Talk:I Don't Care (Apocalyptica song)
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How is this song alternative metal????? just because it might be played by a metal band, doesnt mean it is metal. this song is clearly alternative rock. --Adozenlies97 (talk) —Preceding undated comment was added at 23:23, 29 December 2008 (UTC).
- 1, Sign your posts please. 2, It is an Alternative Metal/Chamber Music song, and yes, it does have guitar, and thats a Cello; not Violine. 21:40, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
The synopsis for the video seems a little silly. It's very undetailed and the green light shines from the very beginning of the video, it doesn't just come on at the end. Also, where's the source for the man in the room being "a friend of Gontier's"? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 18:51, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
Two different versions of the song
The original version of "I Don't Care" was recorded with Jacob Hellner as producer, and released on "Worlds Collide" album in Europe and elsewhere in the world in September 2007. However, Gontier wanted to re-record a new version with Howard Benson for the April 2008 album release in the US/Canada market. Both the length and the lyrics of the versions differ. The length of the 2007 version is 3:57 and the 2008 version 3:41. The album that is currently available from iTunes outside US/Can still has the old 3:57 version, but Itunes also has the single/US version available separately, titled "I Don't Care - single" (3:41). A lot of confusion. That first "old version" of the song included a line "I'm getting tired of this shit, I got no room when it's like this" which was replaced in the 2008 version with a more radio-friendly "I'm getting buried in this place I got no room you're in my face". Also other small changes in the lyrics, most notably to my ears perhaps Adam singing "sooo" at one point before the chorus is not in the single/US version. Another thing to add a little more confusion is that in my cd copy of "Worlds Collide" which I bought late 2008 the track on the disc is the new version, length 3:41, but in the booklet, although the credits mention Benson as the producer of "I Don't Care" instead of Hellner, the length is misprinted as 3:57. --Sk4170 (talk) 10:54, 13 August 2012 (UTC)