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"I remember in Sweden after Cliff died, as soon as we got out of the hospital. We all had minor injuries and we all came out and I just went straight for a bottle and just started screaming, "Where’s Cliff?" Just out of my head. Cliff was a good friend. He understood some of where I was coming from. And when he was taken from us, it was like an ally of mine in the band was gone. Where did Cliff go, why did he go? A lot of that stuff started appearing in lyrics." - James Hetfield

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Cliff was a total anomaly. To this day, I’m still trying to figure out everything I experienced with him. He was a bass player and played like a bassist. But, fucking hell, a lot of guitar sounds came out of it. He wrote a lot of guitar-centric runs. He always carried around a small acoustic guitar that was downtuned. I remember one time I picked it up and was like, ‘What is this thing even tuned to, like C?’ He explained that he liked it like that because he could really bend the strings. He would always come up with harmonies on that acoustic guitar. I would be sitting there playing my guitar and he’d pick up his bass and immediately start playing a harmony part. And he would also sing harmonies. I remember THE EAGLES would come on the radio and he would sing all the harmony parts, never the root.” - Kirk Hammett