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Music for every mood!

music Updated: Jan 28, 2009 20:00 IST
as told to Nikhil Taneja
as told to Nikhil Taneja
Hindustan Times
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MTV VJ and actor, Purab Kohli who recently appeared in the film Rock on!!, opens his music vault to Nikhil Taneja...

Song during school years: Summer of ’69 from Reckless (Bryan Adams).. though it was more like the summer of ’94

Song during college years: Boom boom boom from 1 Polish 2 Biscuits and a Fish Sandwich (The Outhere Brothers)

Song during first love: More than words from Extreme II: Pornograffiti (Extreme)

Song during first heartbreak: All out of love from Lost in Love (Air Supply)

Song for all seasons: Shiny happy people from Out of Time (R.E.M.)

Song to headbang to: Enter sandman from Metallica’s self-titled album or I-E-A-I-A-I-O from Steal This Album! (System of a Down) or Zehreele from Rock On!! (Suraj Jaggan)

Song to dance to: World, hold on from Western Dream (Bob Sinclair) or Maa da laadla from Dostana (Salim Shehzada)

Song for gymming: Same as the ones to dance to

Song for long walks: Paris (Joshua Kadison)

Song for drives: It can’t be just one song.. it has to be my entire hard drive’s music

Song for rain: Tip tip barsa paani from Mohra (Sadhana Sargam and Sonu Niigaam)

Song for mornings: Soundtrack of Motorcycle Diaries or some opera

Song for parties: Tubthumping (I get knocked down) from Tubthumber (Chumbawmba)

Song when stressed: Allah ke bande from Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II (Kailash Kher)

Song when cheerful: The 59th street bridge song from Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme (Simon and Garfunkel)

Song when romantic: Hallelujah from Various Positions (Leonard Cohen)

Song when mad as hell: Bullets with butterfly wings from Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (The Smashing Pumpkins)

Song when inspired: Title track from Kandisa (Indian Ocean)

Song to serenade a girl with: Hallelujah from Floating into the Night (Jeff Buckley)

Song to be serenaded with: Title track from When did you leave heaven (Lisa Ekdahl)

Song of a colleague: Savera (Ankur Tiwari)

Song that you featured in: Le chale from My Brother Nikhil (Shaan)

Song that others connect you with: Kya mujhe pyaar hai from Woh Lamhe (Kay Kay).. funnily, my bobbing around in the video got me more attention than ever before

Song that best describes you: Bits and pieces of many songs

(as told to Nikhil Taneja)