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One Hit Wonders 2000

Posted on July 31, 2013 by Comments are off

One Hit Wonders 2000

Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ Services 2000 one hit Wonders

2000

Song Performer Date
“Dancin'” Guy January 1, 2000
“Don’t Say You Love Me” M2M January 8, 2000
“Blue (Da Ba Dee)” Eiffel 65 January 29, 2000
“Take a Picture” Filter February 5, 2000
“One Night Stand” J-Shin featuring LaTocha Scott February 26, 2000
“Another Dumb Blonde” Hoku March 11, 2000
“All the Small Things” Blink-182 March 25, 2000
“Lessons Learned” Tracy Lawrence April 8, 2000
“It Feels So Good” Sonique April 22, 2000
“Wobble Wobble” 504 Boyz May 6, 2000
“I Wish” Carl Thomas May 13, 2000
“Shackles (Praise You)” Mary Mary May 13, 2000
“I Try” Macy Gray May 20, 2000
“Better Off Alone” Alice Deejay June 3, 2000
“Swear It Again” Westlife July 1, 2000
“Absolutely (Story of a Girl)” Nine Days July 22, 2000
“Back Here” BBMak July 29, 2000
“Dance Tonight” Lucy Pearl July 29, 2000
“I Wanna Be with You” Mandy Moore August 12, 2000
“I Will Love Again” Lara Fabian August 12, 2000
“Purest of Pain (A Puro Dolor)” Son by Four August 19, 2000
“No More” Ruff Endz September 2, 2000
“One Voice” Billy Gilman September 2, 2000
“Faded” soulDecision featuring Thrust September 9, 2000
“Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)” Aaron Carter September 16, 2000
“Who Let the Dogs Out?” Baha Men October 21, 2000
“Liar” Profyle October 28, 2000
“Gotta Tell You” Samantha Mumba December 9, 2000

2001

Song Performer Date
“Dance with Me” Debelah Morgan January 6, 2001
“So in Love with Two” Mikaila January 6, 2001
“Hemorrhage (In My Hands)” Fuel January 20, 2001
“Crazy for This Girl” Evan and Jaron March 3, 2001
“Around the World (La La La La La)” ATC March 3, 2001
“Butterfly” Crazy Town March 24, 2001
“Get Over Yourself” Eden’s Crush March 31, 2001
“No More (Baby I’ma Do Right)” 3LW April 7, 2001
“Who I Am” Jessica Andrews April 7, 2001
“Breathless” The Corrs April 7, 2001
“Oochie Wally” QB’s Finest April 21, 2001
“Never Had a Dream Come True” S Club 7 May 12, 2001
“Heard It All Before” Sunshine Anderson May 12, 2001
“Maybe I Deserve” Tank May 12, 2001
“South Side” Moby May 26, 2001
“My Baby” Lil’ Romeo June 30, 2001
“Hit ’em Up Style (Oops!)” Blu Cantrell July 21, 2001
“She’s All I Got” Jimmy Cozier July 21, 2001
“Drive” Incubus July 28, 2001
“I Wanna Be Bad” Willa Ford August 4, 2001
“Start the Commotion” The Wiseguys August 25, 2001
“Because I Got High” Afroman September 8, 2001
“What I Really Meant to Say” Cyndi Thomson September 22, 2001
“God Bless the USA” Lee Greenwood September 29, 2001
“What’s Going On” Artists Against AIDS Worldwide October 13, 2001
“Smooth Criminal” Alien Ant Farm November 10, 2001
“Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly” Aaron Tippin December 29, 2001

2002

Song Performer Date
“Wherever You Will Go” The Calling March 16, 2002
“Don’t You Forget It” Glenn Lewis March 16, 2002
“Youth of the Nation” P.O.D. April 6, 2002
“I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” Chris Cagle April 13, 2002
“What If She’s an Angel” Tommy Shane Steiner May 4, 2002
“I Don’t Have to Be Me (’til Monday)” Steve Azar May 25, 2002
“Addictive” Truth Hurts June 8, 2002
“Wasting My Time” Default June 8, 2002
“The Middle” Jimmy Eat World June 22, 2002
“Days Go By” Dirty Vegas June 29, 2002
“Still Fly” Big Tymers July 20, 2002
“Down 4 U” Irv Gotti presents The Inc. August 3, 2002
“Heaven” DJ Sammy and Yanou featuring Do August 10, 2002
“Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo” Tracy Byrd September 21, 2002
“Po’ Folks” Nappy Roots November 9, 2002

2003

Song Performer Date
“Something” Lasgo February 1, 2003
“You Can’t Hide Beautiful” Aaron Lines February 15, 2003
“Tell Me” Smilez and Southstar March 8, 2003
“Blowin’ Me Up (With Her Love)” J.C. Chasez March 8, 2003
“All the Things She Said” t.A.T.u. March 15, 2003
“Don’t Know Why” Norah Jones March 15, 2003
“Emotional Rollercoaster” Vivian Green March 29, 2003
“Angel” Amanda Perez May 3, 2003
“Beware of the Boys (Mundian To Bach Ke)” Panjabi MC May 17, 2003
“No Letting Go” Wayne Wonder May 31, 2003
“Say Yes” Floetry June 14, 2003
“Never Scared” Bone Crusher June 21, 2003
“Did My Time” Korn August 9, 2003
“Never Leave You (Uh Oooh, Uh Oooh)” Lumidee August 16, 2003
“I Want You” Thalía August 23, 2003
“The Boys of Summer” The Ataris September 20, 2003
“Clubbin'” Marques Houston November 1, 2003
“Headstrong” Trapt November 15, 2003
“Stacy’s Mom” Fountains of Wayne November 15, 2003
“Wave on Wave” Pat Green November 29, 2003
“(There’s Gotta Be) More to Life” Stacie Orrico December 13, 2003
“Why Can’t I?” Liz Phair December 20, 2003

2004

Song Performer Date
“Gigolo” Nick Cannon January 10, 2004
“F%ck It (I Don’t Want You Back)” Eamon February 21, 2004
“The Reason” Hoobastank June 19, 2004
“Ocean Avenue” Yellowcard June 26, 2004
“Scandalous” Mis-Teeq July 10, 2004
“Dreams” Diana DeGarmo July 17, 2004
“Turn Me On” Kevin Lyttle featuring Spragga Benz August 14, 2004
“I Like That” Houston[ August 14, 2004
“Lean Back” Terror Squad August 21, 2004
“Heaven” Los Lonely Boys August 21, 2004
“1985” Bowling for Soup November 13, 2004
“Tempted to Touch” Rupee November 20, 2004
“Broken” Seether featuring Amy Lee December 18, 2004

2005

Song Performer Date
“Across the Universe” Various artists March 5, 2005
“Nothin’ to Lose” Josh Gracin March 19, 2005
“Some Cut” Trillville featuring Cutty March 26, 2005
“Cry Baby/Piece of My Heart” Joss Stone April 2, 2005
“Girlfight” Brooke Valentine featuring Big Boi June 4, 2005
“B.Y.O.B.” System of a Down June 4, 2005
“Collide” Howie Day June 18, 2005
“Inside Your Heaven” Bo Bice July 9, 2005
“Goin’ Crazy” Natalie July 16, 2005
“Scars” Papa Roach August 6, 2005
“Summer Nights” Lil Rob August 6, 2005
“Listen to Your Heart” D.H.T. August 20, 2005
“Feel Good Inc.” Gorillaz August 20, 2005
“Make Her Feel Good” Teairra Mari August 27, 2005
“Just the Girl” The Click Five September 3, 2005
“Beverly Hills” Weezer October 8, 2005
“Here We Go” Trina December 3, 2005
“Seasons of Love” Cast of Rent December 17, 2005
“Kryptonite (I’m on It)” Purple Ribbon All-Stars December 31, 2005

2006

Song Performer Date
“Laffy Taffy” D4L January 14, 2006
“What I’ve Been Looking For” Ashley Tisdale and Lucas Grabeel February 11, 2006
“You’re Beautiful” James Blunt March 11, 2006
“King Without a Crown” Matisyahu March 25, 2006
“Bad Day” Daniel Powter April 8, 2006
“Let U Go” Ashley Parker Angel May 6, 2006
“What’s Left of Me” Nick Lachey May 13, 2006
“For You I Will (Confidence)” Teddy Geiger May 13, 2006
“Girl Next Door” Saving Jane May 20, 2006
“Where’d You Go” Fort Minor featuring Jonah Matranga and Holly Brook June 10, 2006
“Miss Murder” AFI June 24, 2006
“Leave the Pieces” The Wreckers June 24, 2006
“Do I Make You Proud” Taylor Hicks July 1, 2006
“Stars Are Blind” Paris Hilton July 8, 2006
“Torn” LeToya July 8, 2006
“Crazy” Gnarls Barkley July 22, 2006
“Me & U” Cassie July 22, 2006
“I Write Sins Not Tragedies” Panic! at the Disco August 26, 2006
“Shoulder Lean” Young Dro August 26, 2006
“About Us” Brooke Hogan August 26, 2006
“Here It Goes Again” OK Go September 23, 2006
“Hate Me” Blue October October 7, 2006
“Chasing Cars” Snow Patrol October 14, 2006
“Chain Hang Low” Jibbs October 21, 2006
“I Loved Her First” Heartland October 28, 2006
“Gallery” Mario Vazquez November 11, 2006

2007

Song Performer Date
“Walk Away (Remember Me)” Paula DeAnda] featuring The D.E.Y. January 6, 2007
“Through Glass” Stone Sour January 6, 2007
“Push It to the Limit” Corbin Bleu February 3, 2007
“Here (In Your Arms)” hellogoodbye February 17, 2007
“Boston” Augustana March 3, 2007
“Throw Some D’s” Rich Boy featuring Polow da Don March 31, 2007
“The Way I Live” Baby Boy da Prince April 7, 2007
“Face Down” Red Jumpsuit Apparatus April 7, 2007
“Rock Yo Hips” Crime Mob May 12, 2007
“Icky Thump” The White Stripes May 19, 2007
“Pop, Lock & Drop It” Huey June 2, 2007
“Party Like a Rockstar” Shop Boyz June 9, 2007
“You Give Love a Bad Name” Blake Lewis June 9, 2007
“Lost in This Moment” Big & Rich June 23, 2007
“Rehab” Amy Winehouse June 30, 2007
“Lean like a Cholo” Down AKA Kilo June 30, 2007
“A Bay Bay” Hurricane Chris July 28, 2007
“Potential Breakup Song” Aly & AJ August 4, 2007
“Wait for You” Elliott Yamin August 18, 2007
“Whine Up” Kat DeLuna September 22, 2007
“1234” Feist October 13, 2007
“The Way I Am” Ingrid Michaelson October 27, 2007
“Hood Figga” Gorilla Zoe November 3, 2007
“Duffle Bag Boy” Playaz Circle December 22, 2007

2008

Song Performer Date
“New Soul” Yael Naïm February 23, 2008
“Sorry” Buckcherry March 1, 2008
“Dey Know” Shawty Lo March 22, 2008
“She Got It” 2 Pistols featuring Tay Dizm April 19, 2008
“Just Got Started Lovin’ You” James Otto May 17, 2008
“Mercy” Duffy May 31, 2008
“Shake It” Metro Station June 28, 2008
“All Around Me” Flyleaf June 28, 2008
“Get Silly” V.I.C. July 5, 2008
“Handlebars” Flobots August 9, 2008
“Corona and Lime” Shwayze August 16, 2008
“All Summer Long”[J7] Hit Masters September 6, 2008
“Love Remains the Same” Gavin Rossdale September 13, 2008
“Just Stand Up!” Artists Stand Up to Cancer September 20, 2008
“Fall for You” Secondhand Serenade September 20, 2008
“American Boy” Estelle September 27, 2008
“All Summer Long”[J7] The Rock Heroes October 11, 2008
“Spotlight” Jennifer Hudson October 25, 2008
“Addicted” Saving Abel November 22, 2008
“Shattered (Turn the Car Around)” O.A.R. December 13, 2008

2009

Song Performer Date
“Pop Champagne” Ron Browz January 3, 2009
“Untouched” The Veronicas February 7, 2009
“Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)” A. R. Rahman March 5, 2009
“All the Above” Maino March 21, 2009
“I Love College” Asher Roth April 11, 2009
“Second Chance” Shinedown June 20, 2009
“Goodbye” Kristinia DeBarge June 20, 2009
“That’s Not My Name” The Ting Tings August 8, 2009
“Send It On” Disney’s Friends for Change August 29, 2009
“Wanted” Jessie James August 29, 2009
“Ice Cream Paint Job” Dorrough September 19, 2009
“I Will Not Bow” Breaking Benjamin September 19, 2009
“Uprising” Muse October 3, 2009
“Say Hey (I Love You)” Michael Franti and Spearhead featuring Cherine Anderson October 17, 2009
“Drop It Low” Ester Dean October 31, 2009

One Hit wonders 1990’s

Posted on July 29, 2013 by Comments are off

One Hit wonders 1990’s

Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ Service 1990's One Hit Wonders

1990

Song Performer Date
“Swing the Mood” Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers January 13, 1990
“I Want You” Shana January 13, 1990
“Just a Friend” Biz Markie March 17, 1990
“C’mon and Get My Love” D Mob March 17, 1990
“No Myth” Michael Penn March 24, 1990
“You’re the Only Woman” The Brat Pack March 31, 1990
“Don’t Wanna Fall in Love” Jane Child April 14, 1990
“If U Were Mine” The U-Krew April 14, 1990
“Nothing Compares 2 U” Sinéad O’Connor April 21, 1990
“Whole Wide World (From True Love)” A’me Lorain April 28, 1990
“I Wanna Be Rich” Calloway May 5, 1990
“House of Pain” Faster Pussycat May 12, 1990
“Getting Away with It” Electronic May 19, 1990
“Ooh La La (I Can’t Get Over You)” Perfect Gentlemen June 2, 1990
“Turtle Power (From Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)” Partners in Kryme June 2, 1990
“I’ll See You in My Dreams” Giant June 9, 1990
“Always and Forever” Whistle June 9, 1990
“The Ballad of Jayne” L.A. Guns June 30, 1990
“Sittin’ in the Lap of Luxury” Louie Louie July 7, 1990
“Notice Me” Nikki July 7, 1990
“Dare to Fall in Love” Brent Bourgeois July 7, 1990
“Mentirosa” Mellow Man Ace July 21, 1990
“Bad of the Heart” George Lamond July 21, 1990
“Pure” The Lightning Seeds July 28, 1990
“Girls Nite Out” Tyler Collins August 4, 1990
“We’re All in the Same Gang” The West Coast Rap All-Stars August 11, 1990
“The Girl I Used to Know” Brother Beyond August 25, 1990
“Tic-Tac-Toe” Kyper September 1, 1990
“Epic” Faith No More September 8, 1990
“Tell Me Something” Indecent Obsession September 15, 1990
“Dirty Cash (Money Talks)” The Adventures of Stevie September 29, 1990
“Knockin’ Boots” Candyman November 10, 1990
“Joey” Concrete Blonde November 10, 1990
“Groove Is in the Heart” Deee-Lite November 17, 1990
“Hippychick” Soho November 24, 1990
“Wiggle It” 2 in a Room December 15, 1990
“Tom’s Diner” DNA December 22, 1990
“Do the Bartman” The Simpsons December 29, 1990

1991

Song Performer Date
“Candy” Iggy Pop February 2, 1991
“Wicked Game” Chris Isaak March 2, 1991
“Deeper Shade of Soul” Urban Dance Squad March 2, 1991
“Get Here” Oleta Adams March 23, 1991
“My Side of the Bed” Susanna Hoffs March 23, 1991
“Together Forever” Lisette Melendez April 6, 1991
“How to Dance” Bingoboys featuring Princessa April 13, 1991
“Temple of Love” Harriet April 13, 1991
“With You” Tony Terry April 27, 1991
“Voices That Care” Voices That Care May 4, 1991
“Save Some Love” Keedy May 11, 1991
“It’s a Shame (My Sister)” Monie Love featuring True Image May 11, 1991
“I Touch Myself” Divinyls May 18, 1991
“You Don’t Have to Go Home Tonight” The Triplets May 18, 1991
“My Heart Is Failing Me” Riff May 25, 1991
“People Are Still Having Sex” LaTour May 25, 1991
“Silent Lucidity” Queensrÿche June 1, 1991
“Written All Over Your Face” The Rude Boys June 8, 1991
“Does Anybody Really Fall in Love Anymore?” Kane Roberts June 22, 1991
“How Can I Ease the Pain” Lisa Fischer July 6, 1991
“Walking in Memphis” Marc Cohn July 6, 1991
“I’ll Never Let You Go (Angel Eyes)” Steelheart July 6, 1991
“You Can’t Play with My Yo-Yo” Yo-Yo July 6, 1991
“Lily Was Here” David A. Stewart introducing Candy Dulfer July 13, 1991
“Kissing You” Keith Washington May 25, 1991
“Temptation” Corina August 10, 1991
“Love on a Rooftop” Desmond Child August 17, 1991
“Pop Goes the Weasel” 3rd Bass August 31, 1991
“Got a Love for You” Jomanda August 31, 1991
“The Truth” TAMI Show September 28, 1991
“Kiss Them for Me” Siouxsie and the Banshees October 19, 1991
“Power Windows” Billy Falcon October 19, 1991
“The One and Only” Chesney Hawkes November 2, 1991
“Just Want to Hold You” Jasmine Guy November 2, 1991
“My Heart Belongs to You” Russ Irwin November 9, 1991
“Rush” Big Audio Dynamite II November 16, 1991
“I Wonder Why” Curtis Stigers November 23, 1991

1992

Song Performer Date
“Angel Baby” Angelica January 11, 1992
“In My Dreams” The Party January 25, 1992
“I’ve Got a Lot to Learn About Love” The Storm February 1, 1992
“Too Blind to See It” Kym Sims February 1, 1992
“I’m Too Sexy” Right Said Fred (R*S*F) February 8, 1992
“On a Sunday Afternoon” A Lighter Shade of Brown February 8, 1992
“Move Any Mountain (Progen 91)” The Shamen February 29, 1992
“Until Your Love Comes Back Around” RTZ March 14, 1992
“Oochie Coochie” MC Brains March 21, 1992
“Everything Changes” Kathy Troccoli April 25, 1992
“Take Time” Chris Walker May 9, 1992
“You Think You Know Her” Cause and Effect May 16, 1992
“Live and Learn” Joe Public May 23, 1992
“Nu Nu” Lidell Townsell and M.T.F. May 23, 1992
“Baby Got Back” Sir Mix-a-Lot July 4, 1992
“Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good)” Rozalla August 1, 1992
“Life Is a Highway” Tom Cochrane August 22, 1992
“Back to the Hotel” N2Deep August 22, 1992
“Stay” Shakespear’s Sister September 19, 1992
“Divine Thing” The Soup Dragons October 3, 1992
“Jump Around” House of Pain October 10, 1992
“Constant Craving” k.d. lang October 10, 1992
“Please Don’t Go” K.W.S. October 17, 1992
“Would I Lie to You?” Charles & Eddie November 7, 1992
“How Do You Talk to an Angel” The Heights November 14, 1992
“Rump Shaker” Wreckx-n-Effect December 26, 1992

1993

Song Performer Peak date
“Flex” Mad Cobra January 9, 1993
“I Love You Period” Dan Baird January 23, 1993
“It’s Gonna Be a Lovely Day” The S.O.U.L. S.Y.S.T.E.M. introducing Michelle Visage January 23, 1993
“I Got a Thang 4 Ya!” Lo-Key February 6, 1993
“Here We Go Again!” Portrait February 13, 1993
“That’s What Love Can Do” Boy Krazy February 27, 1993
“A Whole New World (Aladdin’s Theme)” Regina Belle March 6, 1993
“Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)” Digable Planets March 6, 1993
“I Got a Man” Positive K March 20, 1993
“Ditty” Paperboy April 24, 1993
“So Alone” Men at Large April 24, 1993
“Love U More” Sunscreem April 24, 1993
“Nothing My Love Can’t Fix” Joey Lawrence May 8, 1993
“Sleeping Satellite” Tasmin Archer June 5, 1993
“Show Me Love” Robin S. June 12, 1993
“Three Little Pigs” Green Jellÿ June 12, 1993
“More and More” Captain Hollywood Project June 26, 1993
“Dazzey Duks” Duice July 10, 1993
“Whoomp! (There It Is)” Tag Team July 31, 1993
“Something’s Goin’ On” U.N.V. July 31, 1993
“Whoot, There It Is” 95 South August 14, 1993
“What’s Up?” 4 Non Blondes August 14, 1993
“What’s Up Doc? (Can We Rock)” Fu-Schnickens August 14, 1993
“I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” The Proclaimers August 21, 1993
“Slam” Onyx August 21, 1993
“Insane in the Brain” Cypress Hill September 25, 1993
“When I Fall in Love” Clive Griffin September 25, 1993
“Very Special” Big Daddy Kane October 16, 1993
“What Is Love” Haddaway October 30, 1993
“No Rain” Blind Melon October 30, 1993
“Come Inside” Intro October 30, 1993
“Better Than You” Lisa Keith November 6, 1993
“Gangsta Lean” D.R.S. November 20, 1993
“Come Baby Come” K7 December 11, 1993

1994

Song Performer Date
“Mr. Vain” Culture Beat January 22, 1994
“Dreams” Gabrielle January 22, 1994
“U.N.I.T.Y.” Queen Latifah January 29, 1994
“Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia)” Us3 March 5, 1994
“Stay” Eternal March 12, 1994
“Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm” Crash Test Dummies April 16, 1994
“Dunkie Butt (Please Please Please)” 12 Gauge April 16, 1994
“Loser” Beck April 30, 1994
“Born to Roll” Masta Ace Incorporated May 7, 1994
“Baby, I Love Your Way (From Reality Bites)” Big Mountain May 14, 1994
“(Meet) The Flintstones” The B.C. 52’s June 11, 1994
“Moving on Up” M People June 25, 1994
“Back in the Day” Ahmad August 6, 1994
“Funky Y-2-C” The Puppies August 13, 1994
“Give It Up” Public Enemy August 20, 1994
“Far Behind” Candlebox October 1, 1994
“Lucas with the Lid Off” Lucas November 5, 1994
“U Will Know (From Jason’s Lyric)” B.M.U. (Black Men United) November 12, 1994
“Here Comes the Hotstepper” Ini Kamoze December 17, 1994
“Wild Night” Meshell Ndegeocello December 24, 1994

1995

Song Performer Date
“Short Dick Man” 20 Fingers featuring Gillette January 7, 1995
“New Age Girl (From Dumb and Dumber)” Deadeye Dick January 7, 1995
“The Rhythm of the Night” Corona January 28, 1995
“Sukiyaki” 4 P.M. February 11, 1995
“Mishale” Andru Donalds February 11, 1995
“I Miss You” N II U February 18, 1995
“House of Love” Vince Gill February 18, 1995
“You Gotta Be” Des’ree March 11, 1995
“Get Ready for This” 2 Unlimited April 8, 1995
“This Lil’ Game We Play” Subway April 15, 1995
“Hold On” Jamie Walters April 29, 1995
“I Know” Dionne Farris May 6, 1995
“In the House of Stone and Light” Martin Page May 13, 1995
“Cotton Eye Joe” Rednex May 13, 1995
“Ask of You (From Higher Learning)” Raphael Saadiq May 20, 1995
“Good” Better Than Ezra July 8, 1995
“I Like” Kut Klose June 17, 1995
“Total Eclipse of the Heart” Nicki French June 24, 1995
“He’s Mine” Mokenstef August 26, 1995
“I Wish” Skee-Lo September 9, 1995
“I Got 5 on It” Luniz September 23, 1995
“Sugar Hill” AZ September 30, 1995
“Tomorrow” Silverchair September 30, 1995
“Ice Cream” Raekwon October 28, 1995
“Tell Me” Groove Theory November 4, 1995
“Back for Good” Take That November 11, 1995
“A Girl Like You (From Empire Records)” Edwyn Collins November 11, 1995
“Cell Therapy” Goodie Mob November 18, 1995
“Possum Kingdom” Toadies November 18, 1995
“Dreaming of You” Selena November 25, 1995

1996

Song Performer Date
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Deep Blue Something January 20, 1996
“Set U Free” Planet Soul January 27, 1996
“One of Us” Joan Osborne February 3, 1996
“Natural One (From Kids)” Folk Implosion February 3, 1996
“Missing (Todd Terry Mix)” Everything but the Girl February 17, 1996
“Anything” 3T March 2, 1996
“Cumbersome” Seven Mary Three March 2, 1996
“The Chanukah Song” Adam Sandler March 16, 1996
“Nobody Knows” The Tony Rich Project March 23, 1996
“Feels So Good (Show Me Your Love)” Lina Santiago March 30, 1996
“Peaches” The Presidents of the United States of America April 13, 1996
“I Will Survive” Chantay Savage April 20, 1996
“5 O’Clock” Nonchalant April 27, 1996
“In the Meantime” Spacehog April 27, 1996
“Closer to Free” BoDeans May 4, 1996
“Renee” The Lost Boyz May 4, 1996
“Chains” Tina Arena May 4, 1996
“Insensitive” Jann Arden May 4, 1996
“Drugs” Ammonia May 16, 1996
“Everything Falls Apart” Dog’s Eye View June 1, 1996
“Flood” Jars of Clay June 8, 1996
“Mother Mother” Tracy Bonham June 15, 1996
“Tres Delinquentes” Delinquent Habits June 29, 1996
“Theme from Mission: Impossible Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen July 6, 1996
“Children” Robert Miles July 13, 1996
“Hay” Crucial Conflict July 13, 1996
“Pepper” Butthole Surfers July 27, 1996
“Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)” Los del Río August 3, 1996
“Counting Blue Cars” Dishwalla August 17, 1996
“I Love You Always Forever” Donna Lewis August 24, 1996
“Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand” Primitive Radio Gods September 14, 1996
“Stupid Girl” Garbage September 21, 1996
“My Boo” Ghost Town DJ’s October 12, 1996
“Po Pimp” Do or Die October 19, 1996
“What I Got” Sublime October 26, 1996
“Novocaine for the Soul” eels November 2, 1996
“Mouth” Merril Bainbridge November 23, 1996
“The Distance” Cake November 23, 1996
“Just Between You and Me” dc Talk December 7, 1996

1997

Song Performer Date
“Nothin’ But the Cavi Hit” Tha Dogg Pound January 11, 1997
“This Is Your Night” Amber January 25, 1997
“Ooh Aah… Just a Little Bit” Gina G. February 1, 1997
“I Like It” The Blackout All-Stars February 15, 1997
“Lovefool” The Cardigans March 1, 1997
“Firestarter” The Prodigy March 22, 1997
“Let Me Clear My Throat” DJ Kool March 29, 1997
“Naked Eye” Luscious Jackson March 29, 1997
“MyBabyDaddy” B-Rock & the Bizz May 3, 1997
“Your Woman” White Town May 3, 1997
“Barely Breathing” Duncan Sheik May 10, 1997
“Da’ Dip” Freak Nasty May 17, 1997
“For You” Kenny Lattimore May 31, 1997
“Return of the Mack” Mark Morrison June 7, 1997
“The Freshmen” The Verve Pipe June 7, 1997
“Butterfly Kisses” Bob Carlisle June 21, 1997
“Call Me” Le Click June 21, 1997
“Butterfly Kisses” Raybon Brothers June 28, 1997
“Bitch” Meredith Brooks July 12, 1997
“How Bizarre” OMC July 26, 1997
“Sunny Came Home” Shawn Colvin July 26, 1997
“How Do I Live” Trisha Yearwood July 26, 1997
“ESPN Presents the Jock Jam” ESPN August 9, 1997
“Take It to the Streets” Rampage featuring Billy Lawrence August 16, 1997
“All for You” Sister Hazel August 30, 1997
“Coco Jamboo” Mr. President September 6, 1997
“On My Own” Peach Union October 11, 1997
“I Care ‘Bout You (From Soul Food)” Milestone October 18, 1997
“Avenues (From Money Talks)” Refugee Camp All-Stars featuring Ky-Mani October 18, 1997
“The Impression That I Get” The Mighty Mighty Bosstones October 25, 1997
“Legend of a Cowgirl” Imani Coppola October 25, 1997
“My Love Is the Shhh!” Somethin’ for the People featuring Trina & Tamara November 29, 1997
“Tubthumping” Chumbawamba November 29, 1997
“Criminal” Fiona Apple November 29, 1997
“My Body” LSG December 6, 1997
“If You Could Only See” Tonic December 6, 1997
“Breaking All the Rules” She Moves December 13, 1997

1998

Song Performer Date
“Heaven” Nu Flavor January 31, 1998
“32 Flavors” Alana Davis January 31, 1998
“I Don’t Ever Want to See You Again” Uncle Sam February 7, 1998
“Am I Dreaming” Ol’ Skool February 14, 1998
“Kiss the Rain” Billie Myers February 21, 1998
“All My Love” Queen Pen February 21, 1998
“Brick” Ben Folds Five February 28, 1998
“Swing My Way” K.P. & Envyi March 14, 1998
“Are You Jimmy Ray?” Jimmy Ray March 14, 1998
“The Mummers’ Dance” Loreena McKennitt March 21, 1998
“Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)” Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz March 28, 1998
“Bitter Sweet Symphony” The Verve April 4, 1998
“Romeo and Juliet” Sylk-E. Fyne featuring Chill April 18, 1998
“Sex and Candy” Marcy Playground April 18, 1998
“Second Round K.O.” Canibus April 25, 1998
“Be Careful” Sparkle May 30, 1998
“Cheers 2 U” Playa June 6, 1998
“Whatcha Gone Do?” Link July 4, 1998
“Shorty (You Keep Playin’ with My Mind)” Imajin featuring Keith Murray July 11, 1998
“Make It Hot” Nicole featuring Mocha August 1, 1998
“When the Lights Go Out” Five August 1, 1998
“Cleopatra’s Theme” Cleopatra August 1, 1998
“Closing Time” Semisonic August 8, 1998
“Still Not a Player” Big Punisher August 15, 1998
“Flagpole Sitta” Harvey Danger August 22, 1998
“Crush” Jennifer Paige September 5, 1998
“Daydreamin'” Tatyana Ali September 12, 1998
“Splackavellie” Pressha September 19, 1998
“Jump Jive an’ Wail” The Brian Setzer Orchestra October 17, 1998
“Westside” TQ October 24, 1998
“Hooch” Everything November 7, 1998
“It Must Be Love” Ty Herndon December 12, 1998

1999

Song Performer Peak date
“Lullaby” Shawn Mullins January 16, 1999
“Save Tonight” Eagle-Eye Cherry January 23, 1999
“You Get What You Give” New Radicals January 30, 1999
“I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” Mark Chesnutt February 13, 1999
“You” Jesse Powell March 6, 1999
“Stay the Same” Joey McIntyre April 10, 1999
“C’est La Vie” B*Witched April 17, 1999
“We Like to Party” Vengaboys April 17, 1999
“Give It to You” Jordan Knight May 15, 1999
“What It’s Like” Everlast May 15, 1999
“Praise You” Fatboy Slim May 22, 1999
“My Favorite Girl” Dave Hollister May 29, 1999
“Two Teardops” Steve Wariner June 5, 1999
“Chanté’s Got a Man” Chanté Moore June 12, 1999
“No Pigeons” Sporty Thievz July 3, 1999
“A Night to Remember” Joe Diffie August 7, 1999
“Spend My Life with You” Eric Benét August 21, 1999
“Better Days (And the Bottom Drops Out)” Citizen King August 21, 1999
“She’s So High” Tal Bachman August 28, 1999
“Single White Female” Chely Wright August 28, 1999
“Lost in You” Garth Brooks (as Chris Gaines) September 11, 1999
“Bling Bling” B.G.[B] featuring Turk October 30, 1999
“Mambo No. 5″ Lou Bega November 13, 1999
“Steal My Sunshine” Len November 13, 1999
“Get Gone” Ideal November 20, 1999
“When I Said I Do” Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black December 11, 1999
“24/7″ Kevon Edmonds December 18, 1999
“Ghetto Cowboy” Mo Thugs Family December 18, 1999
“15 Minutes” Marc Nelson December 18, 1999

One Hit Wonders 1980’s

Posted on July 26, 2013 by Comments are off

One Hit Wonders 1980’s

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1980

Song Performer Date
“Savannah Nights” Tom Johnston January 12, 1980
“Rapper’s Delight” Sugarhill Gang January 12, 1980
“Romeo’s Tune” Steve Forbert February 23, 1980
“Yes I’m Ready” Teri DeSario March 1, 1980
“With You I’m Born Again” Syreeta April 19, 1980
“Set Me Free” Utopia April 19, 1980
“Only a Lonely Heart Sees” Felix Cavaliere April 19, 1980
“Pilot of the Airwaves” Charlie Dore May 3, 1980
“The Seduction (Love Theme from American Gigolo)” James Last Band May 24, 1980
“Funkytown” Lipps Inc. May 31, 1980
“Should’ve Never Let You Go” Dara Sedaka May 31, 1980
“Gee Whiz” Bernadette Peters May 31, 1980
“Cars” Gary Numan June 7, 1980
“Wondering Where the Lions Are” Bruce Cockburn June 7, 1980
“New Romance (It’s a Mystery)” Spider June 7, 1980
“Ashes By Now” Rodney Crowell July 5, 1980
“King of the Hill” Rick Pinette and Oak July 19, 1980
“A Lover’s Holiday” Change July 19, 1980
“Tired of Toein’ the Line” Rocky Burnette July 26, 1980
“Stand by Me” Mickey Gilley August 2, 1980
“Take Your Time (Do It Right) Part 1″ The S.O.S. Band August 16, 1980
“Take a Little Rhythm” Ali Thomson August 23, 1980
“Into the Night”[J1] Benny Mardones September 6, 1980
“Lookin’ for Love” Johnny Lee September 20, 1980
“One in a Million You” Larry Graham September 20, 1980
“How Do I Survive” Amy Holland October 11, 1980
“Who’ll Be the Fool Tonight” The Larsen-Feiten Band October 11, 1980
“Whip It” Devo November 15, 1980
“I’m Happy That Love Has Found You” Jimmy Hall November 22, 1980
“If You Should Sail” Nielsen/Pearson November 22, 1980
“Without Your Love” Roger Daltrey November 29, 1980
“Turning Japanese” The Vapors November 29, 1980
“I Believe in You” Don Williams December 20, 1980
“Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime” The Korgis December 27, 1980

1981

Song Performer Date
“Killin’ Time” Susan Anton February 7, 1981
“Giving It Up for Your Love” Delbert McClinton February 21, 1981
“Together” Tierra February 21, 1981
“Mister Sandman” Emmylou Harris March 14, 1981
“Precious to Me” Phil Seymour March 28, 1981
“Don’t Stop the Music” Yarbrough and Peoples April 11, 1981
“Somebody’s Knockin'” Terri Gibbs April 25, 1981
“Just the Two of Us” Grover Washington, Jr. May 2, 1981
“Love You Like I Never Loved Before” John O’Banion May 16, 1981
“I Love ‘Em Every One” T.G. Sheppard May 16, 1981
“Just So Lonely” Get Wet May 30, 1981
“Say What” Jesse Winchester June 13, 1981
“What Are We Doin’ in Love” Dottie West June 27, 1981
“Is It You” Lee Ritenour June 27, 1981
“Stronger Than Before” Carole Bayer Sager July 11, 1981
“Seven Year Ache” Rosanne Cash July 18, 1981
“Sweet Baby” Stanley Clarke/George Duke August 1, 1981
“Theme from Greatest American Hero (Believe It or Not)” Joey Scarbury August 15, 1981
“It’s Now or Never” John Schneider August 15, 1981
“Double Dutch Bus” Frankie Smith August 15, 1981
“Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through” Jim Steinman August 15, 1981
“Don’t Give It Up” Robbie Patton August 22, 1981
“Everlasting Love” Rachel Sweet August 22, 1981
“Nicole” Point Blank September 5, 1981
“You Could Take My Heart Away” Silver Condor September 19, 1981
“Breaking Away” Balance September 26, 1981
“General Hospi-Tale” The Afternoon Delights October 3, 1981
“Sausalito Summernight” Diesel November 21, 1981
“I Want You, I Need You” Chris Christian November 21, 1981

1982

Song Performer Date
“More Than Just the Two of Us” Sneaker January 23, 1982
“Hooked on Classics” Royal Philharmonic Orchestra January 30, 1982
“All Our Tomorrows” Eddie Schwartz February 20, 1982
“Call Me” Skyy March 6, 1982
“Don’t Let Him Know” Prism March 13, 1982
“Pac-Man Fever” Buckner & Garcia March 27, 1982
“Take Off” Bob and Doug McKenzie March 27, 1982
“Key Largo” Bertie Higgins April 17, 1982
“Nobody Said It Was Easy (Lookin’ for the Lights)” Le Roux April 17, 1982
“Mama Used to Say” Junior April 24, 1982
“Genius of Love” Tom Tom Club April 24, 1982
“Goin’ Down” Greg Guidry May 1, 1982
“If I Had My Wish Tonight” David Lasley May 1, 1982
“Chariots of Fire – Titles” Vangelis May 8, 1982
“I’ve Never Been to Me” Charlene May 22, 1982
“Fantasy” Aldo Nova May 29, 1982
“Murphy’s Law” Chéri June 5, 1982
“Stone Cold” Rainbow June 19, 1982
“Forget Me Nots” Patrice Rushen July 3, 1982
“Let It Whip” Dazz Band July 17, 1982
“Tainted Love” Soft Cell July 17, 1982
“Hooked on Swing” Larry Elgart and His Manhattan Swing Orchestra July 24, 1982
“Nice Girls” Eye to Eye July 24, 1982
“Personally” Karla Bonoff August 7, 1982
“Love Plus One” Haircut One Hundred August 7, 1982
“If the Love Fits Wear It” Leslie Pearl August 14, 1982
“And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” Jennifer Holliday August 28, 1982
“Someday, Someway” Marshall Crenshaw August 28, 1982
“Valley Girl” Frank Zappa September 11, 1982
“Holdin’ On” Tané Cain September 18, 1982
“New World Man” Rush[ October 30, 1982
“Nobody” Sylvia November 20, 1982
“I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)” Donald Fagen November 27, 1982
“Mickey” Toni Basil December 11, 1982

1983

Song Performer Date
“What About Me” Moving Pictures February 12, 1983
“Baby, Come to Me” Patti Austin February 19, 1983
“The Clapping Song” Pia Zadora February 19, 1983
“Pass the Dutchie” Musical Youth February 26, 1983
“On the Loose” Saga February 26, 1983
“Burning Heart” Vandenberg March 12, 1983
“I Know There’s Something Going On” Frida March 26, 1983
“Come On Eileen” Dexys Midnight Runners April 23, 1983
“Whirly Girl” Oxo April 23, 1983
“Der Kommissar” After the Fire April 30, 1983
“So Wrong” Patrick Simmons May 7, 1983
“She Blinded Me with Science” Thomas Dolby May 14, 1983
“I Couldn’t Say No” Robert Ellis Orrallith Carlene Carter May 21, 1983
“That’s Love” Jim Capaldi June 18, 1983
“Too Shy” Kajagoogoo July 9, 1983
“The Salt in My Tears” Martin Briley July 30, 1983
“It’s Inevitable” Charlie August 13, 1983
“Puttin’ on the Ritz” Taco September 3, 1983
“Far from Over (From Staying Alive)” Frank Stallone October 1, 1983
“Can’t Shake Loose” Agnetha Fältskog November 5, 1983
“Just Got Lucky” JoBoxers November 19, 1983
“In a Big Country” Big Country December 3, 1983
“Major Tom (Coming Home)” Peter Schilling December 24, 1983

1984

Song Performer Date
“The Curly Shuffle” Jump ‘N the Saddle Band January 21, 1984
“Baby I Lied” Deborah Allen January 21, 1984
“Let the Music Play” Shannon February 25, 1984
“99 Luftballons” Nena March 3, 1984
“The Politics of Dancing” Re-Flex March 17, 1984
“They Don’t Know” Tracey Ullman April 28, 1984
“White Horse” Laid Back May 12, 1984
“It’s My Life” Talk Talk May 19, 1984
“My Ever Changing Moods” The Style Council June 9, 1984
“Whisper to a Scream (Birds Fly)” The Icicle Works June 9, 1984
“Modern Day Delilah” Van Stephenson June 30, 1984
“Almost Paradise…Love Theme from Footloose Mike Reno July 14, 1984
“10-9-8″ Face to Face July 21, 1984
“Breakin’… There’s No Stopping Us” Ollie & Jerry August 4, 1984
“We’re Not Gonna Take It” Twisted Sister August 4, 1984
“The Warrior” Scandal September 22, 1984
“The Last Time I Made Love” Joyce Kennedy October 6, 1984
“A Girl in Trouble (Is a Temporary Thing)” Romeo Void October 27, 1984
“Desert Moon” Dennis DeYoung November 10, 1984
“Sugar Don’t Bite” Sam Harris November 10, 1984
“Girls with Guns” Tommy Shaw November 17, 1984
“Centipede” Rebbie Jackson December 22, 1984

1985

Song Performer Date
“All I Need” Jack Wagner January 12, 1985
“Do They Know It’s Christmas?” Band Aid January 19, 1985
“Easy Lover” Philip Bailey February 2, 1985
“Call to the Heart” Giuffria February 2, 1985
“Operator” Midnight Star February 2, 1985
“Tragedy” John Hunter February 16, 1985
“This Is Not America” Pat Metheny Group March 9, 1985
“Relax” Frankie Goes to Hollywood March 16, 1985
“Turn Up the Radio” Autograph March 16, 1985
“We Are the World” USA for Africa April 13, 1985
“Radioactive” The Firm April 13, 1985
“Axel F” Harold Faltermeyer June 1, 1985
“Invisible” Alison Moyet June 1, 1985
“In My House” Mary Jane Girls June 8, 1985
“NeverEnding Story” Limahl June 15, 1985
“Wake Up (Next to You)” Graham Parker and the Shot June 22, 1985
“19” Paul Hardcastle July 20, 1985
“When Your Heart Is Weak” Cock Robin August 31, 1985
“I Got You Babe” Chrissie Hynde September 21, 1985
“Cry” Godley & Creme October 5, 1985
“Miami Vice Theme” Jan Hammer November 9, 1985
“Love Theme from St. Elmo’s Fire David Foster November 16, 1985
“Running Up that Hill” Kate Bush November 30, 1985
“Sun City” Artists United Against Apartheid December 7, 1985
“Object of My Desire” Starpoint December 14, 1985
“Perfect Way” Scritti Politti December 21, 1985

1986

Song Performer Date
“You’re a Friend of Mine” Clarence Clemons January 18, 1986
“Everybody Dance” Ta Mara and the Seen January 18, 1986
“Tarzan Boy” Baltimora March 1, 1986
“No Easy Way Out (From Rocky IV)” Robert Tepper March 29, 1986
“Live Is Life” Opus March 29, 1986
“Let’s Go All the Way” Sly Fox April 12, 1986
“Tender Love” Force M.D.’s April 12, 1986
“I Do What I Do… (Theme for 9 ½ Weeks)” John Taylor and Jonathan Elias April 26, 1986
“Feel It Again” Honeymoon Suite May 10, 1986
“I Wanna Be a Cowboy” Boys Don’t Cry June 21, 1986
“Out of Mind, Out of Sight” Models June 21, 1986
“Tuff Enuff” The Fabulous Thunderbirds July 12, 1986
“When the Heart Rules the Mind” GTR July 12, 1986
“Digging Your Scene” The Blow Monkeys August 2, 1986
“Take It Easy (From American Anthem)” Andy Taylor August 2, 1986
“Hanging on a Heart Attack” Device August 9, 1986
“Rumors” Timex Social Club August 16, 1986
“One Step Closer to You” Gavin Christopher August 16, 1986
“Baby Love” Regina September 13, 1986
“The Captain of Her Heart” Double September 13, 1986
“Friends and Lovers” Gloria Loring and Carl Anderson September 27, 1986
“The Rain” Orange “Juice” Jones November 15, 1986
“Emotion in Motion” Ric Ocasek November 15, 1986
“Welcome to the Boomtown” David and David November 29, 1986
“The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades” Timbuk 3 December 27, 1986
“For Tonight” Nancy Martinez December 27, 1986

1987

Song Performer Date
“Shake You Down” Gregory Abbott January 17, 1987
“Stay the Night” Benjamin Orr February 14, 1987
“Keep Your Hands to Yourself” The Georgia Satellites February 21, 1987
“Talk to Me” Chico DeBarge February 21, 1987
“Facts of Love” Jeff Lorber February 21, 1987
“Respect Yourself” Bruce Willis March 7, 1987
“Don’t Leave Me This Way” The Communards March 7, 1987
“As We Lay” Shirley Murdock March 28, 1987
“The Honeythief” Hipsway April 4, 1987
“Light of Day” The Barbusters April 4, 1987
“Smoking Gun” Robert Cray Band April 18, 1987
“Ship of Fools (Save Me from Tomorrow)” World Party April 25, 1987
“Serious” Donna Allen May 9, 1987
“Heartbreak Beat” The Psychedelic Furs May 23, 1987
“Right on Track” Breakfast Club May 30, 1987
“Fascinated” Company B June 13, 1987
“Soul City” Partland Brothers June 27, 1987
“The Flames of Paradise” Jennifer Rush July 11, 1987
“Don’t Disturb This Groove” The System July 18, 1987
“Funky Town” Pseudo Echo July 18, 1987
“Kiss Him Goodbye” The Nylons August 1, 1987
“Heart and Soul” T’Pau August 8, 1987
“Can’t We Try” Vonda Sheppard August 8, 1987
“Living in a Box” Living in a Box August 22, 1987
“Lies” Jonathan Butler August 29, 1987
“Mary’s Prayer” Danny Wilson September 5, 1987
“Touch of Grey” Grateful Dead September 26, 1987
“Holiday” The Other Ones October 17, 1987
“Casanova” LeVert October 31, 1987
“Boys Night Out” Timothy B. Schmit November 7, 1987
“Sugar Free” Wa Wa Nee November 14, 1987
“(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” Bill Medley November 28, 1987
“I Don’t Mind at All” Bourgeois Tagg December 5, 1987
“Motortown” Kane Gang December 19, 1987

1988

Song Performer Date
“Honestly” Stryper January 30, 1988
“Pump Up the Volume” M/A/R/R/S February 20, 1988
“She’s Like the Wind” Patrick Swayze featuring Wendy Fraser February 27, 1988
“You Don’t Know” Scarlett and Black April 16, 1988
“Fishnet” Morris Day April 23, 1988
“Kiss and Tell (From Bright Lights, Big City)” Bryan Ferry April 30, 1988
“Ritual” Dan Reed Network May 7, 1988
“My Girl” Suave May 14, 1988
“Two Occasions” The Deele May 21, 1988
“Strange But True” Times Two May 21, 1988
“Da Butt (From School Daze)” E.U. May 21, 1988
“When We Kiss” Bardeux June 4, 1988
“Under the Milky Way” The Church June 18, 1988
“Supersonic” J. J. Fad June 18, 1988
“Beds Are Burning” Midnight Oil July 2, 1988
“Tomorrow People” Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers July 9, 1988
“Rush Hour” Jane Wiedlin July 30, 1988
“Love Changes (Everything)” Climie Fisher July 30, 1988
“Sayin’ Sorry (Don’t Make It Right)” Denise Lopez August 20, 1988
“Don’t Worry Be Happy (From Cocktail)” Bobby McFerrin September 24, 1988
“It Takes Two” Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock[ October 29, 1988
“Another Lover” Giant Steps November 12, 1988
“The Promise” When in Rome December 10, 1988
“Not Just Another Girl” Ivan Neville December 10, 1988
“Yeah, Yeah, Yeah” Judson Spence December 10, 1988
“Thanks for My Child” Cheryl Pepsii Riley December 24, 1988

1989

Song Performer Date
“I Remember Holding You” Boys Club January 14, 1989
“When I’m with You” Sheriff February 4, 1989
“What I Am” Edie Brickell & New Bohemians March 4, 1989
“Surrender to Me (From Tequila Sunrise)” Robin Zander March 11, 1989
“I Beg Your Pardon” Kon Kan March 11, 1989
“Heaven Help Me” Deon Estus April 29, 1989
“Thinking of You” Sa-Fire May 6, 1989
“Iko Iko (From Rain Man)” The Belle Stars May 13, 1989
“Downtown” One 2 Many May 20, 1989
“Where Are You Now?” Jimmy Harnen with Synch June 10, 1989
“Cuddly Toy (Feel for Me)” Roachford June 10, 1989
“Cry” Waterfront June 17, 1989
“So Alive” Love and Rockets August 5, 1989
“Angel Eyes” Jeff Healey Band September 2, 1989
“Talk It Over” Grayson Hugh September 9, 1989
“Let Go” Sharon Bryant October 14, 1989
“Don’t Make Me Over” Sybil December 2, 1989
“Don’t Close Your Eyes” Kix December 16, 1989

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One hit Wonders 1970’s

Posted on July 25, 2013 by Comments are off

One hit Wonders 1970’s
nineteen seventy's one hit wonders

 

1970

Song Performer Date
“Evil Woman Don’t Play Your Games With Me” Crow January 10, 1970
“United We Stand” Brotherhood Of Man January 23, 1970
“Venus” Shocking Blue February 7, 1970
“Baby Take Me in Your Arms” Jefferson February 14, 1970
“One Tin Soldier” Original Caste February 14, 1970
“Hey There Lonely Girl” Eddie Holman February 21, 1970
“Jennifer Tomkins” The Street People March 7, 1970
“Ma Belle Amie” Tee Set March 14, 1970
“The Rapper” The Jaggerz March 21, 1970
“Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)” Edison Lighthouse March 28, 1970
“The House of the Rising Sun” Frijid Pink April 4, 1970
“Mississippi Queen” Mountain April 18, 1970
“Long Lonesome Highway” Michael Parks April 18, 1970
“Spirit in the Sky” Norman Greenbaum April 18, 1970
“Tennessee Bird Walk” Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan April 25, 1970
“Reflections of My Life” Marmalade May 9, 1970
“Airport Love Theme (Gwen and Vern)” Vincent Bell May 16, 1970
“Mississippi” John Phillips May 16, 1970
“Vehicle” The Ides of March May 23, 1970
“My Baby Loves Lovin'” White Plains June 27, 1970
“Ride Captain Ride” Blues Image July 11, 1970
“Go Back” Crabby Appleton July 18, 1970
“O-o-h Child” Five Stairsteps July 18, 1970
“Gimme Dat Ding” The Pipkins July 18, 1970
“A Song of Joy (Himno a la Alegria)” Miguel Ríos July 18, 1970
“Are You Ready?” Pacific Gas and Electric August 1, 1970
“Tighter, Tighter” Alive N Kickin’ August 8, 1970
“Big Yellow Taxi” The Neighborhood August 22, 1970
“The Sly, Slick and the Wicked” The Lost Generation August 22, 1970
“Lay a Little Lovin’ on Me” Robin McNamara August 22, 1970
“Overture from Tommy (A Rock Opera)” Assembled Multitude August 29, 1970
“In the Summertime” Mungo Jerry September 12, 1970
“Neanderthal Man” Hotlegs September 26, 1970
“Rubber Duckie” Ernie (Jim Henson) September 26, 1970
“Joanne” Michael Nesmith and the First National Band October 3, 1970
“All Right Now” Free October 17, 1970
“Do What You Wanna Do” Five Flights Up October 17, 1970
“God, Love and Rock and Roll” Teegarden and Van Winkle October 31, 1970
“Indiana Wants Me” R. Dean Taylor November 14, 1970
“Somebody’s Been Sleeping” 100 Proof (Aged in Soul) November 14, 1970
“As the Years Go By” Mashmakhan November 21, 1970
“Montego Bay” Bobby Bloom November 28, 1970
“Yellow River” Christie November 28, 1970
“5-10-15-20 (25-30 Years of Love)” The Presidents December 26, 1970

1971

Song Performer Date
“For the Good Times” Ray Price January 2, 1971
“Games” Redeye January 23, 1971
“We Gotta Get You a Woman” Runt January 30, 1971
“1900 Yesterday” Liz Damon’s Orient Express February 13, 1971
“Precious, Precious” Jackie Moore February 13, 1971
“(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden” Lynn Anderson February 13, 1971
“Sweet Mary” Wadsworth Mansion February 27, 1971
“Theme from Love Story Francis Lai March 6, 1971
“D.O.A.” Bloodrock March 6, 1971
“Me and Bobby McGee” Janis Joplin March 20, 1971
“Help Me Make It Through the Night” Sammi Smith March 27, 1971
“One Toke Over the Line” Brewer & Shipley April 10, 1971
“Put Your Hand in the Hand” Ocean May 1, 1971
“Stay Awhile” The Bells May 1, 1971
“Timothy” The Buoys May 1, 1971
“Battle Hymn of Lt. Calley” C. Company featuring Terry Nelson May 1, 1971
“Chick-a-Boom (Don’t Ya Jes’ Love It)” Daddy Dewdrop May 8, 1971
“Here Comes the Sun” Richie Havens May 22, 1971
“I Love You for All Seasons” The Fuzz May 22, 1971
“Woodstock” Matthews Southern Comfort May 22, 1971
“Love Means (You Never Have to Say You’re Sorry)” Sounds of Sunshine May 29, 1971
“Toast and Marmalade for Tea” Tin Tin May 29, 1971
“Cool Aid” Paul Humphrey and the Cool Aid Chemists June 12, 1971
“Funky Nassau – Part 1″ The Beginning of the End July 17, 1971
“Get It On” Chase July 31, 1971
“Double Barrel” Dave and Ansell Collins August 7, 1971
“Rings” Cymarron August 7, 1971
“Resurrection Shuffle” Ashton, Gardner and Dyke August 7, 1971
“What the World Needs Now Is Love/Abraham, Martin and John” Tom Clay August 14, 1971
“Mr. Big Stuff” Jean Knight August 14, 1971
“Smiling Faces Sometimes” The Undisputed Truth September 4, 1971
“K-Jee” The Nite-Liters September 11, 1971
“I Ain’t Got Time Anymore” Glass Bottle September 25, 1971
“Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep” Mac and Katie Kissoon October 2, 1971
“The Wedding Song (There Is Love)” Paul Stookey October 16, 1971
“Trapped By a Thing Called Love” Denise LaSalle October 30, 1971
“Women’s Love Rights” Laura Lee October 30, 1971
“I’ve Found Someone of My Own” Free Movement November 13, 1971
“Easy Loving” Freddie Hart November 20, 1971
“I’d Love to Change the World” Ten Years After November 20, 1971
“One Tin Soldier (The Legend of Billy Jack)” Coven November 27, 1971
“She’s All I Got” Freddie North November 27, 1971
“Desiderata” Les Crane December 4, 1971
“Theme from Summer of ’42 Peter Nero December 11, 1971
“Hallelujah” Sweathog December 18, 1971

1972

Song Performer Date
“An American Trilogy” Mickey Newbury January 1, 1972
“Sunshine” Jonathan Edwards January 15, 1972
“I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony)” The Hillside Singers January 15, 1972
“Once You Understand” Think January 15, 1972
“White Lies, Blue Eyes” Bullet January 15, 1972
“Kiss an Angel Good Morning” Charley Pride February 5, 1972
“Joy” Apollo 100 featuring Tom Parker February 26, 1972
“Precious and Few” Climax February 26, 1972
“Bang a Gong (Get It On)” T. Rex March 4, 1972
“Softly Whispering I Love You” The English Congregation March 4, 1972
“Run Run Run” Jo Jo Gunne March 18, 1972
“Mister Can’t You See” Buffy Sainte-Marie April 1, 1972
“Crazy Mama” JJ Cale April 8, 1972
“Ain’t Understanding Mellow” Brenda Lee Eager April 8, 1972
“Suavecito” Malo May 6, 1972
“Hot Rod Lincoln” Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen June 3, 1972
“Immigration Man” David Crosby and Graham Nash June 10, 1972
“Long Haired Lover from Liverpool” Little Jimmy Osmond June 17, 1972
“Amazing Grace” Royal Scots Dragoon Guards July 1, 1972
“I’ve Been Lonely for So Long” Frederick Knight July 8, 1972
“How Do You Do” Mouth & MacNeal July 22, 1972
“Day By Day” Godspell July 29, 1972
“Layla” Derek and the Dominos August 5, 1972
“Gone” Joey Heatherton August 12, 1972
“Hold Your Head Up” Argent[ August 26, 1972
“Motorcycle Mama” Sailcat August 26, 1972
“Small Beginnings” Flash August 26, 1972
“Beautiful Sunday” Daniel Boone September 16, 1972
“All the Young Dudes” Mott the Hoople September 23, 1972
“Easy Livin'” Uriah Heep September 23, 1972
“Popcorn” Hot Butter October 21, 1972
“The City of New Orleans” Arlo Guthrie October 28, 1972
“From the Beginning” Emerson, Lake & Palmer October 28, 1972
“Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues” Danny O’Keefe November 4, 1972
“Convention ’72” The Delegates November 18, 1972
“Thunder and Lightning” Chi Coltrane November 18, 1972
“American City Suite” Cashman and West November 18, 1972

1973

Song Performer Date
“Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” Blue Haze January 13, 1973
“Love Jones” Brighter Side of Darkness February 3, 1973
“Why Can’t We Live Together” Timmy Thomas February 10, 1973
“Oh, Babe, What Would You Say?” Hurricane Smith February 17, 1973
“Dueling Banjos” Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell February 24, 1973
“Dancin’ in the Moonlight” King Harvest February 24, 1973
“Soul Song” Joe Stampley March 10, 1973
“Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)” Deodato March 31, 1973
“Dead Skunk” Loudon Wainwright III March 31, 1973
“The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” Vicki Lawrence April 7, 1973
“Walk on the Wild Side” Lou Reed April 28, 1973
“Daisy a Day” Jud Strunk May 19, 1973
“Wildflower” Skylark May 26, 1973
“Armed and Extremely Dangerous” First Choice May 26, 1973
“Superfly Meets Shaft” John & Ernest May 26, 1973
“Hocus Pocus” Focus June 2, 1973
“Leaving Me” The Independents June 2, 1973
“The Teddy Bear Song” Barbara Fairchild June 2, 1973
“Back When My Hair Was Short” Gunhill Road June 2, 1973
“Pillow Talk” Sylvia June 9, 1973
“Playground in My Mind” Clint Holmes June 16, 1973
“I’m Doin’ Fine Now” New York City June 23, 1973
“Right Place Wrong Time” Dr. John June 30, 1973
“Doing It to Death” Fred Wesley and the J.B.’s July 14, 1973
“Satin Sheets” Jeanne Pruett July 14, 1973
“Misdemeanor” Foster Sylvers July 28, 1973
“Soul Makossa” Manu Dibango July 28, 1973
“Brother Louie” Stories August 25, 1973
“In the Midnight Hour” Cross Country September 22, 1973
“My Maria” B. W. Stevenson September 29, 1973
“I Can’t Stand the Rain” Ann Peebles[ December 22, 1973

1974

Song Performer Date
“Painted Ladies” Ian Thomas January 12, 1974
“Midnight Rider” Gregg Allman January 19, 1974
“If We Make It Through December” Merle Haggard January 19, 1974
“Americans” Byron MacGregor February 9, 1974
“Americans (A Canadian’s Opinion)” Gordon Sinclai February 9, 1974
“Jim Dandy” Black Oak Arkansas February 16, 1974
“Can This Be Real” Natural Four February 16, 1974
“Seasons in the Sun” Terry Jacks March 2, 1974
“I Love” Tom T. Hall March 2, 1974
“Last Kiss” Wednesday March 2, 1974
“Rock On” David Essex March 9, 1974
“Eres Tu (Touch the Wind)” Mocedades March 23, 1974
“My Sweet Lady” Cliff DeYoung March 23, 1974
“Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo” Rick Derringer March 23, 1974
“I’ll Be the Other Woman” The Soul Children March 30, 1974
“The Lord’s Prayer” Sister Janet Mead April 13, 1974
“TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)” MFSB April 20, 1974
“Tell Me a Lie” Sami Jo April 20, 1974
“Tubular Bells” Mike Oldfield May 11, 1974
“The Entertainer” Marvin Hamlisch May 18, 1974
“No Charge” Melba Montgomery June 8, 1974
“Be Thankful for What You Got” William DeVaughn June 29, 1974
“This Heart” Gene Redding July 20, 1974
“Please Come to Boston” Dave Loggins August 10, 1974
“The Night Chicago Died” Paper Lace August 17, 1974
“Sugar Baby Love” The Rubettes August 31, 1974
“One Day at a Time” Marilyn Sellars September 28, 1974
“Beach Baby” The First Class October 5, 1974
“Hang on in There Baby” Johnny Bristol October 5, 1974
“After the Goldrush” Prelude October 5, 1974
“Fallin’ in Love” Souther, Hillman, Furay Band October 5, 1974
“Life Is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)” Reunion November 16, 1974
“I Can Help” Billy Swan November 23, 1974
“The Need to Be” Jim Weatherly November 23, 1974
“Kung Fu Fighting” Carl Douglas December 7, 1974
“Woman to Woman” Shirley Brown December 7, 1974

1975

Song Performer Date
“Doctor’s Orders” Carol Douglas February 8, 1975
“Up in a Puff of Smoke” Polly Brown March 15, 1975
“Sad Sweet Dreamer” Sweet Sensation March 22, 1975
“Shame, Shame, Shame” Shirley & Company March 29, 1975
“Lovin’ You” Minnie Riperton April 5, 1975
“Shaving Cream” Benny Bell April 26, 1975
“Chevy Van” Sammy Johns May 3, 1975
“Autobahn” Kraftwerk[ May 3, 1975
“How Long?” Ace May 31, 1975
“Judy Mae” Boomer Castleman June 14, 1975
“Lizzie and the Rainman” Tanya Tucker June 14, 1975
“I’m Not Lisa” Jessi Colter June 21, 1975
“Love Won’t Let Me Wait” Major Harris June 21, 1975
“The Last Farewell” Roger Whittaker June 21, 1975
“Magic” Pilot July 12, 1975
“The Hustle” Van McCoy July 26, 1975
“Rockin’ Chair” Gwen McCrae August 2, 1975
“Dynomite–Part 1″ Tony Camillo’s Bazuka August 2, 1975
“(Shu-Doo-Pa-Poo-Poop) Love Being Your Fool” Travis Wammack August 16, 1975
“Third Rate Romance” Amazing Rhythm Aces September 13, 1975
“Black Superman–’Muhammad Ali'” Johnny Wakelin and the Kinshasa Band September 13, 1975
“Your Love” Graham Central Station September 20, 1975
“Feelings” Morris Albert October 25, 1975
“Eighteen with a Bullet” Pete Wingfield November 29, 1975
“I Wanta Do Something Freaky to You” Leon Haywood December 13, 1975
“I’m on Fire” 5000 Volts December 13, 1975

1976

Song Performer Date
“Let’s Live Together” The Road Apples January 10, 1976
“Baby Face” Wing and a Prayer Fife and Drum Corps March 6, 1976
“Love Hurts” Nazareth March 13, 1976
“The White Knight” Cledus Maggard & the Citizen’s Band March 13, 1976
“Junk Food Junkie” Larry Groce March 20, 1976
“Love Is the Drug” Roxy Music March 20, 1976
“We Can’t Hide It Anymore” Larry Santos April 10, 1976
“Welcome Back” John Sebastian May 8, 1976
“Union Man” Cate Bros. May 22, 1976
“Fooled Around and Fell in Love” Elvin Bishop May 22, 1976
“Happy Days”[110] Pratt & McClain June 5, 1976
“Movin'” Brass Construction June 26, 1976
“Making Our Dreams Come True”[111] Cyndi Grecco July 4, 1976
“Afternoon Delight” Starland Vocal Band July 10, 1976
“The Boys Are Back in Town” Thin Lizzy July 24, 1976
“I’m Easy” Keith Carradine August 7, 1976
“Turn the Beat Around” Vicki Sue Robinson August 14, 1976
“Teddy Bear” Red Sovine August 28, 1976
“Play That Funky Music” Wild Cherry September 18, 1976
“Street Singin'” Lady Flash September 18, 1976
“Wham Bam” Silver October 2, 1976
“A Fifth of Beethoven” Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band October 9, 1976
“Disco Duck (Part 1)” Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots October 16, 1976
“Did You Boogie (With Your Baby)” Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids October 23, 1976
“You Are My Starship” Norman Connors November 6, 1976
“Anything You Want” John Valenti November 6, 1976
“Nadia’s Theme (The Young and The Restless)” Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr. December 11, 1976

1977

Song Performer Peak date
“Jeans On” David Dundas January 29, 1977
“Whispering/Cherchez La Femme/Se Si Bon” Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band January 29, 1977
“In the Mood” Henhouse Five Plus Too[ February 5, 1977
“Living Next Door to Alice” Smokie February 26, 1977
“Spring Rain” Silvetti March 19, 1977
“Don’t Give Up on Us” David Soul April 9, 1977
“Love in C Minor” Cerrone April 9, 1977
“Disco Lucy (I Love Lucy Theme)” Wilton Place Street Band April 9, 1977
“Tryin’ to Love Two” William Bell April 30, 1977
“Sometimes” Facts of Life April 30, 1977
“Old Fashion Boy (You’re the One)” Stallion April 30, 1977
“Cherry Baby” Starz May 7, 1977
“Dancin’ Man” Q May 14, 1977
“Slow Down” John Miles June 11, 1977
“Ariel” Dean Friedman June 25, 1977
“Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)” Maynard Ferguson June 25, 1977
“Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)” Bill Conti July 2, 1977
“Undercover Angel” Alan O’Day July 9, 1977
“Angel in Your Arms” Hot July 16, 1977
“Devil’s Gun” C.J. and Co. July 16, 1977
“Do You Wanna Make Love” Peter McCann August 6, 1977
“It’s a Crazy World” Mac McAnally August 13, 1977
“Telephone Man” Meri Wilson August 20, 1977
“Slide” Slave August 20, 1977
“Black Betty” Ram Jam September 3, 1977
“Float On” The Floaters September 17, 1977
“Smoke from a Distant Fire” Sanford/Townsend Band September 17, 1977
“Cat Scratch Fever” Ted Nugent October 8, 1977
“You Light Up My Life” Debby Boone October 15, 1977
“The King Is Gone” Ronnie McDowell October 22, 1977
“Heaven on the 7th Floor” Paul Nicholas November 26, 1977
“You Can’t Turn Me Off (In the Middle of Turning Me On)” High Inergy December 24, 1977

1978

Song Performer Peak date
“Short People” Randy Newman January 28, 1978
“Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” Santa Esmeralda February 18, 1978
“Native New Yorker” Odyssey February 18, 1978
“Emotion” Samantha Sang March 18, 1978
“Falling” LeBlanc and Carr April 1, 1978
“Theme Song from Which Way Is Up Stargard April 1, 1978
“I’m Gonna Take Care of Everything” Rubicon April 22, 1978
“Werewolves of London” Warren Zevon May 13, 1978
“Let’s All Chant” Michael Zager Band May 20, 1978
“Because the Night” Patti Smith Group June 24, 1978
“Almost Summer” Celebration featuring Mike Love June 24, 1978
“Dance Across the Floor” Jimmy “Bo” Horne June 24, 1978
“Chattanooga Choo Choo” Tuxedo Junction July 1, 1978
“I Can’t Stand the Rain” Eruption July 8, 1978
“Thank God It’s Friday” Love & Kisses July 22, 1978
“My Angel Baby” Toby Beau August 12, 1978
“King Tut” Steve Martin and the Toot Uncommons August 12, 1978
“Magnet and Steel” Walter Egan August 26, 1978
“Rivers of Babylon” Boney M August 26, 1978
“Think It Over” Cheryl Ladd September 9, 1978
“Fool (If You Think It’s Over)” Chris Rea September 16, 1978
“5.7.0.5.” City Boy September 16, 1978
“Hot Child in the City” Nick Gilder October 28, 1978
“I Will Still Love You” Stonebolt October 28, 1978
“One Nation Under a Groove” Funkadelic November 11, 1978
“Run for Home” Lindisfarne December 9, 1978
“There’ll Never Be” Switch December 9, 1978
“I Love the Nightlife (Disco ‘Round)” Alicia Bridges December 23, 1978

1979

Song Performer Peak date
“New York Groove” Ace Frehley February 3, 1979
“Don’t Hold Back” Chanson February 3, 1979
“Got to Be Real” Cheryl Lynn February 17, 1979
“Shake It” Ian Matthews February 17, 1979
“Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet” Gonzalez March 10, 1979
“What You Won’t Do for Love” Bobby Caldwell March 24, 1979
“Chase” Giorgio Moroder March 31, 1979
“Bustin’ Loose, Part 1″ Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers April 7, 1979
“Heaven Knows” Brooklyn Dreams April 7, 1979
“Knock on Wood” Amii Stewart April 21, 1979
“Livin’ It Up (Friday Night)” Bell and James April 21, 1979
“Music Box Dancer” Frank Mills May 5, 1979
“Sweet Lui-Louise” Ironhorse May 5, 1979
“I Got My Mind Made Up (You Can Get It Girl)” Instant Funk May 12, 1979
“Stumblin’ In” Suzi Quatro and Chris Norman May 12, 1979
“Don’t You Write Her Off” McGuinn, Clark and Hillman May 12, 1979
“Such a Woman” Tycoon May 26, 1979
“(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want to Be Right” Barbara Mandrell June 2, 1979
“It Must Be Love” Alton McClain and Destiny June 9, 1979
“Just When I Needed You Most” Randy VanWarmer June 16, 1979
“Get Used to It” Roger Voudouris June 16, 1979
“Don’t Ever Want To Lose You” New England June 16, 1979
“Ring My Bell” Anita Ward June 30, 1979
“Makin’ It” David Naughton July 21, 1979
“Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now” McFadden & Whitehead July 21, 1979
“Kiss in the Dark” Pink Lady August 4, 1979
“You’re Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else” Jones Girls August 18, 1979
“Morning Dance” Spyro Gyra August 25, 1979
“Oh Well” The Rockets September 1, 1979
“Girl of My Dreams” Bram Tchaikovsky September 1, 1979
“Saturdaynight” Herman Brood September 8, 1979
“Come To Me” France Joli September 22, 1979
“Cruel to Be Kind” Nick Lowe[161] September 29, 1979
“Born to Be Alive” Patrick Hernandez September 29, 1979
“Driver’s Seat” Sniff ‘n’ the Tears September 29, 1979
“Rolene” Moon Martin October 13, 1979
“Hold On” Ian Gomm October 27, 1979
“Pop Muzik” M November 3, 1979
“Street Life” The Crusaders November 10, 1979
“Please Don’t Leave” Lauren Wood November 24, 1979
“Rainbow Connection” Kermit (Jim Henson) November 24, 1979
“If You Want It” Niteflyte December 1, 1979
“I Still Have Dreams” Richie Furay December 15, 1979
“Video Killed the Radio Star” The Buggles December 15, 1979

 

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1960

Song Performer Date
“Sandy” Larry Hall January 4, 1960
“If I Had a Girl” Rod Lauren January 25, 1960
“Teen Angel” Mark Dinning February 8, 1960
“Tracy’s Theme” Spencer Ross February 22, 1960
“Rockin’ Little Angel” Ray Smith February 22, 1960
“(There Was a) Tall Oak Tree” Dorsey Burnette March 7, 1960
“Forever” The Little Dippers March 28, 1960
“Summer Set” Monty Kelly April 4, 1960
“Money (That’s What I Want)” Barrett Strong April 18, 1960
“Fannie Mae” Buster Brown May 2, 1960
“Angela Jones” Johnny Ferguson May 2, 1960
“Let the Little Girl Dance” Billy Bland May 16, 1960
“The Madison” Al Brown’s Tunetoppers featuring Cookie Brown May 16, 1960
“Barbara” The Temptations May 16, 1960
“The Madison Time–Part 1″ Ray Bryant Trio May 16, 1960
“Mountain of Love” Harold Dorman May 23, 1960
“Ooh Poo Pah Doo–Part II” Jessie Hill May 23, 1960
“He’ll Have to Stay” Jeanne Black May 30, 1960
“Love You So” Ron Holden June 13, 1960
“There’s Something on Your Mind” Bobby Marchan June 13, 1960
“Alley Oop” The Hollywood Argyles July 11, 1960
“Alley Oop” Dante & the Evergreens July 11, 1960
“Mule Skinner Blues” The Fendermen July 11, 1960
“Look for a Star”[4] Garry Mills July 25, 1960
“Look for a Star” Deane Hawley July 25, 1960
“Image of a Girl” The Safaris August 1, 1960
“Please Help Me, I’m Falling” Hank Locklin August 1, 1960
“Look for a Star”[7] Garry Miles August 1, 1960
“Hot Rod Lincoln” Johnny Bond August 8, 1960
“Over the Rainbow” The Demensions September 5, 1960
“Hot Rod Lincoln” Charlie Ryan and the Timberlane Riders September 5, 1960
“Yogi” The Ivy Three September 19, 1960
“A Million to One” Jimmy Charles September 26, 1960
“Mr. Custer” Larry Verne October 10, 1960
“Let’s Think About Living” Bob Luman October 24, 1960
“Diamonds and Pearls” The Paradons October 24, 1960
“You Talk Too Much” Joe Jones November 14, 1960
“Stay” Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs November 21, 1960
“Ruby Duby Du” Tobin Mathews and Co. November 28, 1960
“Don’t Go to Strangers” Etta Jones December 12, 1960
“Sailor (Your Home Is the Sea)” Lolita December 19, 1960

1961

Song Performer Date
“Baby, Oh Baby” The Shells January 16, 1961
“Angel Baby” Rosie & The Originals January 23, 1961
“Lost Love” H.B. Barnum February 6, 1961
“(Ghost) Riders in the Sky” The Ramrods February 20, 1961
“There’s a Moon Out Tonight” The Capris February 27, 1961
“Angel on My Shoulders” Shelby Flint February 27, 1961
“Baby Sittin’ Boogie” Buzz Clifford March 13, 1961
“Apache” Jørgen Ingmann and his Guitar April 3, 1961
“Once Upon a Time” Rochell and the Candles April 10, 1961
“Hideaway” Freddy King April 10, 1961
“Ginnie Bell” Paul Dino April 10, 1961
“Asia Minor” Kokomo April 17, 1961
“Please Love Me Forever” Cathy Jean and the Roommates April 24, 1961
“I’m a Fool to Care” Joe Barry April 24, 1961
“Baby Blue” The Echoes May 1, 1961
“Mother-In-Law” Ernie K-Doe May 22, 1961
“Daddy’s Home” Shep and the Limelites May 29, 1961
“Hello Walls” Faron Young May 29, 1961
“Triangle” Janie Grant May 29, 1961
“Exodus” Eddie Harris June 5, 1961
“Heart and Soul” The Cleftones July 3, 1961
“Rama Lama Ding Dong” The Edsels June 19, 1961
“Count Every Star” Donnie and the Dreamers June 19, 1961
“Better Tell Him No” The Starlets June 19, 1961
“Those Oldies But Goodies (Remind Me of You)” Little Caesar & the Romans June 26, 1961
“Three Hearts in a Tangle” Roy Drusky June 26, 1961
“You Can’t Sit Down, Part 2″ Philip Upchurch Combo July 3, 1961
“Tonight (Could Be the Night)” The Velvets July 10, 1961
“The Graduation Song…Pomp and Circumstance” Adrian Kimberly July 10, 1961
“Yellow Bird” Arthur Lyman July 24, 1961
“I Like It Like That, Part 1″ Chris Kenner July 31, 1961
“Last Night” The Mar-Keys August 7, 1961
“Pretty Little Angel Eyes” Curtis Lee August 7, 1961
“I Just Don’t Understand” Ann-Margret September 11, 1961
“When We Get Married” The Dreamlovers September 18, 1961
“A Little Bit of Soap” The Jarmels September 18, 1961
“Nag” The Halos September 18, 1961
“Lovers Island” The Blue Jays September 18, 1961
“Who Put the Bomp (in the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp)” Barry Mann September 25, 1961
“The Astronaut (Part 1 and 2)” Jose Jimenez (Bill Dana) October 2, 1961
“Mexico” Bob Moore and His Orchestra October 2, 1961
“Take Five” Dave Brubeck Quartet October 9, 1961
“Water Boy” Don Shirley October 9, 1961
“This Time” Troy Shondell October 23, 1961
“Stick Shift” The Duals October 23, 1961
“I Really Love You” The Stereos October 23, 1961
“Foot Stompin’–Part 1″ The Flares October 30, 1961
“Funny How Time Slips Away” Jimmy Elledge November 13, 1961
“You’re the Reason” Bobby Edwards November 20, 1961
“Your Ma Said You Cried in Your Sleep Last Night” Kenny Dino December 25, 1961

1962

Song Performer Date
“Small Sad Sam” Phil McLean January 20, 1962
“I Know (You Don’t Love Me No More)” Barbara George January 27, 1962
“If You Got to Make a Fool of Somebody” James Ray January 27, 1962
“Hey! Baby” Bruce Channel March 10, 1962
“Midnight In Moscow” Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen March 17, 1962
“Let Me In” The Sensations March 17, 1962
“What’s Your Name” Don and Juan March 17, 1962
“Percolator (Twist)” Billy Joe and the Checkmates March 17, 1962
“My Boomerang Won’t Come Back” Charlie Drake March 17, 1962
“Smoky Places” The Corsairs March 17, 1962
“Jamie” Eddie Holland March 24, 1962
“Love Letters” Ketty Lester April 14, 1962
“Dear One” Larry Finnegan April 21, 1962
“You Better Move On” Arthur Alexander April 21, 1962
“The Jam–Part 1″ Bobby Gregg and His Friends April 21, 1962
“Cinderella” Jack Ross April 28, 1962
“Shout! Shout! (Knock Yourself Out)” Ernie Maresca May 19, 1962
“Stranger on the Shore” Mr. Acker Bilk May 26, 1962
“I Wish That We Were Married” Ronnie & the Hi-Lites May 26, 1962
“I Sold My Heart to the Junkman” The Blue-Belles June 2, 1962
“Walk on the Wild Side–Part 2″ Jimmy Smith June 23, 1962
“Village of Love” Nathaniel Mayer and the Fabulous Twilights June 23, 1962
“Teach Me Tonight” George Maharis June 23, 1962
“Theme from Ben Casey Valjean June 23, 1962
“I Love You” The Volume’s June 30, 1962
“Al Di La” Emilio Pericoli July 7, 1962
“Snap Your Fingers” Joe Henderson July 7, 1962
“Wolverton Mountain” Claude King July 21, 1962
“Johnny Get Angry” Joanie Sommers July 21, 1962
“I Need Your Loving” Don Gardner and Dee Dee Ford July 28, 1962
“Bongo Stomp” Little Joey and the Flips July 28, 1962
“You’ll Lose a Good Thing” Barbara Lynn August 11, 1962
“Party Lights” Claudine Clark September 1, 1962
“Till Death Do Us Part” Bob Braun September 1, 1962
“Silver Threads and Golden Needles” The Springfields September 22, 1962
“A Wonderful Dream” The Majors September 22, 1962
“(I’m the Girl On) Wolverton Mountain” Jo Ann Campbell September 22, 1962
“Alley Cat” Bent Fabric and his Piano September 29, 1962
“I Remember You” Frank Ifield October 13, 1962
“Do You Love Me” The Contours October 27, 1962
“Hide and Go Seek–Part 1″ Bunker Hill October 27, 1962
“Close to Cathy” Mike Clifford November 3, 1962
“Torture” Kris Jensen November 3, 1962
“Pop Pop Pop-Pie” The Sherrys November 17, 1962
“That Stranger Used to Be My Girl” Trade Martin November 17, 1962
“Mama Sing a Song” Stan Kenton November 17, 1962
“I Got a Woman, Part 1″ Jimmy McGriff November 24, 1962
“Bobby’s Girl” Marcie Blane December 1, 1962
“The Push and Kick” Mark Valentino December 15, 1962
“Telstar” The Tornados December 22, 1962
“Let’s Go (Pony)” The Routers December 22, 1962

1963

Song Performer Date
“Wiggle Wobble” Les Cooper and his Soul Rockers January 12, 1963
“Tell Him” The Exciters January 19, 1963
“Remember Then” The Earls January 26, 1963
“Cinnamon Cinder (It’s a Very Nice Dance)” The Pastel Six February 2, 1963
“Loop De Loop” Johnny Thunder February 9, 1963
“From a Jack to a King” Ned Miller February 16, 1963
“Fly Me to the Moon–Bossa Nova” Joe Harnell and his Orchestra February 23, 1963
“Cast Your Fate to the Wind” Vince Guaraldi Trio February 23, 1963
“Rhythm of the Rain” The Cascades March 9, 1963
“Wild Weekend” The Rebels March 9, 1963
“Mama Didn’t Lie” Jan Bradley March 9, 1963
“Our Winter Love” Bill Pursell March 30, 1963
“Yakety Sax” Boots Randolph April 6, 1963
“Pipeline” The Chantays May 4, 1963
“Little Band of Gold” James Gilreath May 11, 1963
“Killer Joe” The Rocky Fellers May 18, 1963
“Hot Pastrami” The Dartells May 25, 1963
“El Watusi” Ray Barretto June 1, 1963
“The Love of My Man” Theola Kilgore June 1, 1963
“That’s How Heartaches Are Made” Baby Washington June 1, 1963
“Still” Bill Anderson June 8, 1963
“Sukiyaki” Kyu Sakamoto June 15, 1963
“On Top of Spaghetti” Tom Glazer and the Do-Re-Mi Children’s Chorus[40] July 6, 1963
“Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport” Rolf Harris July 13, 1963
“Swingin’ on a Star” Big Dee Irwin July 13, 1963
“Just One Look” Doris Troy July 27, 1963
“Hootenanny” The Glencoves July 27, 1963
“Till Then” The Classics August 3, 1963
“Six Days on the Road” Dave Dudley August 3, 1963
“Wipe Out” The Surfaris August 10, 1963
“The Lonely Surfer” Jack Nitzsche August 10, 1963
“More” Kai Winding August 24, 1963
“Denise” Randy & the Rainbows August 24, 1963
“Mockingbird” Inez and Charlie Foxx September 7, 1963
“Please Don’t Talk to the Lifeguard” Diane Ray September 21, 1963
“Sally, Go ‘Round the Roses” The Jaynetts September 28, 1963
“Martian Hop” The Ran-Dells September 28, 1963
“The Kind of Boy You Can’t Forget” The Raindrops September 28, 1963
“Part Time Love” Little Johnny Taylor[ October 5, 1963
“Birthday Party” The Pixies Three October 5, 1963
“Bust Out” The Busters October 12, 1963
“Talk to Me” Sunny & the Sunglows October 26, 1963
“Maria Elena” Los Indios Tabajaras November 16, 1963
“Cry to Me” Betty Harris November 16, 1963
“Washington Square” The Village Stompers November 23, 1963
“Dominique” The Singing Nun December 7, 1963
“I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight” Barry & the Tamerlanes December 7, 1963
“Wonderful Summer” Robin Ward December 14, 1963
“You Don’t Have to Be a Baby to Cry” The Caravelles December 21, 1963
“The Boy Next Door” The Secrets December 28, 1963

1964

Song Performer Date
“Midnight Mary” Joey Powers January 4, 1964
“Popsicles and Icicles” The Murmaids January 11, 1964
“What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am)” The Tams February 22, 1964
“Letter from Sherry” Dale Ward February 22, 1964
“California Sun” The Rivieras February 29, 1964
“Penetration” The Pyramids March 14, 1964
“Who Do You Love” The Sapphires March 14, 1964
“I Wish You Love” Gloria Lynne March 14, 1964
“High-Heel Sneakers” Tommy Tucker March 21, 1964
“Hippy Hippy Shake” The Swinging Blue Jeans April 4, 1964
“Rip Van Winkle” The Devotions April 4, 1964
“We Love You Beatles” The Carefrees April 11, 1964
“Forever” Peter Drake and his Talking Steel Guitar April 25, 1964
“Shangri-La” Robert Maxwell and His Harp and Orchestra May 2, 1964
“Charade” Sammy Kaye and his Orchestra May 9, 1964
“Wish Someone Would Care” Irma Thomas May 16, 1964
“White on White” Danny Williams May 16, 1964
“(Just Like) Romeo and Juliet” The Reflections May 30, 1964
“Remember Me” Rita Pavone July 11, 1964
“The Girl from Ipanema” Astrud Gilberto July 18, 1964
“You’re My World” Cilla Black[ August 1, 1964
“Farmer John” The Premiers August 1, 1964
“I Wanna Love Him So Bad” The Jelly Beans August 8, 1964
“I’m Into Somethin’ Good” Earl-Jean August 8, 1964
“Steal Away” Jimmy Hughes August 15, 1964
“She’s the One” The Chartbusters August 15, 1964
“Mixed-Up, Shook-Up Girl” Patty & the Emblems August 15, 1964
“Haunted House” Jumpin’ Gene Simmons August 29, 1964
“Selfish One” Jackie Ross September 5, 1964
“Funny (How Time Slips Away)” Joe Hinton October 10, 1964
“We’ll Sing in the Sunshine” Gale Garnett October 17, 1964
“Little Honda” The Hondells October 31, 1964
“Last Kiss” J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers November 7, 1964
“Tobacco Road” The Nashville Teens November 7, 1964
“Have I the Right?” The Honeycombs November 14, 1964
“Shaggy Dog” Mickey Lee Lane November 28, 1964
“Hawaii Tattoo” The Waikikis December 5, 1964
“Ringo” Lorne Greene December 5, 1964

1965

Song Performer Date
“The Wedding” Julie Rogers January 2, 1965
“My Love, Forgive Me (Amore, Scusami)” Robert Goulet January 2, 1965
“Leader of the Laundromat” The Detergents January 9, 1965
“The Jerk” The Larks January 16, 1965
“Twine Time” Alvin Cash and the Crawlers February 20, 1965
“The Boy from New York City” The Ad Libs February 27, 1965
“I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail” Buck Owens February 27, 1965
“It’s Alright” Adam Faith with The Roulettes February 27, 1965
“The Birds and the Bees” Jewel Akens March 20, 1965
“Goldfinger” Shirley Bassey March 27, 1965
“Don’t Mess Up a Good Thing” Bobby McClure March 27, 1965
“Land of a Thousand Dances” Cannibal & the Headhunters April 17, 1965
“Cast Your Fate to the Wind” Sounds Orchestral May 8, 1965
“The Entertainer” Tony Clarke May 8, 1965
“We’re Gonna Make It” Little Milton May 15, 1965
“Baby the Rain Must Fall” Glenn Yarbrough May 22, 1965
“Oo Wee Baby, I Love You” Fred Hughes May 29, 1965
“Concrete and Clay” Eddie Rambeau June 5, 1965
“Concrete and Clay” Unit 4 + 2 June 12, 1965
“I Do” The Marvelows July 3, 1965
“A Walk in the Black Forest” Horst Jankowski July 10, 1965
“You Turn Me On (Turn On Song)” Ian Whitcomb and Bluesville July 17, 1965
“The Dawn of Correction” The Spokesmen September 18, 1965
“Eve of Destruction” Barry McGuire September 25, 1965
“Liar, Liar” The Castaways October 23, 1965
“Keep on Dancing” The Gentrys October 30, 1965
“Hungry for Love” San Remo Golden Strings October 30, 1965
“Everyone’s Gone to the Moon” Jonathan King November 6, 1965
“You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away” The Silkie November 27, 1965
“May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose” Little Jimmy Dickens December 4, 1965

1966

Song Performer Date
“One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)” Barry Young January 1, 1966
“Harlem Nocturne” The Viscounts January 1, 1966
“Flowers on the Wall” The Statler Brothers January 8, 1966
“Lies” The Knickerbockers January 22, 1966
“The Duck” Jackie Lee January 22, 1966
“The Men in My Little Girl’s Life” Mike Douglas February 5, 1966
“No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach’s In)” The T-Bones February 5, 1966
“Michelle” David and Jonathan February 12, 1966
“Elusive Butterfly” Bob Lind March 12, 1966
“The Cheater” Bob Kuban and the In-Men March 12, 1966
“Batman Theme” Neal Hefti March 12, 1966
“Love Makes the World Go Round” Deon Jackson March 19, 1966
“Walkin’ My Cat Named Dog” Norma Tanega April 9, 1966
“Caroline, No” Brian Wilson April 30, 1966
“I Can’t Grow Peaches on a Cherry Tree” Just Us May 14, 1966
“History Repeats Itself” Buddy Starcher May 14, 1966
“The Ballad of Irving” Frank Gallop May 28, 1966
“Barefootin'” Robert Parker June 18, 1966
“Oh How Happy” The Shades of Blue June 25, 1966
“Cool Jerk” The Capitols July 2, 1966
“Doubleshot (Of My Baby’s Love)” The Swingin’ Medallions July 2, 1966
“Day of Decision” Johnny Sea July 2, 1966
“Little Girl” Syndicate of Sound July 9, 1966
“Dirty Water” The Standells July 9, 1966
“Hey Joe” The Leaves July 9, 1966
“7 and 7 Is” Love July 30, 1966
“They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!” Napoleon XIV August 13, 1966
“Somewhere, My Love” Ray Conniff August 13, 1966
“Searching for My Love” Bobby Moore & the Rhythm Aces August 13, 1966
“Sweet Dreams” Tommy McLain August 20, 1966
“Tar and Cement” Verdelle Smith August 20, 1966
“Black Is Black” Los Bravos October 1, 1966
“Open the Door to Your Heart” Darrell Banks October 1, 1966
“Almost Persuaded” David Houston October 1, 1966
“Psychotic Reaction” Count Five October 15, 1966
“Summer Samba (So Nice)” Walter Wanderley October 15, 1966
“Winchester Cathedral” The New Vaudeville Band December 3, 1966
“(When She Needs Good Lovin’) She Comes to Me” Chicago Loop December 3, 1966
“But It’s Alright” J.J. Jackson December 10, 1966

1967

Song Performer Peak date
“Talk Talk” The Music Machine January 14, 1967
“Gallant Men” Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen January 21, 1967
“Niki Hoeky” P.J. Proby January 28, 1967
“Wild Thing” Senator Bobby February 4, 1967
“(We Ain’t Got) Nothin’ Yet” Blues Magoos February 11, 1967
“Music to Watch Girls By” Bob Crewe Generation February 11, 1967
“Stand By Me” Spyder Turner February 11, 1967
“Hello Hello” Sopwith Camel February 11, 1967
“Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” Cannonball Adderley February 25, 1967
“Pushin’ Too Hard” The Seeds February 25, 1967
“It Takes Two” Kim Weston March 4, 1967
“Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye” The Casinos March 11, 1967
“Sit Down, I Think I Love You” The Mojo Men March 18, 1967
“For What It’s Worth” Buffalo Springfield March 25, 1967
“Friday on My Mind” The Easybeats May 20, 1967
“Yellow Balloon” The Yellow Balloon May 20, 1967
“Sunshine Girl” Parade May 27, 1967
“My Girl Josephine” Jerry Jaye May 27, 1967
“I Was Kaiser Bill’s Batman” Whistling Jack Smith June 3, 1967
“Do It Again a Little Bit Slower” Jon and Robin and the In-Crowd June 24, 1967
“Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead” The Fifth Estate July 1, 1967
“Little Bit O’ Soul” The Music Explosion July 8, 1967
“Come on Down to My Boat” Every Mother’s Son July 8, 1967
“For Your Precious Love” Oscar Toney, Jr. July 8, 1967
“Let the Good Times Roll and Feels So Good” Bunny Sigler August 19, 1967
“The Sweetest Thing This Side of Heaven” Chris Bartley August 19, 1967
“Hypnotized” Linda Jones August 26, 1967
“(I Wanna) Testify” The Parliaments September 23, 1967
“Blue’s Theme” Davie Allan and the Arrows September 23, 1967
“Little Ole Man (Uptight–Everything’s Alright)” Bill Cosby October 14, 1967
“Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)” The Hombres November 18, 1967
“Everlasting Love” Robert Knight November 18, 1967
“Pata Pata” Miriam Makeba November 25, 1967
“Back on the Street Again” Sunshine Company November 25, 1967
“An Open Letter to My Teenage Son” Victor Lundberg December 2, 1967
“Beautiful People” Kenny O’Dell December 16, 1967
“Next Plane to London” The Rose Garden December 30, 1967

1968

Song Performer Peak date
“Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)” John Fred and His Playboy Band January 20, 1968
“Love Power” The Sandpebbles January 27, 1968
“Green Tambourine” The Lemon Pipers February 3, 1968
“Nobody but Me” The Human Beinz February 3, 1968
“Love Is Blue” Paul Mauriat and His Orchestra February 10, 1968
“I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” Madeline Bell February 10, 1968
“Skip a Rope” Henson Cargill February 10, 1968
“Born Free” The Hesitations February 17, 1968
“A Question of Temperature” The Balloon Farm March 23, 1968
“Playboy” Gene and Debbe April 13, 1968
“Does Your Mama Know About Me” Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers April 20, 1968
“Sweet Inspiraton” The Sweet Inspirations April 27, 1968
“Summertime Blues” Blue Cheer May 4, 1968
“The Good, The Bad and the Ugly” Hugo Montenegro June 1, 1968
“Master Jack” Four Jacks and a Jill June 8, 1968
“MacArthur Park” Richard Harris June 22, 1968
“Reach Out of the Darkness” Friend and Lover June 22, 1968
“I Love You” People June 22, 1968
“The Horse” Cliff Nobles and Co. June 29, 1968
“Angel of the Morning” Merrilee Rush and the Turnabouts June 29, 1968
“Tip Toe Thru’ The Tulips With Me” Tiny Tim June 29, 1968
“Here Comes the Judge” Shorty Long July 6, 1968
“Grazing in the Grass” Hugh Masekela July 20, 1968
“Here Comes the Judge” Pigmeat Markham July 27, 1968
“Pictures of Matchstick Men” Status Quo August 3, 1968
“Classical Gas” Mason Williams August 3, 1968
“Journey to the Center of the Mind” The Amboy Dukes August 24, 1968
“Love Makes a Woman” Barbara Acklin August 31, 1968
“Naturally Stoned” The Avant-Garde August 31, 1968
“Harper Valley PTA” Jeannie C. Riley September 21, 1968
“In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” Iron Butterfly September 28, 1968
“Girl Watcher” The O’Kaysions October 5, 1968
“Indian Reservation” Don Fardon October 5, 1968
“Quick Joey Small (Run Joey Run)” Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus October 5, 1968
“Fire” Crazy World of Arthur Brown October 19, 1968
“All Along the Watchtower” The Jimi Hendrix Experience October 19, 1968
“Baby, Come Back” The Equals October 26, 1968
“Shape of Things to Come” Max Frost and the Troopers October 26, 1968
“Piece of My Heart” Big Brother and the Holding Company November 9, 1968
“The Funky Judge” Bull & the Matadors November 16, 1968
“Little Arrows” Leapy Lee December 7, 1968
“Shame, Shame” The Magic Lanterns December 21, 1968

1969

Song Performer Peak date
“Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero (The More I Love You)” Rene y Rene January 4, 1969
“The Worst That Could Happen” Brooklyn Bridge February 1, 1969
“I Got a Line on You” Spirit March 15, 1969
“The Letter” The Arbors April 5, 1969
“Hot Smoke and Sassafras” Bubble Puppy April 19, 1969
“Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'” Crazy Elephant May 3, 1969
“Will You Be Staying After Sunday” Peppermint Rainbow May 3, 1969
“Nothing but a Heartache” The Flirtations May 24, 1969
“Love (Can Make You Happy)” Mercy May 31, 1969
“Morning Girl” The Neon Philharmonic June 7, 1969
“More Today Than Yesterday” Spiral Starecase June 14, 1969
“Israelites” Desmond Dekker and the Aces June 28, 1969
“Black Pearl” The Checkmates, LTD. July 5, 1969
“Medicine Man” The Buchanan Brothers July 5, 1969
“In the Year 2525 (Exordium and Terminus)” Zager and Evans July 12, 1969
“Color Him Father” The Winstons July 19, 1969
“Abraham, Martin and John” Moms Mabley[131] July 19, 1969
“My Pledge of Love” Joe Jeffrey Group July 26, 1969
“Quentin’s Theme” Charles Randolph Grean Sounde August 2, 1969
“Yesterday, When I Was Young” Roy Clark[132] August 2, 1969
“Good Old Rock and Roll” Cat Mother & the All Night News Boys August 2, 1969
“Reconsider Me” Johnny Adams August 2, 1969
“Nobody But You Babe” Clarence Reid[133] August 2, 1969
“Moonflight” Vik Venus August 9, 1969
“Polk Salad Annie” Tony Joe White[134] August 23, 1969
“Sugar on Sunday” Clique August 30, 1969
“Get Together”[135] The Youngbloods[136] September 6, 1969
“Birthday” Underground Sunshine September 6, 1969
“Did You See Her Eyes” The Illusion September 6, 1969
“Keem-O-Sabe” The Electric Indian September 27, 1969
“When I Die” Motherlode October 11, 1969
“In a Moment” The Intrigues October 11, 1969
“Tracy” The Cuff Links October 25, 1969
“You, I” The Rugbys October 25, 1969
“Make Believe” Wind[137] October 25, 1969
“Jealous Kind of Fella” Garland Green November 1, 1969
“Baby It’s You” Smith November 1, 1969
“Jesus Is a Soul Man” Lawrence Reynolds November 1, 1969
“Something in the Air” Thunderclap Newman November 1, 1969
“Echo Park” Keith Barbour November 1, 1969
“Smile a Little Smile for Me” The Flying Machine November 22, 1969
“Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye” Steam December 6, 1969
“Groovy Grubworm” Harlow Wilcox and the Oakies December 13, 1969

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One Hit wonders 1950’s

Posted on July 23, 2013 by Comments are off

One hit Wonders 1950’s

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One Hit wonders 1955

Song Performer  Date
“Runaround” The Three Chuckles November 13, 1954
“Let Me Go, Lover!” The Lancers December 18, 1954
“Let Me Go, Lover!” Joan Weber
“Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)” The Penguins February 5, 1955
“Make Yourself Comfortable” Peggy King February 5, 1955
“(My Baby Don’t Love Me) No More” DeJohn Sisters February 12, 1955
“Pledging My Love” Johnny Ace March 19, 1955
“The Ballad of Davy Crockett” The Voices of Walter Schumann April 9, 1955
“Dixie Danny” Laurie Sisters April 16, 1955
“Plantation Boogie” Lenny Dee May 4, 1955
“Don’t Be Angry” Nappy Brown May 7, 1955
“The Breeze and I (Andalucia)” Caterina Valente May 14, 1955
“Blue Star (The “Medic Theme”)” Felicia Sanders May 28, 1955
“Alabama Jubilee” Ferko String Band June 18, 1955
“Love Me or Leave Me” Lena Horne July 9, 1955
“The Bandit (O’Cangaceiro)” Eddie Barclay and His Orchestra July 16, 1955
“The Man in the Raincoat” Marion Marlowe July 16, 1955
“The Man in the Raincoat” Priscilla Wright with Don Wright and The Septette August 6, 1955
“The Popcorn Song” Cliffie Stone and His Orchestra August 20, 1955
“The House of Blue Lights” Chuck Miller August 27, 1955
“I Want You to Be My Baby” Lillian Briggs October 1, 1955
“At My Front Door (Crazy Little Mama)” The El Dorados November 12, 1955
“Daddy-O” Bonnie Lou December 3, 1955
“It’s Almost Tomorrow” Snooky Lanson December 3, 1955
“Autumn Leaves” Steve Allen December 10, 1955
“Cry Me a River” Julie London December 17, 1955
“Oh! Susanna” The Singing Dogs December 17, 1955
“(I’m Gettin’) Nuttin’ for Christmas” Ricky Zahnd and the Blue Jeaners December 24, 1955
“Nuttin’ for Christmas” Barry Gordon December 31, 1955
“Nuttin’ for Xmas” Joe Ward December 31, 1955

One Hit wonders 1956

Song Performer  Date
“Band of Gold” Kit Carson January 7, 1956
“When You Dance” The Turbans January 14, 1956
“April in Paris” Count Basie[ February 4, 1956
“(A Theme from) the Three Penny Opera (Moritat)” Richard Hayman and Jan August February 11, 1956
“Chain Gang” Bobby Scott February 18, 1956
“Cry Baby” Bonnie Sisters March 3, 1956
“Lovely One” The Four Voices March 17, 1956
“Eloise” Kay Thompson March 17, 1956
“Lullaby of Birdland” The Blue Stars March 24, 1956
“Mr. Wonderful” Teddi King March 24, 1956
“11th Hour Melody” Lou Busch and His Orchestra March 24, 1956
“Eddie My Love” The Teen Queens March 31, 1956
“(Themes From) The Man with the Golden Arm Richard Maltby and His Orchestra March 31, 1956
“Main Theme from The Man with the Golden Arm Elmer Bernstein April 28, 1956
“Blue Suede Shoes” Carl Perkins May 19, 1956
“Moonglow and Theme from Picnic Morris Stoloff Conducting the Columbia Pictures Orchestra[ June 2, 1956
“The Happy Whistler” Don Robertson June 2, 1956
“Ivory Tower” Cathy Carr June 16, 1956
“Portuguese Washerwomen” Joe “Fingers” Carr June 16, 1956
“Graduation Day” The Rover Boys June 23, 1956
“Free” Tommy Leonetti July 7, 1956
“Stranded in the Jungle” The Cadets July 28, 1956
“Stranded in the Jungle” The Jayhawks July 28, 1956
“Stranded in the Jungle” The Gadabouts August 4, 1956
“The Old Philosopher” Eddie Lawrence September 1, 1956
“A Casual Look” The Six Teens September 1, 1956
“The Fool” Sanford Clark September 22, 1956
“When the White Lilacs Bloom Again” Helmut Zacharias and His Magic Violins September 22, 1956
“Tonight You Belong to Me” The Lennon Sisters September 29, 1956
“True Love” Grace Kelly October 6, 1956
“Peanuts” Little Joe and the Thrillers October 13, 1956
“True Love” Jane Powell October 27, 1956
“Priscilla” Eddie Cooley November 24, 1956
“City of Angels” The Highlights November 24, 1956
“Confidential” Sonny Knight November 24, 1956
“Garden of Eden” Joe Valino December 8, 1956
“Blueberry Hill” Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra and Chorus December 15, 1956
“Slow Walk” Sil Austin December 22, 1956
“Cindy, Oh Cindy” Vince Martin December 22, 1956
“Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody” Jerry Lewis December 29, 1956
“Since I Met You Baby” Ivory Joe Hunter December 29, 1956

One Hit wonders 1957

Song Performer Peak date
“Your Wild Heart” Joy Layne February 23, 1957
“Cinco Robles (Five Oaks)” Russell Arms February 23, 1957
“The Swingin’ Shepherd Blues” Moe Koffman Quartette February 23, 1957
“Love Is Strange” Mickey & Sylvia[16] March 2, 1957
“The Walk” Jimmy McCracklin with his Band March 9, 1957
“Bad Boy” The Jive Bombers
“Sittin’ in the Balcony” Johnny Dee[17] March 16, 1957
“Marianne” Terry Gilkyson and the Easy Riders April 6, 1957
“Almost Paradise” Lou Stein April 6, 1957
“I’m Stickin’ with You” Jimmy Bowen with The Rhythm Orchids April 27, 1957
“Pledge of Love” Ken Copeland[18] May 6, 1957
“Rosie Lee” The Mello-Tones May 13, 1957
“After School” Randy Starr May 13, 1957
“Dark Moon” Bonnie Guitar June 10, 1957
“Gonna Find Me a Bluebird” Marvin Rainwater June 10, 1957
“Freight Train” Charles McDevitt Skiffle Group June 10, 1957
“A Fallen Star” Jimmy Newman June 10, 1957
“With All My Heart” Jodie Sands June 24, 1957
“Let the Four Winds Blow” Roy Brown July 1, 1957
“(Main Theme) Around the World” Victor Young and His Singing Strings July 8, 1957
“Over the Mountain; Across the Sea” Johnnie & Joe July 22, 1957
“White Silver Sands” Dave Gardner July 29, 1957
“Rainbow” Russ Hamilton September 16, 1957
“Mr. Lee” The Bobbettes September 13, 1957
“Moonlight Swim” Tony Perkins October 7, 1957
“Black Slacks” Joe Bennett and the Sparkletones October 14, 1957
“Happy, Happy Birthday Baby” The Tune Weavers October 28, 1957
“Silhouettes/Daddy Cool” The Rays November 4, 1957
“Little Bitty Pretty One” Thurston Harris November 11, 1957
“Alone (Why Must I Be Alone)” Shepherd Sisters November 11, 1957
“Liechtensteiner Polka” Will Glahe and His Orchestra November 25, 1957
“Could This Be Magic” The Dubs December 2, 1957
“The Joker (That’s What They Call Me)” Billy Myles December 2, 1957
“Hey Little Girl” The Techniques December 9, 1957
“Raunchy” Bill Justis December 16, 1957
“Raunchy” Ernie Freeman December 30, 1957
“I’m Available” Margie Rayburn December 16, 1957

One Hit wonders 1958

Song Performer Date
“Buzz-Buzz-Buzz” The Hollywood Flames January 27, 1958
“At the Hop” Nick Todd February 10, 1958
“The Swingin’ Shepherd Blues” Moe Koffman Quartette February 10, 1958
“Get a Job” The Silhouettes February 24, 1958
“She’s Neat” Dale Wright with the Rock-Its February 24, 1958
“Oh Julie” The Crescendos March 3, 1958
“Oh Julie” Sammy Salvo March 3, 1958
“7-11″ The Gone All Stars March 3, 1958
“We Belong Together” Robert & Johnny March 3, 1958
“You Can Make It If You Try” Gene Allison March 10, 1958
“Been So Long” The Pastels March 10, 1958
“Tequila” Eddie Platt March 31, 1958
“Dinner with Drac–Part 1″ John Zacherle “The Cool Ghoul” March 31, 1958
“He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands” Laurie London April 14, 1958
“Lollipop” Ronald & Ruby April 14, 1958
“Don’t You Just Know It” Huey “Piano” Smith and the Clowns April 14, 1958
“Book of Love” The Monotones April 21, 1958
“Chanson D’Amour (Song of Love)” Art and Dotty Todd May 5, 1958
“Wishing for Your Love” The Voxpoppers May 5, 1958
“You” The Aquatones May 26, 1958
“Torero” Renato Carosone June 2, 1958
“Padre” Toni Arden June 2, 1958
“Purple People Eater” Sheb Wooley June 9, 1958
“For Your Love” Ed Townsend June 9, 1958
“When the Boys Talk About the Girls” Valerie Carr June 9, 1958
“Cha-Hua-Hua” The Pets June 9, 1958
“(It’s Been a Long Time) Pretty Baby” Gino and Gina June 23, 1958
“Jennie Lee” Jan and Arnie June 30, 1958
“Endless Sleep” Jody Reynolds June 30, 1958
“Got a Match?” The Daddy O’s July 7, 1958
“Delicious” Jim Backus and Friend July 21, 1958
“One Summer Night” The Danleers July 28, 1958
“Judy” Frankie Vaughan July 28, 1958
“Baubles, Bangles and Beads” Kirby Stone Four July 28, 1958
“Willie and the Hand Jive” Johnny Otis Show August 4, 1958
“The Freeze” Tony and Joe August 4, 1958
“Crazy Eyes for You” Bobby Hamilton August 4, 1958
“Early in the Morning” The Rinky Dinks August 11, 1958
“Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare)” Domenico Modugno August 18, 1958
“Little Star” The Elegants August 25, 1958
“Born Too Late” The Poni-Tails September 15, 1958
“Down the Aisle of Love” The Quin-Tones September 15, 1958
“Tea for Two Cha Cha” The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and Warren Covington September 15, 1958
“Summertime, Summertime” The Jamies September 22, 1958
“Weekend” The Kingsmen September 22, 1958
“Cerveza” Boots Brown September 29, 1958
“You Cheated” The Shields October 6, 1958
“Itchy Twitchy Feeling” Bobby Hendricks October 6, 1958
“Need You” Donnie Owens October 6, 1958
“Rockin’ Robin” Bobby Day October 13, 1958
“The End” Earl Grant October 13, 1958
“Susie Darlin'” Robin Luke October 13, 1958
“The Blob” The Five Blobs November 3, 1958
“Back to School Again” Timmie “Oh Yeah” Rogers November 18, 1958
“Poor Boy” The Royaltones December 1, 1958
“To Know Him Is to Love Him” The Teddy Bears December 15, 1958
“Philadelphia, U.S.A.” The Nu-Tornados December 22, 1958
“The Little Drummer Boy” Harry Simeone Chorale December 28, 1958

One Hit wonders 1959

Song Performer Peak date
“Gotta Travel On” Billy Grammer January 19, 1959
“Teasin'” The Quaker City Boys January 26, 1959
“Manhattan Spiritual” Reg Owen February 9, 1959
“The Little Space Girl” Jesse Lee Turner February 9, 1959
“Pretty Girls Everywhere” Eugene Church and the Fellows February 23, 1959
“Petite Fleur (Little Flower)” Chris Barber’s Jazz Band March 2, 1959
“I’ve Had It” The Bell Notes March 9, 1959
“You Can Make It If You Try” Gene Allison March 9, 1959
“I Got a Wife” The Mark IV March 16, 1959
“Tragedy” Thomas Wayne with the DeLons March 23, 1959
“Guess Who” Jesse Belvin March 30, 1959
“Sea Cruise” Frankie Ford April 6, 1959
“This Should Go on Forever” Rod Bernard April 13, 1959
“Pink Shoe Laces” Dodie Stevens April 13, 1959
“Tell Him No” Travis and Bob April 27, 1959
“Guitar Boogie Shuffle” The Virtues April 27, 1959
“Three Stars” Tommy Dee May 4, 1959
“Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)” Edward Byrnes May 11, 1959
“Sorry (I Ran All the Way Home)” The Impalas May 11, 1959
“Only You” Franck Pourcel’s French Fiddles June 1, 1959
“Lonely for You” Gary Stites June 1, 1959
“I’ve Come of Age” Billy Storm June 1, 1959
“No Chemise, Please” Gerry Granahan June 9, 1959
“So Fine” The Fiestas June 15, 1959
“Tall Cool One”[34] The Wailers June 22, 1959
“Bongo Rock” Preston Epps June 29, 1959
“Hushabye” The Mystics June 29, 1959
“Little Dipper” Mickey Mozart Quintet July 6, 1959
“You’re So Fine” The Falcons July 13, 1959
“Waterloo” Stonewall Jackson July 13, 1959
“Mona Lisa” Carl Mann August 10, 1959
“Ciao, Ciao Bambina” Jacky Noguez and His Musette Orchestra August 10, 1959
“Here Comes Summer” Jerry Keller August 17, 1959
“Robbin the Cradle” Tony Bellus August 17, 1959
“Mary Lou” Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks August 17, 1959
“Sea of Love” Phil Phillips with the Twilights August 24, 1959
“The Mummy” Bob McFadden and Dor August 24, 1959
“See You in September” The Tempos September 7, 1959
“The Three Bells (The Jimmy Brown Story)” Dick Flood September 14, 1959
“Morgen” Ivo Robic and the Song-Masters September 21, 1959
“Makin’ Love” Floyd Robinson September 28, 1959
“I Loves You, Porgy” Nina Simone October 5, 1959
“Say Man” Bo Diddley[ October 26, 1959
“Battle Hymn of the Republic” Mormon Tabernacle Choir October 26, 1959
“You Were Mine” The Fireflies October 26, 1959
“Deck of Cards” Wink Martindale[42] November 2, 1959
“The Enchanted Sea” The Islanders November 16, 1959
“High School U.S.A. (Area)” Tommy Facenda November 16, 1959
“Woo Hoo” The Rock-A-Teens November 23, 1959
“Midnight Stroll” The Revels November 30, 1959
“In the Mood” Ernie Fields December 14, 1959
“Just Come Home” Hugo and Luigi December 14, 1959
“Marina” Rocco Granata and the International Quintet December 21, 1959
“Uh! Oh! Part 2″ The Nutty Squirrels December 28, 1959
“The Happy Reindeer” Dancer, Prancer and Nervous December 28, 1959

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A Flock of Seagulls van and musical equipment stolen

Posted on July 23, 2013 by Comments are off

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A van filled with musical equipment belonging to the ’80s rock band A Flock of Seagulls was stolen at a hotel in Downey early Sunday morning.

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The band—best known for the 1982 hit “I Ran (So Far Away)”— parked their vehicle in the parking lot of Comfort Inn around 1:45 a.m. after they got back from a show in Bellflower.

When they woke up that morning, the vehicle was gone.

The hotel’s security cameras showed a suspect break into the 1999 Ford E-350 van with Florida license plates, get inside and then drive away around 2:15 a.m.

“It’s scary how quick it is. We’re talking about 30 seconds to actually get in and drive off,” said guitarist Joe Rodriguez.

Inside the vehicle was the band’s entire sound system and instruments, valued at almost $70,000, as well as two computer hard drives with all the music from lead singer Mike Score’s upcoming solo album.

“It’s 18 months work. My first-ever solo project…it may be just thrown in the bin by somebody,” said Score.

After the theft, the band played a concert in Woodland Hills—with rented instruments.

“We did what we could with what we were given and luckily, the crowd enjoyed it. But we didn’t enjoy it because I’m playing my keyboard and going, ‘Where are my sounds?’” he said.

Score said he’s hopeful he’ll get his van back, but at the very least, he hopes his two hard drives will soon be in his possession.

“If those guys who stole our van are out there, give us our stuff back and let us go on and be a band,” he said.

Summer 2013 Most requested Songs

Posted on July 19, 2013 by Comments are off

 

Summer 2013 Most requested Songs

 

summer

 

Alice Cooper “School’s out”

Anna Sun “Walk The Moon”

Blake Shelton: “Boys ‘Round”

Brad Paisley: “Beat This Summer”

Brett Eldredge: “Don’t Ya”

Bruce Springsteen “Girls In Their Summer Clothes”

Bruno Mars “Treasure”

Chase Rice: “That’s How She Rolls”

Chic “A Warm Summer Night”

Chris Young: “Aw Naw”

Cole Swindell: “Chillin It”

David Nail: “Whatever She’s Got”

Don Henley “Boys Of Summer”

First Class “Beach Baby”

Florida Georgia Line Featuring Nelly “Cruise ”

Florida Georgia Line: “Round Here”

Fountains Of Wayne “It Must Be Summer”

Gavin Degraw “Indian Summer”

Heart “Crazy On You”

Imagine Dragons “Radioactive ”
Jason Aldean: “Night Train”

Joel Crouse: “If You Want Some”

Justin Timberlake “Mirrors ”

Kacey Musgraves: “Blowin’ Smoke”

Katy Perry “California Gurls”

Kool & The Gang “Summer Madness”

Lee Brice: “Parking Lot Party”

Lindsey Buckingham “Holiday Road”

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Ray Dalton “Can’t Hold Us ”

Madonna “Celebration”

Martha And The Vandellas “Dancing In The Street

Michael Jackson “Farewell My Summer Love”

Miley Cyrus “We Can’t Stop ”

Oceana “Endless Summer”

P!nk Featuring Nate Ruess ” Just Give Me A Reason”

Pat Boone “Love Letters In The Sand”

Queens Of The Stone Age “Feel Good Hit Of The Summer”

Randy Houser: “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight”

Robin Thicke Featuring T.I. + Pharrell “Blurred Lines”

Ronnie Dove “Happy Summer Days”

Selena Gomez “Come & Get It ”

Sly & The Family Stone “Hot Fun In The Summertime

Stevie Wonder “Never Dreamed You’d Leave In Summer”

The Beach Boys “Surfer Girl”

The Beach Boys “Your Summer Dream”

The Beatles “Good Day Sunshine”

The Beatles “Here Comes The Sun”

The loving spoonful “summer in the city”

The Motels “Suddenly Last Summer”

Thomas Rhett: “It Goes Like This”

Tony Carey “The First Day Of Summer”

U2 “Beautiful Day”

Van Morrison “Evening In June”

Zac Brown Band: “Jump Right In”

 

then there’s the songs that will destroy a family gathering

Posted on July 16, 2013 by Comments are off

then there’s the songs that will destroy a family gathering

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If you want to send grandma into cardiac arrest or have uncle Jed searching for his shotgun, play these jewels back to back.

Four songs this week make the  DO NOT PLAY LIST

DO NOT PLAYLIST 
Artist Title 
New Miguel How Many Drinks “….would it take to leave with me.”
New Ciara Body Party “my body is your party”
New DJ Khaled (w Drake, Ross, Wayne) No New Firends Filled with Ni**ers,  & F-bombs
New Wale Bad Slow grind beat with nasty lyrics

Sweet Sixteen DJ Services

Posted on July 12, 2013 by Comments are off

Sweet Sixteen DJ Services

From a Girl to a Lady…

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We understand the significance of this day in a girl’s life and the proud moment that this is for her family. The entertainment is the most important part of any event. But never more so than for a Sweet Sixteen party.

We maintain a music play list! You see it, you listen to it, and you choose all of your music. We include the most current and most popular songs that you and your friends expect. It is extremely important to have an understanding of what music is available to you and how it is chosen.

This is your family’s party and you are the expert on what music you and your guests will enjoy.

Has your Party approaches, you’ll need to select a list of Party songs for your DJ to play. You’ll need general party songs, cake cutting any special dances.

It may sound easy, but many Teens and Parents or Guardian’s either don’t have time to do this or struggle to think of enough songs to add to the list. So they end up listening to songs that the DJ chose for their party instead of their personal top party songs.

Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ Service keeps a list of preferred youth Party and Birthday songs to use in a pinch but would rather play the songs you want to hear.

Please keep in mind we do have many more songs in our music collection however playing many venues it is preferred to play clean or radio edits of chosen songs, It is also very important that a parent set the guidelines for music being played The only person(s) to over ride any preset agreement on music to be played at youth events are the parent(s) or Guardians who signed the venue contract, please keep in mind not all radio or clean versions of songs are completely without profanity.

  1. Maroon 5     One More Night
  2. Rihanna     Diamonds
  3. Pitbull     Don’t Stop The Party
  4. Baauer     Harlem Shake
  5. Trey Songz     Simply Amazing
  6. Ne-Yo     Let me Love You
  7. Ke$ha     Die Young
  8. Pink     Try
  9. Alecia Keys     Girl Unfire
  10. Justin Bieber     As Long As You Love Me
  11. Alex Clair     Too Close
  12. Taylor Swift     We are never getting back together
  13. Psy     Gangnam Style
  14. Chris Brown     Don’t Wake Me Up
  15. Pink     Blow Me One Last Kiss
  16. Owl City-Carly Rae Jepsen     Good Time
  17. Maroon 5     Payphone
  18. Carly Jepsen     Call Me Maybe
  19. David Guetta/ Chris Brown     I Can Only Imagine
  20. Rihanna     Where have you been
  21. Trey Songz     Heart Attack
  22. Usher     Numb
  23. Future     Turn on the Lights
  24. Ellie Goulding     Lights
  25. Nicki Minaj     Pound the Alarm
  26. One Direction     Live While we’re young
  27. David Guetta     Titanium
  28. Calvin  Harris     Lets Go
  29. Katy Perry     Wide Awake
  30. Kelly Clarkson     Stronger
  31. David Guetta/Nicki Minaj     Turn Me on
  32. Justin Bieber     Boyfriend
  33. Taylor Swft-B.O.B     Both Of Us
  34. 50 Cent/Dr. Dre/Alicia Keys     New Day
  35. Katy Perry     Part of Me
  36. Flo Rida     Good Feelin
  37. Pitbull     Back In Time
  38. Gym Class Heroes     Self  Back Home
  39. Nicki Minaj     Starships
  40. Chris Brown     Turn Up The Music
  41. Goyte     Somebody that I used to Know
  42. Rihanna     We Found Love
  43. The Wanted     Glad You Came
  44. One Direction     What Makes You Beautiful
  45. Drake /Rihanna     Take Care
  46. Calvin  Harris     Feel So Close
  47. Rihanna     You Da One
  48. Young Jeezy     Leave you alone
  49. B.O.B     So Good
  50. J. Jessie     Domino
  51. Karmin     Broken Hearted
  52. Pitbull/w Chris Brown     International Love
  53. Jennifer Lopez     Dance Again
  54. Chris Rene     Young Homie
  55. LMFAO     Sorry for Party Rockin
  56. Hot Chelle Rae     I Like it Like That
  57. Bruno Mars     It Will Rain
  58. David Guetta     Without You
  59. J Cole     Workout
  60. Selena Gomez     Love you Like a Love Song
  61. Dev & Enrique Iglesias     Naked
  62. Outasight     Tonight is the Night
  63. Foster the People     Don’t Stop
  64. Gym Class Heros     Stereo Hearts
  65. Drake     Headlines
  66. Jason Derulo     It Girl
  67. LMFAO     Sexy and I know it
  68. Lady Gaga     Marry the Night
  69. Nicki MinajRihanna     Fly
  70. Maroon 5/Aguilera     Moves Like Jagger
  71. Britney Spears     I Wanna Go
  72. Enrique Iglesias     I Like How it Feels
  73. LMFAO     Party Rock Anthem
  74. Cobra Starship     You Make Me Feel
  75. Alexandra Stan     Mr. Saxobeat
  76. New Boyz     Better with the Lights on
  77. Bad Meets Evil     Lighters (squeaky clean)
  78. Kanye West     All of the lights
  79. Nicki Minaj     Super Bass
  80. Karmin     Crash Your Party
  81. Sean Paul     Got 2 Luv
  82. David Guetta     Where them Girls at
  83. T-Pain     Best Love Song
  84. Lady Gaga     The Edge of Glory
  85. Chris Brown     She Ain’t You
  86. Bruno Mars     Lazy Song
  87. Beyonce     Best Thing I Never Had
  88. Lupe Fiasco     The Show Goes on
  89. Black Eyed Peas     Just Can’t Get Enough
  90. Jennifer Lopez     I’m Into You
  91. Wiz Khalifa     Roll Up
  92. Adele     Rolling in the Deep
  93. Britney Spears     Til The World Ends
  94. Katy Perry     ET
  95. Tinie Tempah     Written in the Stars
  96. Britney Spears Hold it against Me
  97. Lady Gaga     Born This Way
  98. Usher     More
  99. Enrique Iglesias     Tonght
  100. Ke$ha     Blow
  101. Pittbull     Rain on Me
  102. Far East Movement     Rocketeer
  103. Chris Brown     Yeah 3X
  104. Katy Perry     Firework
  105. Taio Cruise-Travie MacCoy     Higher
  106. Nelly     Gone
  107. Bruno Mars     Grenade
  108. Chris Brown     Deuces
  109. Rihanna     What’s My Name
  110. Justin Timberlake Mirrors
  111. Macklemore/Ryan Lewis Can’t Hold  Us
  112. Demi Lovato Heart Attack
  113. Krewella Alive
  114. Pitbull-C Aguilera Feel This Moment
  115. Chris Brown Fine China
  116. Macklemoore-Ryan Lewis Thrift Shop CAUTION- USE JUDGEMENT
  117. Justin Timberlake Suit annd Tie
  118. Justin Bieber /Wil I am that Power
  119. Ariana Grande / Mac Miller The Way
  120. Selena Gomez Come & Get it
  121. Maroon 5 Daylight
  122. Calvin Harris/Florence Welch Sweet Nothing
  123. Mariah Carey/ Miguel Beautiful
  124. Daft Punk Get Lucky
  125. Emeli Sande Next to Me
  126. Sean  Kingston/Chris Brown/Wiz Beat it
  127. Swedish House Mafia Don’t You Worry Child
  128. Avril Lavigne Here’s to never growing up
  129. Olly Murs/ w Flo Rida Troublemaker
  130. Imagine Dragons It’s Time
  131. Robin Thicke Blurred Lines
  132. Justin Bieber w /Nicki Minaj Beauty and a Beat
  133. Flo Rida I Cry
  134. Bruno Mars Treasure
  135. Zedd / Ft Foxes Clarity
  136. Maroon 5 Love Somebody
  137. Justin Bieber All  Around the World
  138. Kelly Clarkson Catch My Breath
  139. Justin Timberlake Mirrors
  140. Macklemore/Ryan Lewis Can’t Hold  Us
  141. Demi Lovato Heart Attack
  142. Krewella Alive
  143. Pitbull-C Aguilera Feel This Moment
  144. Chris Brown Fine China
  145. Macklemoore-Ryan Lewis Thrift Shop (CAUTION- USE JUDGEMENT)
  146. Justin Timberlake Suit annd Tie
  147. Justin Bieber /Wil I am  that Power
  148. Ariana Grande / Mac Miller The Way
  149. Selena Gomez Come & Get it
  150. Maroon 5 Daylight
  151. Calvin Harris/Florence Welch Sweet Nothing
  152. Mariah Carey/ Miguel  Beautiful
  153. Daft Punk Get Lucky
  154. Emeli Sande Next to Me
  155. Sean  Kingston/Chris Brown/Wiz Beat it
  156. Swedish House Mafia Don’t You Worry Child
  157. Avril Lavigne Here’s to never growing up
  158. Olly Murs/ w Flo Rida Troublemaker
  159. Imagine Dragons It’s Time
  160. Will.I.AM-Britney Spears Scream and Shout
  161. Robin Thicke Blurred Lines
  162. Justin Bieber w /Nicki Minaj Beauty and a Beat
  163. Flo Rida I Cry
  164. Bruno Mars Treasure
  165. Zedd / Ft Foxes Clarity
  166. Maroon 5 Love Somebody
  167. Justin Bieber All  Around the World
  168. Kelly Clarkson Catch My Breath
  169. Maroon 5     One More Night
  170. Rihanna     Diamonds
  171. Pitbull     Don’t Stop The Party
  172. Baauer     Harlem Shake
  173. Trey Songz     Simply Amazing
  174. Ne-Yo     Let me Love You
  175. Ke$ha     Die Young
  176. Pink     Try
  177. Alecia Keys     Girl Unfire
  178. Justin Bieber     As Long As You Love Me
  179. Alex Clair     Too Close
  180. Taylor Swift     We are never getting back together
  181. Psy     Gangnam Style
  182. Chris Brown     Don’t Wake Me Up
  183. Pink     Blow Me One Last Kiss
  184. Owl City-Carly Rae Jepsen     Good Time
  185. Maroon 5     Payphone
  186. Carly Jepsen     Call Me Maybe
  187. David Guetta/ Chris Brown     I Can Only Imagine
  188. Rihanna     Where have you been
  189. Trey Songz     Heart Attack
  190. Usher     Numb
  191. Future     Turn on the Lights
  192. Ellie Goulding     Lights
  193. Nicki Minaj     Pound the Alarm
  194. One Direction     Live While we’re young
  195. David Guetta     Titanium
  196. Calvin  Harris     Lets Go
  197. Katy Perry     Wide Awake
  198. Kelly Clarkson     Stronger
  199. David Guetta/Nicki Minaj     Turn Me on
  200. Justin Bieber     Boyfriend
  201. Taylor Swft-B.O.B     Both Of Us
  202. 50 Cent/Dr. Dre/Alicia Keys     New Day
  203. Katy Perry     Part of Me
  204. Flo Rida     Good Feelin
  205. Pitbull     Back In Time
  206. Gym Class Heroes     Self  Back Home
  207. Nicki Minaj     Starships
  208. Chris Brown     Turn Up The Music
  209. Goyte     Somebody that I used to Know
  210. Rihanna     We Found Love
  211. The Wanted     Glad You Came
  212. One Direction     What Makes You Beautiful
  213. Drake /Rihanna     Take Care
  214. Calvin  Harris     Feel So Close
  215. Rihanna     You Da One
  216. Young Jeezy     Leave you alone
  217. B.O.B     So Good
  218. J. Jessie     Domino
  219. Karmin     Broken Hearted
  220. Pitbull/w Chris Brown     International Love
  221. Jennifer Lopez     Dance Again
  222. Chris Rene     Young Homie
  223. LMFAO     Sorry for Party Rockin
  224. Hot Chelle Rae     I Like it Like That
  225. Bruno Mars     It Will Rain
  226. David Guetta     Without You
  227. J Cole     Workout
  228. Selena Gomez     Love you Like a Love Song
  229. Dev & Enrique Iglesias     Naked
  230. Outasight     Tonight is the Night
  231. Foster the People     Don’t Stop
  232. Gym Class Heros     Stereo Hearts
  233. Drake     Headlines
  234. Jason Derulo     It Girl
  235. LMFAO     Sexy and I know it
  236. Lady Gaga     Marry the Night
  237. Nicki Minaj-Rihanna     Fly
  238. Maroon 5/Aguilera     Moves Like Jagger
  239. Britney Spears     I Wanna Go
  240. Enrique Iglesias     I Like How it Feels
  241. LMFAO     Party Rock Anthem
  242. Cobra Starship     You Make Me Feel
  243. Alexandra Stan     Mr. Saxobeat
  244. New Boyz     Better with the Lights on
  245. Bad Meets Evil     Lighters (squeaky clean)
  246. Kanye West     All of the lights
  247. Nicki Minaj     Super Bass
  248. Karmin     Crash Your Party
  249. Sean Paul     Got 2 Luv
  250. David Guetta     Where them Girls at
  251. T-Pain     Best Love Song
  252. Lady Gaga     The Edge of Glory
  253. Chris Brown     She Ain’t You
  254. Bruno Mars     Lazy Song
  255. Beyonce     Best Thing I Never Had
  256. Lupe Fiasco     The Show Goes on
  257. Black Eyed Peas     Just Can’t Get Enough
  258. Jennifer Lopez     I’m Into You
  259. Wiz Khalifa     Roll Up
  260. Adele     Rolling in the Deep
  261. Britney Spears     Til The World Ends
  262. Katy Perry     ET
  263. Tinie Tempah     Written in the Stars
  264. Hold it against Me     Britney Spears
  265. Lady Gaga     Born This Way
  266. Usher     More
  267. Enrique Iglesias     Tonght
  268. Ke$ha     Blow
  269. Pittbull     Rain on Me
  270. Far East Movement     Rocketeer
  271. Chris Brown     Yeah 3X
  272. Katy Perry     Firework
  273. Taio Cruise-Travie MacCoy    Higher
  274. Nelly     Gone
  275. Bruno Mars     Grenade
  276. Chris Brown     Deuces
  277. Rihanna     What’s My Name

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