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Well you’ve come to the right place, this is where we track the famous and the infamous from days gone by, from music, movie and sport stars to mischief makers and miscreants of every stripe.
 
Category : One Hit Wonders
 
Submitted by: Caro  - 12/17/2015
Studdard rose to fame after winning the third season of American Idol, just narrowly beating out his competitor Clay Aiken.
Submitted by: Caro  - 12/17/2015
William Hung is best known for his 2004 audition for American Idol. Hung sang - in a rather off-key manner - Ricky Martin's "She Bangs" and won over adoring fans all over the wo...
Submitted by: Daniela  - 08/07/2013
Who could forget the annoying kid from the Mazda 'Zoom Zoom' commercials? Yeah okay, we all forgot about him. The Mazda commercial was Kanters last acting gig opting out for mor...
Submitted by: Daniela  - 08/07/2013
"Take My Breath Away" was the first and last #1 hit single by Berlin, before the band broke up. The song won the Academy Award as well as the Golden Globe in 1986 for ...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 03/08/2004
At age 19 won the Eurovision song contest in 1970 with All Kinds of Everything which went on to hit #1 in numerous contries and sold over a million copies.
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 12/01/2003
In 1979 Video Killed The Radio Star went #1 (the first #1 hit for Island Records), it also has the distinction of being the first video ever aired on MTV.
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 12/01/2003
Enjoyed much success in the UK and Europe with his group Tubeway Army in the late 70's, his career culminating internationally with his solo hit Cars.
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 12/31/2003
Singer of Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians who's debut album Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars in 1988 yielded the hit What I Am.
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 08/14/2010
In 1983 Wilder scored a major hit with "Break My Stride", a song that managed to top charts worldwide. But his fame was not sustainable, and by the mid 80s, with one commerciall...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 09/25/2005
Another 80s Gender bender. In his early years as a teenager, he became friends with Boy George and began experimenting with his sexuality and image. He took his look from his ...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 12/12/2005
Haircut 100 was one of the new wave bands who regularly appeared on MTV in the early 80s when MTV actually used to show music videos. Fronted by terminally cute Nick Heyward, ...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 01/22/2006
One of the most famous one-hit wonders of all time, Cyrus became a household name when his Achy Breaky Heart became one of the biggest songs of 1992. The album, Some Gave All,...
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Submitted by: stuntpope  - 01/29/2006
M was the name of a band, but more specifically the band was really revolved around one man named Robin Scott. In 1979, the electronic music revolution got a kick in the pants f...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 07/06/2006
Contrary to the confusion that arose upon his entry into the New Wave music scene Moon Martin is a singer and songwriter, and not the name of a band. Martin had a minor hit with...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 07/29/2006
Icicle Works was a British band that scored a hit song in the US with the quirky and mysterious title Whisper to a Scream (Birds Fly). The jangling guitars and martial drumming ...
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