Pub quiz questions

  1. On 11 September 1954, Kitty Kallen had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Little Things Mean a Lot"
    Despite scoring other hits in her native US, Kallen never achieved another hit on the UK Chart, which at this point was a mere Top 12.

  2. On 10 October 1959, Jerry Keller had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Here Comes Summer"
    Despite writing many hits, Keller only ever had one hit in his own right.

  3. On 27 August 1977, The Floaters had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Float On"
    The Detroit group followed their only hit with a cover of Dusty Springfield's "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me"

  4. On 3 October 1987, MARRS had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Pump Up the Volume"
    Despite its success, no follow-up was ever released. MARRS was a one-off project between two groups - A R Kane and Colourbox.

  5. On 11 October 1969, Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Je t'aime... moi non plus"
    The song was banned by the BBC, which is believed to be a major factor in the song's success. Serge Gainsbourg, a controversial French singer and director, scored his only UK chart success with this song. He was the first non UK/US one-hit wonder.

  6. 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.

  7. On 9 November 2002, Yanou had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Heaven"
    This cover of a Bryan Adams hit featured vocals by Do.

  8. On 13 January 2001, Rui Da Silva had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Touch Me"
    The single was Da Silva's only UK chart hit, although featured vocalist Cass Fox released her own version, which became a minor hit five years later.

  9. 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.

  10. On 13 December 1997, Teletubbies had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "Teletubbies say "Eh-oh!""
    The Theme to the popular BBC children's television series sold over one million copies.