Following Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland's decision to quit the Bizkit, British weekly pop rag, NME, is reporting--with excerpts from an interview with the band's former producer, Ross Robinson--that Wes left the band because he no longer wanted to "sell out." When asked what prompted Borland's decision, Ross replied, "What do you think? He's following his heart. He's a person of integrity. He doesn't sell out for money any more."