One Hit Wonders


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One Hit Wonders

They may have only had a single hit, but we’ve made sure we compiled a list of the best OHWs from the 60s through the 2020s! The new workout mix begins with that unmistakable jungle cry of Baltimora in “Tarzan Boy”. From there, we go “Dancing In the Moonlight”/King Harvest and build “Castles In the Sky”/Ian Van Dahl. Other highlights include “I Love It”/Icona Pop, “Heat Waves”/Glass Animals and “Call Me Maybe”/Carly Rae Jepsen. This mix is G-Rated.

1. Tarzan Boy – Baltimora
2. Let’s All Chant – Michael Zager Band
3. Heat Waves – Glass Animals
4. Rather Be – Clean Bandit
5. I Love It – Icona Pop
6. Dancing In the Moonlight – King Harvest
7. Let It Whip – The Dazz Band
8. Move Ya Body – Nina Sky
9. Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now – McFadden & Whitehead
10. How Long – Ace
11. Sugar Sugar – The Archies
12. Castles In the Sky – Ian Van Dahl
13. Hit ‘Em Up Style (Oops) – Blu Cantrell
14. Call Me Maybe – Carly Rae Jepsen
15. Ring My Bell – Anita Ward
16. For Tonight – Nancy Martinez
17. Bulletproof – La Roux
18. Your Love – The Outfield

Definition of choices below:

Separate Tracks Mp3: Imagine a CD. Each song on the CD is a separate track. This option provides each song in the playlist as its own individual MP3 file.

Non-Tracked Mp3: Picture a single long MP3 file containing the entire playlist. Unlike Separate Tracks Mp3, this option doesn’t divide the playlist into individual songs. It’s just one continuous MP3 file with all the songs merged together.

32Count Phrasing: This refers to the way the audio is divided into segments. 32Count Phrasing ensures that the audio transitions smoothly between segments, creating a seamless listening experience.