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"It's been hard, Lars," a choked-up Dave Mustaine, lead singer of Megadeth, tells Lars Ulrich, drummer for Metallica. "Everything you touch turns to gold and everything I do backfires," he says, going on to explain that he thinks people even shout "Metallica" at him on the street as a heckle.
Ulrich sits back and takes this in. "Do I feel guilt?" he wonders aloud.
"Have you thought about what I went through?" continues Mustaine. "Have you got any idea?"
Mustaine, who was one of the original members of Metallica, was fired from the band by Ulrich in 1983, and this touchy-feely therapy session is one of the stranger scenes in the new documentary "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster".
Ulrich and Mustaine spend several hours discussing their pain, all of which is supervised by Phil Towle, Metallica's therapist/ performance enhancement coach.
"That's a historic scene," says Joe Berlinger, one of the directors of the documentary. "It just shows the degree to which Lars was willing to explore his past and it's an incredibly touching and moving scene. Lars has been accused of being incredibly egotistical in the past and yet here he is willing to hear the damage he caused somebody. And here's Dave Mustaine, who is not quite Metallica, but he's sold 15 million records and Megadeth is a world-renowned band and yet it's not good enough for him. The long shadow of Metallica is still cast upon him."
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