Pub quiz questions

  1. On 22 May 2004, Frankee had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "F.U.R.B. (Fuck You Right Back)"
    A response to the previous #1 "Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back)" by Eamon.

  2. On 5 June 1976, J.J. Barrie had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "No Charge"
    Barrie, former manager of Blue Mink with a cover of a Harlan Howard song also featured Vicki Brown (wife of Joe Brown)on vocals.

  3. On 24 January 1987, Steve 'Silk' Hurley had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Jack Your Body"
    The well-known producer had scored many hits on the UK Dance Chart and was a member of JM Silk. Hurley refused to promote himself as a solo artist and went on to remix many more chart hits.

  4. On 19 March 1994, Doop had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Doop"
    Two Dutch producers followed up their techno version of the 1920s dance The Charleston with the unsuccessful "Huckleberry Jam"

  5. On 31 October 1970, Matthews' Southern Comfort had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Woodstock"
    The band was led by Iain Matthews, who despite appearing in various other groups, never had another hit. Recorded earlier by Joni Mitchell and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.

  6. On 7 March 1970, Lee Marvin had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Wand'rin' Star"
    Recorded for his then-current film, Paint Your Wagon. Marvin did not release any further singles.

  7. On 29 January 1966, The Overlanders had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Michelle"
    It reached #1 in January 1966 for three weeks. They are the earliest British group to be classed as a one-hit wonder.

  8. On 28 July 1990, Partners in Kryme had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Turtle Power"
    Used in the film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The pair had disbanded before even releasing an album.

  9. On 12 June 1999, Baz Luhrmann had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)"
    The song consisted of Australian voice actor Lee Perry reading an essay written by an American newspaper columnist over a gentle backbeat.

  10. On March/April 1956, The Dream Weavers had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "It's Almost Tomorrow"
    In the US, they scored a minor hit some months later, but then faded into obscurity there also.