarantino and Roberto Rodriguez.

a song that reminds you of school
DeLillos - Neste Sommer

G: A song by a Norwegian band about the last day of your summer holiday. It’s that desperate feeling of not wanting to go back.

Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse Of The Heart

H: Really fancied her with a lazer beam accross her head on the album cover. She’s also officially Norway’s friend.

Madness - Baggy Trousers

K: Because we were doing the things they sung about.

best Beatles song
Wings - Live And Let Die


The Beatles - Helter Skelter

G & H: It rocks.

best concert you ever attended
Zombina & The Skeletons

H: Zombina & The Skeletons at Dirty Water or the Priscs supporting the Cramps at Astoria.

The Cramps

G: At Forum, London. Mainly because I was at the front and Lux held my hand (and licked it) all the way through «I Wanna Get In Your Pants». It was quite confusing for a wee girl!!

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

K: At the Hope and Anchor. He blew the roof, the floor, and the walls off. Then punched all the spotlights out.

your boozed up anthem
Kiss - Rock And Roll All Nite

K: Because I do.

Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse Of The Heart

G: It’s the one song that you can guarantee everyone screams to if it happens to come on, and everyone knows most of the lyrics to but would never admit to it when sober.

Motörhead - Ace Of Spades


a song guaranteed to make you feel depressed
Alanis Morissette - Ironic


Celine Dion

H: All of her.

The Cure - The Drowning Man


a record you fell in love to

K: The Nuggets Garage Punk compilation. I fell in love with Garage Punk when I first heard this and the relationship is still burning strong.

Motorpsycho - Plan #1

H: One of these guys that broke my heart.

Corona - The Rhythm of the Night

G: Okay, I was young, on holiday in Spain and hanging out by the bumper cars. This song was on constantly and the boys were oh so cute! 

first record you remember
Millie Small - My Boy Lollipop

G: It was on a 60s compilation that was constantly on in my parents car. It has a hilarious finger pops in the mouth sound on it.

Brotherhood Of Man - Save All Your Kisses For Me

K: I knew it was sinister and creepy, even though I was tiny.

Earl Bostic - Blows A Fuse

K: Hey, I was a precocious 10 year old.

The Beatles - Help!

H: I dropped it on the floor, it cracked and broke, obviously. Then I blamed my brother for having broken it, so I had a reason to get angry.

ABBA - Dancing Queen

H: My dad always played it in our car, which at the time was a beetle.

the song to be played at your funeral
Nancy Sinatra - You Only Live Twice


H: A great orchestra of drums playing a march for 10 minutes.

Wings - Live And Let Die

K: With full pyro display.

a song that evokes the greatest summer of your life
The Cramps - A Date With Elvis

G: It was the summer I was taken under the wing by a friend’s older brother who fed me Rockabilly, Garage Punk and American punk & hardcore. It was like hearing the dark gospel for the first time.

Enslaved - Below The Light

H: It was definitely not in the summer of 69, with my first real six string. Had a splendid time on the top of a mountain all summer, and Enslaved was constantly in the record player. Beautiful album!

Supergrass - Sun Hits The Sky

K: Because I listen to it every summer, and every summer is better than the last.

your ultimate heartbreak song
Tim Rose - I’m Gonna Be Strong

G: A love song about a Real Man letting his woman go without pleading and crying even if his heart just plopped on the floor. And it's just under two minutes!

PJ Harvey - The Mountain

H: Just a really good song! Love her voice and the words.

The Beach Boys - God Only Knows

K: Because when you listen to this you know Brian’s been heartbroken too.

perfect anthem for London
The Kinks - Waterloo Sunset

G: I sing it everytime I cross the bridge or pass the station.

Lord Kitchener - London Is The Place For Me

K: Joyful calypso about an experience that for Jamaican immigrants was probably anything but joyful. Heartbreaking.

The Priscillas - All The Way To Holloway


your party anthem
Donna Summer - I Feel Love


Human Beinz - Nobody But Me


The Priscillas

H: The Priscillas’ new album that will be out soon!

first record you bought
Trond-Viggo Torgersen - Kua Med Fletter

G: A brilliantly surreal and hilarious Norwegian children's record about cows with plats and wonky udders.

a song that reminds your friends of you
The Sonics - The Witch

G: I have my own theme song that plays every time I enter a room.

H: All songs in the world I guess.

K: «The Witch» – It’s the only song I can sing.

best soundtrack ever
Franco Godi - Signor Rossi Soundtrack

G: From my all time favourity cartoon. Italian strangeness, surrealism and very bright colours at its best.

Paul Giovanni - The Wicker Man

K: «The Wicker Man» by Paul Giovanni.

Lost Highway

H: «Lost Highway», featuring Nine Inch Nails, Rammstein, Lou Reed, David Bowie and of course Angelo Badalamenti.

your sunday morning song
Edith Piaf - Mon Legionnaire

G: I have a Chansons Francaise compilation that I listen to on lazy mornings.

The Monkees - Pleasant Valley Sunday

K: Even though every time I listen to it I wish I lived in California in 1966.

The Who - My Generation


a song you wish you'd written yourself
Dead Kennedys - Holiday In Cambodia
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

G: The perfect pop song & great guitar riff. Or «Bohemian Rhapsody» by Queen. Imagine the royalty cheques! Bring on retirement.

ZZ Top - Sharp Dressed Man

H: The structure is just genious, and you instantly want to sing along. Oh, cheese!

The Turtles - Happy Together

K: A summer of sun and love distilled into three perfect minutes.

If you were stranded on a deserted island you would...
take these three books along:

K: Qu’ran / John Kennedy Toole: «A Confederacy of Dunces» / Mervyn Peake: «The Gormenghast Trilogy»

H: Haruki Murakami: «Kafka on The Shore» / Tony Fletcher: «Dear Boy», it’s about Keith Moon’s life / a dictionary

take these three CDs/records with you:
David Bowie - Pin Ups
Leos Janacek - Glagolitic Mass


Various - Girls in the Garage Vol. 1 - 3


Motorpsycho - Demon Box


Radiohead - Kid A


Broken Social Scene - You Forgot It In People


take these three DVDs along:

K: «Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?» by the Coen Brothers / «Pi» by Darren Aronofsky / «West Side Story» by Jerome Robbins

H: «Shaun Of the Dead» by Edgar Wright / «E.T.» by Steven Spielberg / «Happy Go Lucky» by Mike Leigh

take these three games along:

K: Guitar Hero / Zelda (on the Nintendo Wii) / Scrabble

H: Hoola Hoops / Yatzy / Playing Cards

start to learn these three things:

K: Japanese / fishing / wanking

H: speak Italian / how to build a boat / Scuba Diving

miss these three things the most about living in a city:

K: cosy bed / loud music / meat

H: ability to see bands every day / be anonymous / have the endless amount of options to do whatever you like any time

invite these three persons for a weekend:

K: Ray Mears / Jonathan Ross / Freddie Mercury

H: Keith Moon / Elvis Presley / Jack White

get these three pets:

K: tapir / another tapir / and another one