Some artists turn a hit song into massive careers, while others have the one hit and are pretty much never heard from again. These 15 artists were absolutely everywhere in the 90s, but we wouldn't blame you if you've totally forgotten about them since.
Natalie Imbruglia - "Torn"
Haddaway - "What Is Love?"
Right Said Fred - "I'm Too Sexy"
Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch - "Good Vibrations"
Deep Blue Something - "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
Divinyls - "I Touch Myself"
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Lou Bega - "Mambo No. 5"
Chumbawumba - "Tubthumping"
Len - "Steal My Sunshine"
Aqua - "Barbie Girl"
House of Pain - "Jump Around"
Smash Mouth - "All Star"
Montell Jordan - "This Is How We Do It"
Sir Mix-a-Lot - "Baby Got Back"
Adam Sandler - "The Chanukah Song"
Lit - "My Own Worst Enemy"
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