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Attatude Tattoo picks their favorite tunes.

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City Weekly is asking locals what’s playing on their iPods and assorted digital toys'brand-new tunes, classic favorites, etc.'right now, and why. This week, the crew at Attatude Tattoo (231 E. 2100 South, AttatudeTattoo.com) shares what they like to crank when applying the ink. Despite their hard-edged musical tastes, shop honcho Knox says, “Attatude is not your papa’s dirty-ass parlor.”

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Elvis Presley, “Jailhouse Rock”

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(1957, Elvis.com)

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Knox (owner/artist/piercer): “It’s a given!”

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Johnny Cash, “A Boy Named Sue”

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(1969, JohnnyCash.com)

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Knox: “I’d be looking to kick his ass, too!”

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Twisted Sister, “I Wanna Rock”

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(1984, TwistedSister.com)

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Jen (owner/office): “Who doesn’t?”

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Bloodhound Gang, “I Hope You Die”

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(2000, BloodhoundGang.com)

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Krystal (artist): “It’s the meanest thing you could say to somebody. Just listen, it’ll make you laugh, too!”

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3 Inches of Blood, “Axes of Evil”

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(2004, 3InchesofBlood.com)

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Cameron (artist): “Who wouldn’t? It’s a damn good song!”

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Dirty Sanchez, “Dig It”

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(2004, CleoRecs.com)

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Cameron: “It’s fun to dance to, especially with the girls … heh heh heh.”

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Rob Zombie, Hellbilly Deluxe (album)

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(1998, RobZombie.com)

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Storm (artist): “When I’m creating dark art on canvas, one of my horror dolls, or tattooing the flesh, I like to listen to either Cradle of Filth’s Damnation and a Day or this, because it pumps me up and gives me great nefarious inspiration.”

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Sindolor, “Frustrations Agony”

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(2005, MySpace.com/Sindolor)

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Reuben (artist): Very heavy, filled with energy'and it’s my band. Go listen and enjoy.

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Flogging Molly, “The Worst Day Since Yesterday”

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(2000, FloggingMolly.com)

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Kollin, aka “Big Gooch” (artist): “I don’t have to explain myself to you!”

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