• Published on Oct 13, 2008
  • Part 2 of film documentary covering a collection of famous 'one hit wonder' pop songs. Produced & directed by Daniel Abineri.

  • robert glenn
    robert glenn 3 years ago

    I always wanted to hose Veronica of the Archies. Didn't she eventually shack with Jughead after the two of them got hooked on the brown? Damned celebrity and rock can be so nasty...

  • WOLFMANoct1963
    WOLFMANoct1963 3 years ago

    Dr and the Medics are a bunch of wanna be's who will never compare to Norman Greenbaum, sorry but that's just the was it is

  • WOLFMANoct1963
    WOLFMANoct1963 3 years ago

    10 mins of my life I won't get back, this video stinks

  • Major Mistake
    Major Mistake 1 year ago

    thumbs down due to the trump commercial in the beginning of video

  • MsFanmail
    MsFanmail 2 years ago

    Edison lighthouse their song was amazing

  • Mick Sydney
    Mick Sydney 3 years ago

    They were great years the 70,,80 ,, BUT sadly long gone mate 

  • MsFanmail
    MsFanmail 2 years ago

    some great songs here

  • Gregory Alexander
    Gregory Alexander 2 years ago

    I guess these guys don't know that the Archies hit the Top 10 again in America in 1970 with Jingle Jangle, another million-seller.

  • MsFanmail
    MsFanmail 2 years ago

    I am sure I have seen Tony burrows once near where I live in surrey

  • Posh Tart
    Posh Tart 8 months ago

    I am sure I have seen Tony burrows once I wasn't born when he had records in his heyday I was going to go up to him to see if it was him but didnt

  • Ian Raper
    Ian Raper 2 years ago

    Having looked through the collection I can see why many are one hit wonders - thankfully. Some turned out to be interesting tracks (Spirit in the Sky), some were purely novelty (Grandad - English-only release) and others just not worth commenting on. However there was at least one that wasn't a one-hit-wonder - the Archies had 'Sugar Sugar' and 'Jingle Jangle' (US only) as major hits. Still, an interesting walk down memory lane and there are a lot more one-hit-wonders than we realize.

  • Gary Pollard
    Gary Pollard 1 year ago

    Archies- Bang Shang A Lang?

  • Jack Prather
    Jack Prather 4 years ago

    The Archies actually had 3 other top40 hits in the U.S., including "Jingle Jangle," which went to #10 on the singles charts.

  • WOLFMANoct1963
    WOLFMANoct1963 3 years ago

    He tried to get the Monkees to make this song and they refused to do it

  • DrJohnisIN
    DrJohnisIN 1 year ago

    Re: The Archies. Dude they had Don Kirshner producing and Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart writing the tunes. Two best song writers of the day.

  • Raymond Nelson
    Raymond Nelson 3 years ago

    bougth it, I've never Heard It before! 

  • rubicon nz
    rubicon nz 3 years ago

    Daniel Abineri the announcer had a guest appearance as "Leo" of the "Dead Lions" in the 1984 ABC TV Series Sweet And Sour. Always wondered what happened to him - must have resurfaced in U K !!

  • Mike Henwood
    Mike Henwood 1 year ago

    Is that "Pan's People" dancing to "Spirit in the sky"?

  • Richard Gerlach
    Richard Gerlach 2 years ago

    Never heard "GrandDad" here in the States (Thank God)! Went to the U.K. in 1966 and the #1 hit was some stupid song called "Thank You Very Much". No idea who the artist was , but it was God-awful and I think it was at the top of the charts at that time! Maybe someone remembers who it was? I love British bands, but you've had some strange ones over the years!

  • vegaslover777
    vegaslover777 1 year ago

    Norman Greenbaum had another charted song: Canned Ham.