Who sang the Macarena ?
Los del Río released Macarena on August 15, 1995 as a single. On the billboards, the song is ranked as the 7th most popular song of all times.
Los del Río
Who sang "Who Let the Dogs Out?
The Baha Men covered this song for Anslem Douglas, and was recorded on July 25, 2000. It was one of the highest selling singles of the decade and appeared in the movie "Rugrats in Paris".
What about "Don't Worry, be Happy"?
Bobby McFerrin released his big hit in September of 1988. The song's title is actually taken from a poem by Meher Baba. If you watch the music video you'll find Robin Williams and Bill Irwin.
Mr. Bill and the Cumtones
Lipps Inc came out with "Funkytown" on March 11, 1980. The song became so popular that it was number one in 28 different countries, which was impressive for a disco hit.
The Bendy Monsters
Who was the singer of "Mickey?"
On February 5, 1982, Toni Basil released her big hit, "Mickey". Originally she was going to call the song "Kitty", but decided to change it to a boy's name instead.
And "Come on Eileen"?
Dexy's Midnight Runners released this song on June 25, 1982. It was extremely popular in the UK and won Best British Single at the Brit Awards in 1983.
My Three Scum
Lee Presson and the Nails
Dexys Midnight Runners
Nine Inch Richards
Who sang "Ice Ice Baby?"
On July 2, 1990, Vanilla Ice released his hit, "Ice Ice Baby." He wrote this song after an unsuccessful attempt at covering "Play That Funky Music".
Shave the Monkey
Can you remember the singer of "Take On Me?"
A-ha released "Take On Me" in 1985. After 3 releases it was finally put on the British charts at number 2. In the U.S. it was the only A-ha song to make it on the charts.
Men Without Hats
Who sang "I'm Too Sexy?"
Right Said Fred released this hit on July 15, 1991. Even though it was a very popular song, it was still put as one of the worst songs on "The 50 Worst Songs Ever! Watch, Listen and Cringe".
Right Said Fred
Do you remember who sang "Eye of the Tiger?"
Survivor came out with this song on May 29, 1982. It was so popular that it stayed number 1 on the charts for 6 weeks.
Proof of Utah
Boba Fett Youth
How about "To Be With You"?
"To Be With You" is a song by the American hard rock band Mr. Big. Released in 1991, the song charted in over 20 countries, many of them at number one.
Who was the singer of "Baby Got Back?"
Sir Mix-a-Lot came out with "Baby Got Back" on May 7, 1992. The song was very offensive to some woman and was banned from MTV for some time. Then in kind of appeared on the hit TV show "Friends", when Ross sang it to his baby daughter.
Who can forget "Cotton Eyed Joe"?
Rednex released this song and to this day it remains one of the most beloved party dances of all times.
The Lost Boyz
Jars of Clay
What about "Tubthumping?"
Chumbawamba released the one hit wonder on August 11, 1997. It was most popular in Australia, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, and also the United States.
Who sang "Closing Time"?
Semisonic released "Closing Time" on March 10, 1998. It won a Grammy in 1999 for best song.
Ben Folds Five
And how about "What is Love?"
"What is Love" by Haddaway was released on September 3, 1993. The song wasn't too popular until "Saturday Night Live" came in and revived it in the late 90's.
Who sang "We're Not Gonna Take It?"
Twisted Sister released this on April 27, 1984. It was considered a heavy metal song and was one of the greatest 80's songs of all times.
Godley & Cream
Who sang "Breakfast At Tiffany's"?
"Breakfast at Tiffany's" was recorded by American rock band Deep Blue Something in 1995. It was the band's biggest and only hit, peaking at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.
One 2 Many
Deep Blue Something
And who sang "Kung Fu Fighting?"
Carl Douglas came out with "Kung Fu Fighting" in 1974. It was most popular in the United States and England and won a Grammy for best single.
Lastly, who sang "No Rain?"
Blind Melon released "No Rain" on September 22, 1992. The music video was famous for having Bee Girl as an actress. It was number 20 on the American billboards.
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