Lars Ulrich, drummer for the heavy-metal band Metallica, suggested that the U.S. Congress should step in to stop MP3-swapping services like Napster “before this whole Internet thing runs amok.”

Ulrich made the comments, along with many others, during an hour-long Web chat on, Metallica’s first public interaction with fans since the band became the first to file suit against Napster.

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