Ratt's "Round and Round" Rocks the Charts Again

DETROIT - JANUARY 9: American singer, songwriter, musician and leader of the glam metal band Ratt during their "Dancing Undercover Tour" on January 9, 1987, at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Ross Marino/Getty Images)
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It looks like the Billboard charts have got a Ratt problem.

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On the strength of the admittedly hilarious Geico insurance TV commercial featuring Stephen Pearcy and the band Ratt taking over a couple's otherwise great new home, the band's 1984 hit, "Round and Round" is back on the charts.

"What comes around goes around,," the group shared on Facebook. "RATT is back for more on the Billboard rock digital song sales charts with 'Round & Round.' The bands first hit single from their debut record “Out of the Cellar” in 1984 re enters the charts 2020."

The band shared a screen-grab showing "Round and Round" perched at #18 on Billboard's Rock Digital Song Sales Chart.

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