Rockturnal With Scotty B

  • #5. Pat Benatar - Heartbreaker

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    American Rock singer Pat Benatar performs, with her band, onstage at My Father’s Place, Roslyn, New York, January 2, 1980. (Photo by Gary Gershoff/Getty Images)

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    Requested by – The Mander AKA Commander Chris M Rockturnaoling and Working in South Plainfield, NJ


    You made it on time! The Mander drops Rock N Roll Hall Of Famer Pat Benatar into the RRZ with Heartbreaker. It was released as a single in 1979 and became one of her signature songs, reaching the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The track’s opening guitar riff is instantly recognizable, and Benatar’s powerful vocals elevate the song to iconic status. Great Job Mander! Enjoy the show. Salute!

  • #4. The Police - Can't Stand Losing You


    Sting, Andy Summers, Stuart Copeland, Police 27-31 December 1983 Wembley Arena. (Photo by Solomon N’Jie/Getty Images)

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    Requested by – Colonel Villham in Boonton, NJ

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    Damn right I have room for The Police. They are one of my favorite bands of all time! I chose Can’t Stand losing you for Villham. Can’t Stand Losing you is from the Police’s 1978 debut album “Outlandos d’Amour”.It   is a testament to The Police’s unique blend of punk, reggae, and pop influences, and its enduring popularity is a testament to the band’s lasting influence on modern music. Great Job Villham! Salute!

  • #3. Twisted Sister - Burn In Hell


    Portrait of American Heavy Metal singer Dee Snider, of the group Twisted Sister, as he poses backstage at the Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, Illinois, December 21,1984. (Photo by Paul Natkin/Getty Images)

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    Requested by – The Airstream Astronaut Major Materd in Pequannock, NJ


    it was not that hot. I guess Major Materd does not have working AC in his Airstream? Heat from Hell is not here yet but its coming .  Burn In Hell is from Twisted Sisters 1984 Triple Platinum Stay Hungry. it’s a message of retribution and justice  with intense guitar riffs and menacing lyrics that showcase Twisted Sister’s unique sound and theatrical style that set them apart from other bands of their time. Great Job Major Materd ! Get that AC working! Swamp Ass Season will be here soon! Salute!

  • #2. The Good Life - Three Days Grace

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    BERLIN, GERMANY – September 23: (L-R) Barry Stock, Matt Walst and Brad Walst of the Three Days Grace perform in Berlin on September 23, 2022 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Pedro Becerra/Redferns)

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    Requested by The Kings of Clark Commanders Jeff and Michele K in Clark , NJ


    The Happy Campers back and out in the RV rockin the zone at their campsite at Belhaven Lake Resort in Green Bank Egg Harbor Township. time flies it seems like yesterday that they parked it for the winter. Well, they are back in the Good life with camping season back in swing with this warm spring weather. it is only appropriate that they chose The Good Life by Three Days Grace.The Good Life is a favorite of Three Days Grace fans. It’s from their 2011 album Transit of Venus that features then Lead vocalist Adam Gontier. . The song’s driving energy and uplifting lyrics make it a powerful anthem for anyone who has faced adversity and emerged stronger on the other side. Great job Kings Of Clark! Enjoy the Camping season and keep that Alexa tuned to Rockturnal on 105.5 WDHA! Salute!

  • #1. Drowning Pool - Bodies


    UNITED STATES – FEBRUARY 09: Photo of DROWNING POOL (Photo by Christina Radish/Redferns)

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    Requested by – Crazy Cousin Carl Rockturnaling and Working in Flanders, NJ


    Crazy Cousin Carl lands at #1 with Bodies by Drowning Pool. This track never gets old. If I could scream like David Wayne Williams does in this song, I would just sit in my bedroom and scream like that everyday. LOL!!  Bodies quickly became a hit in 2001 and has had a significant impact on the world of heavy metal. the heavy metal anthem has stood the test of time and has become a staple of rock radio and has been featured in numerous movies, TV shows, and video games. Bodies has also sparked controversy over the years. Some have criticized its violent imagery and suggested that it promotes aggression and even violence. However, the band has always maintained that the song is simply a celebration of the energy and adrenaline of a live concert, and that any violent interpretation of the lyrics is misguided. Sadly,  Lead singer David Wayne Williams passed away in 2002, just a year after the song’s release. His death was a tragic loss for the band and for the music world as a whole. However, “Bodies” has continued to live on as a testament to his talent and the band’s legacy. Great Job Crazy Cousin Carl. Your #1! Salute!

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