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The "Learn to Fly" video, featuring the three band members (at the time) as no fewer than thirteen characters — Dave alone plays six!
The White Limo video. Shot in a VHS camcorder style, the video has Lemmy from Motorhead as a limo driver who accidentally hits bassist Nate Mendel. Rather than report the accident, Lemmy tosses him into the limo and picks up the remaining band members. After a few drinks, some implied marijuana use, and two random blonde women showing up, the video cuts to Stock Footage of a car flying off a cliff at the end, implying that the limo did the same.
The multicamera angles on Dave Grohl's Metal Scream are Funny Moments. Also Nate Mendel's ridiculous yellow T-shirt, green short shorts, old-school portable tape player, and roller skates.
The Stock Footage at the end is the same footage from the end of the Long Road To Ruin video.
Back in 2000, David Letterman asked Dave Grohl about the entire Metallica vs. Napster dustup. Dave's answer summed up the general public's reaction to Lars Ulrich.
Dave Grohl: "You know, I can see some garage band who depends on every single sale just to keep themselves going complaining about Napster, but when you're Lars Ulrich, a member of the biggest band on the planet, whose share of the last concert tour your band put on came to something like $80 million, I think you need to shut the fuck up and stop fucking whining!" (Naturally, CBS bleeped the profanity, but it was quite obvious what was being said.)
The band's tourriders describe the band's requirements for themselves and their crew in the most hilarious ways possible.