I'm going with Ink City Tattoo in Bonney Lake. They have an artist there that has done some really fucking nice work on some of my friends and charges about half what Hidden Hand does. Appointment is all set up for the 27th
Nah. Not Guns n Roses. They had one album in the late 80s. Metallica's greatest chunk of discography had already come out by then. There is no legacy to GnR. Just one album that people never shut the fuck up about.
Except if you poll a thousand people, you'd be lucky to find one person that has heard of The Knife. They're absolutely one of my favorite bands, but they are far to reclusive to be considered iconic or important on a global musical scale.
I'm not getting into this right before I go to bed, but don't confuse most important musician with best musician. I already said I don't like his music, but I recognize the incredible story of his career, the icon he has become, and the influence he's had on millions of people. After watching his Sound City Players documentary I had no doubt left in my mind.