미국의 원 히트 불가사의 목록 - List of one-hit wonders in the United States

원 히트 원더는 하나의 히트 곡에 성공하지만, 비교 이후 인기가없는 음악 예술가이다. [1] 이 용어는 다른 성공에도 불구하고 단 한 번의 히트로 기억되는 아티스트에게도 적용될 수 있습니다. [2] [3] 이 목록에는 주로 미국에서 한 곡의 히트 곡으로 알려진 아티스트가 포함되어 있습니다. 이들은 미디어에서 원 히트 불가사의로 묘사됩니다.

기준

음악 평론가와 언론인은 차트 성공, 판매량 및 명성에 대한 전문적인 평가를 기반으로 뮤지컬 아티스트를 원 히트 경이로 묘사하기도합니다.

그의 책의 목적을 위해 한 히트 불가사의의 빌보드 책 , 음악 저널 웨인 Jancik는 같은 원 히트 원더를 정의 "에 위치 수상했다 행위 빌보드 ' 의 국가는, 팝, 톱 40을 단 한 번." 에 "행위"자신의 정의에서 솔로 연주자 및 그룹 사이 Jancik의 구별하는 그 또는 그녀가 (에 수행 한 수 때문에, 예를 들어, 로저 돌 트리 "의 당신의 사랑이 없으면 "에 대한 프론트 맨으로 Daltrey의 수많은 히트에도 불구하고 계산됩니다 Who ), 그리고 여러 뮤지션이 여러 밴드와 함께 또는 밴드의 멤버 및 솔로 아티스트로 여러 번 나타납니다. (에 포니 머스 밴드는 일반적으로 분리되지 않으므로 Charlie Daniels" Uneasy Rider " 의 원 히트 불가사의로 간주되지 않으며 Charlie Daniels Band 의 히트작이 그에게 인정됩니다.) [ 원래 연구? ]

저널리스트이자 Billboard 매거진의 전 작가 인 Fred Bronson 은 자신의 저서 Billboard 's Hottest Hot 100 Hits 에서 아티스트가 Billboard에 두 번째 노래를 올릴 경우 "원 히트 원더"로 분류 할 자격이 없다는 기준을 사용합니다. 뜨거운 100. [4]

두 경우 모두, 빌보드 핫 100 이후, 원 히트 원더 상태에 대한 객관적 기준으로 사용 빌보드 잡지 책을 발표했다.

디스크 자키이자 음악 작가 인 Brent Mann은 다른 차팅 싱글을 보유하고 있음에도 불구하고 일부 아티스트가 어떻게 "원 히트 원더"라고 불 렸는지 지적합니다. 이 경우 하나의 서명 노래 가 나머지 아티스트의 음반을 가리므로 해당 노래 만 나중에 청중에게 친숙합니다. 예를 들어, 영국 태생의 가수 Albert Hammond 는 " It Never Rains in Southern California "(1972)로 미국에서 5 위에 올랐지 만 그의 후속 싱글 " I 'm a Train "은 Mann에 의해 기각되었습니다. 1974 년 31 위에 올랐음에도 불구하고 "완전히 잊혀진"것으로 보인다. [2] 또 다른 경우에는 스코틀랜드의 로커 인 Simple Minds 가 히트작 " Don '을 따랐다."( 조식 클럽 의 개막 장면과 폐막 장면에 등장 ) 미국에서 3 위를 기록한 " Alive and Kicking ", 미국 에서 14 위를 기록한 " Sanctify Yourself "," All the Things She 상기 미국 번호 28에 뾰족 아직 밴드가 제 노래 주로 기억된다. " [5]

다른 한편으로, 길고 성공적인 경력을 가진 일부 아티스트는 단 한 번만 Hot 100의 Top 40에 도달했기 때문에 원 히트 불가사의로 식별되었습니다. 사운드 편집자 Matt Melis의 결과는 Beck ( " Loser ")와 Grateful Dead ( " Touch of Grey ")를 "기술적으로"큰 작품에도 불구하고 원 히트 불가사의로 분류합니다. [3] Entertainment Weekly그의 유일한 Top 40 히트 곡이 1982 년 " Valley Girl " 이었기 때문에 다작 아티스트 Frank Zappa 를 원 히트 경이로 언급합니다 . [6]

Chris Molanphy는 두 번째 빌보드 톱 10 히트를 한 번도 본 적이없고, 후속 톱 40 싱글이 첫 빅 히트 후 6 개월 이내에 발표 된 경우, 아티스트가 '1 히트 원더'로 볼 수 있다고 말합니다. 3 개 이상의 상위 10 개 또는 플래티넘 앨범이 없습니다. [7] [8]

여러 모습

영국 뮤지션 Tony Burrows 는 5 개의 원 히트 불가사의에 대해 리드 보컬을 불렀습니다. Edison Lighthouse 의 " Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) "(1970 년 2 월); White Plains ' " My Baby Loves Lovin" "(1970 년 3 월); the Pipkins ' " Gimme Dat Ding "(1970 년 4 월); 퍼스트 클래스 ' " 비치 베이비 "(1974 년 7 월); 그리고 " United We Stand "(1970)는 Brotherhood of Man 의 첫 번째 화신에 의한 것 입니다 . [9] [10]

조이 레빈 , 가장 그의 다작의 작품에 대한 알려진 미국의 세션 가수 풍선 껌 팝업 및 상업 징글 에 대한 안타를 기록했다 장군, 오하이오 익스프레스 ( " 맛있는 맛있는 맛있는은 "),도에 대한 안타를 노래 셋째 레일Kasenetz - 카츠 노래 오케스트라 서커스 ( "Quick Joey Small") 및 Reunion ( " Life Is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me) "). [11]

영국 가수 Limahl 은 미국의 원 히트 원더 송 두 곡에서 리드 보컬을 불렀습니다. 1983 년 첫 번째 " Too Shy "는 Kajagoogoo 그룹의 프론트 맨으로 재임 중 이었습니다 . 다음 해, 그는 영화 The NeverEnding Story 의 타이틀 곡인 " The NeverEnding Story " 로 솔로 아티스트로 또 다른 히트 싱글을 가졌습니다 . [12] 후자의 노래는 1985 년 5 월 17 위에 올랐다.

미국의 원 히트 불가사의 목록

여기에 나열된 각 작가는 여기에 나열된 일부 아티스트의 톱 40에 도달 한 미국의 원 히트 원더 것으로 두 개 이상의 출판물에 의해 확인 된 빌보드 핫 100 번 이상. 연도는 노래가 차트에 올랐거나 정점에 도달 한시기를 나타냅니다.

1950 년대

1960 년대

1970 년대

1980 년대

1990 년대

2000 년대

2010 년대


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