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Ahead of Heart's No.1s Weekend, take a look at the greatest one-hit wonders through the years, from Chesney Hawkes to Lou Bega!
With over 11 million copies sold globally, Carl Douglas' 1974 track Kung Fu Fighting became a global phenomenon and played a pivotal role in propelling Disco into the mainstream.
All together now... 'Oh Mickey you're so fine, you're so fine you blow my mind! Hey Mickey! Hey Mickey!' Toni Basil's 1982 track will always be remembered - a pop classic.
We can't think of many other songs that topped the charts after being translated from a foreign language! Nena's 99 Red Balloons was originally recorded in her native German as 99 Luftballons in 1983.
Show us someone who says they don't love singing along to this belter, and we'll show you a liar! This 1991 song might have been Chesney Hawkes' One and Only hit single, but what a hit!
Los Del Rio's 1994 hit Macarena is one of a handful of songs to come with accompanying dance moves. Love it!
Lou Bega's smash hit single Mambo No. 5 has been filling dancefloors ever since its release in 1999!
Who can forget the chart battle between Spiller featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Victoria Beckham? This feel-good summer song topped the charts in 1999.
After topping the charts in the summer of 2001 with Did You Really Like It, DJ Pied Piper and the Master of Ceremonies called it a day!
Michael Andrews and Gary Jules had a Christmas No. 1 in 2003 with their beautifully understated cover of Tears for Fears' song Mad World.
Nizlopi's JCB Song was everywhere as it took the top spot late in 2005, but the band's follow-up single Girls didn't fare so well.