[Metallica is asked to record a radio promo]
Lars Ulrich: Hey it's Lars from Metallica. I'm about to stick 50 grand up your ass...
James Hetfield: ...One dollar at a time.
Jason Newsted: At that time, the managers suggested that we have a psychotherapist come in. A man that meets with pro ball teams, you know - big-ego, big-dollar guys that can't get along, but have to make some kind of entity flow, so everybody else and everybody can make the money. And, uh, I actually said, "I think that this is really fucking *lame* - weak - that we cannot get together. Us! Look - the *biggest heavy band of all time*! The things we've been through and decisions we've made... about squillions of dollars and squillions of people... and this? We can't get over this?"
Kirk Hammett: So what's Jason's role in all this?
James Hetfield: What? Who?
Marc Reiter: OK, fine, I mean... But I don't think Jason has any role.
Cliff Burnstein: He lost his icon status when he left Metallica.
[Lars records a yell and falls to the ground, exhausted]
Lars Ulrich: [shouts] Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck!
Bob Rock: I want four of them. Do it again.
Robert Trujillo: [during Audition] I could try "Battery."
Lars Ulrich: Battery? You can play that fast with your fingers?
Robert Trujillo: Yeah!
Kirk Hammett: [in the "Tough Riff" scene from the Additional Scenes] Yeah, yeah. I got that. It's the notes in between that are fucking with me.
[after getting his anger out]
Lars Ulrich: Fuck. You see. Fuck. Fuuuck.
[in Hetfield's face]
Lars Ulrich: FUUUUCK!