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Metallica’s Catalog Hits Spotify, Lars Ulrich Takes Part In Discussion With Napster Founder Sean Parker

Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich recently sat in on a moderated discussion with Napster founder/current Spotify board member Sean Parker. While the chat chiefly took place to announce that Metallica‘s catalog is now available on the Spotify streaming service; it also saw the pair revisit their past legal battles. You can watch that below:

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  • SenorSuarez
    • SenorSuarez

      Grab asses, bad!

      • ExOblivione

        That was the first thing I thought of when I saw this. Fire, bad!

  • cma3585

    So Metallica a week ago maintains the rights to all their music and now it’s on Spotify. Solid.

  • Fred Fred Burger (Darkdevout)

    This was pretty cool of them I suppose.

  • damn (your mom’s balls)

    I wonder if they will put LULU up on Spotify? That way even more people will think it sucks balls.

    • Fred Fred Burger (Darkdevout)

      You just love using Lulu don’t you? I’m a major Lou Reed fanatic, it was funny to see how people reacted to the album, I’ll admit the album isn’t good but it isn’t the piece of shit that most Metallica fans make of it.

  • http://facebook.com/omgxero OmgXero

    when need an “um” counter when Lars talks. Its as bad as Rob Zombies “yeahs”

    • Metalinfect

      Yes, thank you! That’s fucking annoying.

  • Crowbar233

    Uhm…

  • Lifeseclipse

    Look at all that forehead!

  • JohnnyWetTowel

    All of that felt really, really awkward.

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