First single bought (by yourself, not bought for you)? Man, that's a difficult one. Probably "Doctor Who"/"The Astronauts" which I got from a sci-fi mail order store when I was young-ish. Or it could have been "Hey Jude" by The Beatles. I was much more into LPs than 45s.
First album bought? Now why couldn't it ask "First CD bought" cuz I remember that! ;-) How about John Denver and the Muppets Christmas Album? Or an album by the Monkees. I bought so many albums when I was younger. The first CD I bought was The Rutles - got it long before we had a CD player (it didn't come out as an LP record).
Last single bought? MP3: "Pressure" by Billy Joel. CD: "Before" by The Pet Shop Boys.
Last album bought? MP3: Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. CD: Audio by Blue Man Group. LP: The Pirate Movie (a recent score on eBay - still looking for Grimms third album, Sleeper, however, so I still have one last LP to locate).
First band seen live? Heart (my sister was the fan - I went to two of their concerts with her).
Last band seen live? Stomp (though I nearly fell asleep in places, thanks to having just flown into London that morning).
Best live band? Squirrel Nut Zippers.
Worst live band? The opener for the first Heart concert that Amy and I went to. I don't remember who they were, but they were too loud and the music was unmemorable.
Five favourite genres? Dance, novelty, anarchy, rock/pop, Celtic.
Genre you hate? Not terribly fond of Country & Western.
Last song sung along to? "Jesus Christ, Superstar." (Well, it *was* Easter!)
Best remix? Dunno.
Worst remix? Dunno.
Best cover version? "New York Mining Disaster" by Chumbawamba. (It's a cover of a Bee Gees tune.)
Worst cover version? Dunno.
First music related crush? Julie Andrews, of course! :-)
Current music related crush? I've seen Sylvester McCoy in a musical, does that count? ;-)
Collaboration you'd like to hear? Chumbawamba & the Pet Shop Boys.
Best band from your home country? The Monkees. (Heh!)
Most embarrassing item in your music collection? Indian Rope Trick, a Beatle bootleg album that I got simply for "The Pirate Song" by George Harrison. Thankfully, I've got an MP3 of it that's in far better shape than the version on the album.
Strangest thing in your music collection? Monty Python's Matching Tie and Handkerchief which is a 3-sided album.
Five songs to take the world on to -
"Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin
"The Theatre" by The Pet Shop Boys
"Homophobia" by Chumbawamba
"Cleanin' Out My Closet" by Eminem
"Games Without Frontiers" by Peter Gabriel
And speaking of music, I discovered another group that I'm going to have to give more airtime to. Leftfield seems like my kind of music.