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I Don't Care Anymore
Featured in Episode
Artist(s)
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
39 (March 26, 1983, three weeks)
Year Released
1983
Album
Hello, I Must Be Going
Writer(s)
Phil Collins
RIAA Certification
NONE
Sequence song appears
Crockett and Tubbs head to Amato bust
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"I Don't Care Anymore" is a song performed by Phil Collins, recorded on his album Hello, I Must Be Going in 1983. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "No Exit".

NotesEdit

  • Just like his song "In The Air Tonight" in the pilot episode "Brother's Keeper", "I Don't Care Anymore" is used to build up to the climax of the episode (Amato's bust).
  • The song ties in somewhat to the plot of the episode; Collins wrote the song as a means of voicing his anger over the collapse of his first marriage, while the episode depicts a woman trying to escape an abusive marriage.
  • After the follow-up single "I Cannot Believe It's True" only reached #79 in June, 1983, Phil Collins would not have another single chart below the Billboard Top 40 until "Who Said I Would" reached #73 in March 1991, hitting the top 10 twelve consecutive times and having seven #1 hits.

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