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NightTrain Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-19-04 08:00 AM
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FEW-HIT WONDERS (Day 5)
Yesterday's post: http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.ph...

Inspired by the recent "Two-Hit Wonders" thread, I've been going through my copy of BILLBOARD'S TOP POP SINGLES, 1955-1996, and typing up the artists who placed 2-4 singles total in the pop top forty. Here are the E's:

STACY EARL: Love Me All Up (#26, 1991), Romeo & Juliet (#27, 1992)

DAVE EDMUNDS: I Hear You Knocking (#4, 1971), Slipping Away (#39, 1983)

EDWARD BEAR: Last Song (#3, 1973), Close Your Eyes (#37, 1973)

THE 8TH DAY: Shes Not Just Another Woman (#8, 1971), Youve Got To Crawl (Before You Walk) (#28, 1971)

DONNIE ELBERT: Where Did Our Love Go? (#15, 1971), I Cant Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) (#22, 1972)

EL CHICANO: Viva TiradoPart 1 (#28, 1970), Tell Her Shes Lovely (#40, 1973)

THE ELECTRIC PRUNES: I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night (#11, 1967), Get Me To The World On Time (#27, 1967)

SHIRLEY ELLIS: The Nitty Gritty (#8, 1963), The Name Game (#3, 1965), The Clapping Song (Clap Pat Clap Slap) (#8, 1965)

EMF: Unbelievable (#1, 1991), Lies (#18, 1991)

THE EMOTIONS: So I Can Love You (#39, 1969), Best Of My Love (#1, 1977)

ENCHANTMENT: Gloria (#25, 1977), Its You That I Need (#22, 1978)

ERASURE: Chains of Love (#12, 1988), A Little Respect (#14, 1989), Always (#20, 1994)

THE ESCAPE CLUB: Wild, Wild West (#1, 1988), Shake For The Sheik (#28, 1989), Ill Be There (#8, 1991)

THE ESQUIRES: Get On Up (#11, 1967), And Get Away (#22, 1967)

THE ESSEX: Easier Said Than Done (#1, 1963), A Walkin Miracle (#12, 1963)

EUROPE: The Final Countdown (#8, 1987), Rock The Night (#30, 1987), Carrie (#3, 1987), Superstitious (#31, 1988)

PAUL EVANS: Seven Little Girls Sitting in the Back Seat (#9, 1959), Midnite Special (#16, 1960), Happy-Go-Lucky Me (#10, 1960)

BETTY EVERETT: The Shoop-Shoop Song (Its In His Kiss) (#6, 1964), Let It Be Me (duet with Jerry Butler) (#5, 1964), Therell Come A Time (#26, 1969)

EXILE: Kiss You All Over (#1, 1978), You Thrill Me (#40, 1978)

EXTREME: More Than Words (#1, 1991), Hole Hearted (#4, 1991)

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NightTrain Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-19-04 02:26 PM
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