Every decade, new hit songs come out by relatively unknown artists. They climb the charts and tend to get stuck in your head, even if you don’t necessarily like the song. Sometimes, you will never hear from that artist again, and oftentimes you'll forget the name of the person or band that released the single. These songs are known as one-hit wonders.
Rob says, "It's a good list, they've covered a lot of ground from the 60's to Daniel Powter's Bad Day. But it does look like it left out two of the best from the 70's: 'Beach Baby' by First Class and 'The Night Chicago Died' by Paper Lace' were left out."