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**The band itself was the star in a Advertising/{{Geico}} [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0o5cpVdaO0A commercial]] about a family complaining about a "rat problem" in the house -- which turned out to be the band continually playing "Round and Round."


You shot an arrow through my heart.''"

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You shot You'd put an arrow through my heart.''"

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* LooseLips: The Trope Naming phrase ("Loose lips sink ships") is mentioned in the chorus of "Slip of the Lip."

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* VideoFullOfFilmClips: "You're In Love" includes clips from ''Brother Rat'' and ''Film/LoveHappy'', with the famous scene between [[Creator/TheMarxBrothers Groucho Marx]] and Creator/MarilynMonroe in one of her first roles.


* CriticProof: Invoked by name in the 2004 edition of ''The New Magazine/RollingStone Album Guide'' in its review of ''Out of the Cellar.''



* HairMetal

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* HairMetalHairMetal: One of the best examples.



* XtremeKoolLetterz

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* XtremeKoolLetterzXtremeKoolLetterz: ''Ratt''


* TheCameo[=/=]CelebrityStar: Milton [=Berle=] appeared in the video for "Round and Round" since his (real life) nephew[[note]]Milton Berle was also known as "Uncle Miltie".[[/note]] was the band's manager at the time.

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* TheCameo[=/=]CelebrityStar: TheCameo[=/=]CelebrityStar:
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Milton [=Berle=] appeared in the video for "Round and Round" since his (real life) nephew[[note]]Milton Berle was also known as "Uncle Miltie".[[/note]] was the band's manager at the time.



* SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll: Yes to all.

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* SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll: SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll:
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Yes to all.



* SingerNamedrop: "Ratt Madness"

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* SingerNamedrop: SingerNamedrop:
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"Ratt Madness"



* YourCheatingHeart: "Shame Shame Shame," "Sweet Cheater"

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* YourCheatingHeart: "Shame Shame Shame," "Sweet Cheater"Cheater"
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[[caption-width-right:300:Crowning Music of Awesome]][[caption-width-right:300:Ratt's best known album.]]


-->''"I knew right from the beginning\\
That you would end up winning\\
I knew right from the start\\
You shot an arrow through my heart''"
-->-- '''Ratt''', ''"Round and Round"''





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\n->''"I knew right from the beginning,\\
That you would end up winning,\\
I knew right from the start,\\
You shot an arrow through my heart.''"
-->"Round and Round"


'''Ratt''' are an American HairMetal[=/=]HardRock band from San Diego, UsefulNotes/{{California}}. They are best known for their 1984 hit single, "Round and Round," from their debut full-length album ''Out of the Cellar.''

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'''Ratt''' Ratt are an American HairMetal[=/=]HardRock band from San Diego, UsefulNotes/{{California}}. They are best known for their 1984 hit single, "Round and Round," from their debut full-length album ''Out of the Cellar.''

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* FriendsWithBenefits: "Round and Round"


* TheCameo[=/=]CelebrityStar: Milton [=Berle=] appeared in the video for "Round and Round" since his nephew was the band's manager at the time.

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* TheCameo[=/=]CelebrityStar: Milton [=Berle=] appeared in the video for "Round and Round" since his nephew (real life) nephew[[note]]Milton Berle was also known as "Uncle Miltie".[[/note]] was the band's manager at the time.


** Also, that's Tawny [=Kitaen=] on the cover of ''Out of the Cellar.''

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** Also, that's Tawny [=Kitaen=] (Of "[[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Here I Go Again]]" video fame) on the cover of ''Out of the Cellar.''


* AlliterativeName: '''B'''obby '''B'''lotzer, '''C'''arlos '''C'''avazo, '''K'''eri '''K'''elli


* SanitySlippageSong: "I'm Insane."

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* SanitySlippageSong: SanitySlippageSong[=/=]IAmSong: "I'm Insane."


* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: A solid 5.



* SomethingBlues: "Mother Blues"

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* SomethingBlues: "Mother Blues"Blues"

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