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When you pick up the Guardian, you might wonder who these editors really are. After all, the god-like characters that produce such a politically balanced, high-quality newspaper may seem out of reach to the common student.

One might wonder, how can I ever relate to such talent?

Or one might ask, is it possible that I have something in common with these journalistic demagogues?

The next logical query would be, do these people actually breathe the same air that I do?

Well, the editors have provided me with a list of their five favorite albums. With this you may conclude that these people are human after all.

You might think, “”Hey, they listen to the same crappy pop music that I do!”” Or, “”Hey, they listen the same great post-industrial-two-chord-rage-chill-out-techno-euro-pop music that I listen to!””

Agree or disagree? Please submit your Top 5 Favorite Albums to: [email protected].

They run the Guardian, but do they see eye-to-eye?

ALISON NORRIS

Editor in Chief

1. “”Blood Sugar Sex Majik”” – Red Hot Chili Peppers

2. “”Nevermind”” – Nirvana

3. “”The Singles Soundtrack”” – various artists

4. “”Use Your Illusion II”” – Guns ‘n’ Roses

5. “”The Ultimate Experience”” – Jimi Hendrix

JEFFREY WHITE

Editor in Chief

1. “”No Jacket Required”” – Phil Collins

2. “”Blood Sugar Sex Majik”” – Red Hot Chili Peppers

3. “”Achtung Baby”” – U2

4. “”In Utero”” – Nirvana

5. “”Niandra Ladies and Usually Just a T-Shirt”” – John Frusciante

LAUREN I. COARTNEY

Managing Editor

1. “”Siamese Dream”” – Smashing Pumpkins

2. “”Parachutes”” – Coldplay

3. “”Tidal”” – Fiona Apple

4. “”The Joshua Tree”” – U2

5. “”From the Choirgirl Hotel”” – Tori Amos

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