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#1 Hits of the 1970s Quiz

Name the musical acts who recorded a U.S. #1 hit in the 1970s.
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Last updated: April 19, 2017
First submittedOctober 11, 2012
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Year
Song
Artist
1979
Escape
(The Piña Colada Song)
Rupert Holmes
1979
Babe
Styx
1979
No More Tears
(Enough is Enough)
Barbra Streisand and
Donna Summer
1979
Still
Commodores
1979
Heartache Tonight
Eagles
1979
Pop Muzik
M
1979
Rise
Herb Alpert
1979
Don't Stop 'Til You
Get Enough
Michael Jackson
1979
Sad Eyes
Robert John
1979
My Sharona
The Knack
1979
Good Times
Chic
1979
Bad Girls
Donna Summer
1979
Ring My Bell
Anita Ward
1979
Love You Inside Out
Bee Gees
1979
Hot Stuff
Donna Summer
1979
Reunited
Peaches & Herb
1979
Heart of Glass
Blondie
1979
Knock on Wood
Amii Stewart
1979
What a Fool Believes
The Doobie Brothers
1979
Tragedy
Bee Gees
1979
I Will Survive
Gloria Gaynor
1979
Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?
Rod Stewart
1979
Too Much Heaven
Bee Gees
1978
You Don't Bring
Me Flowers
Barbra Streisand and
Neil Diamond
1978/9
Le Freak
Chic
1978
MacArthur Park
Donna Summer
1978
You Needed Me
Anne Murray
1978
Hot Child in the City
Nick Gilder
1978
Kiss You All Over
Exile
1978
Boogie Oogie Oogie
A Taste of Honey
1978
Grease
Frankie Valli
1978
Three Times a Lady
Commodores
1978
Miss You
The Rolling Stones
1978
Shadow Dancing
Andy Gibb
1978
You're the One That
I Want
John Travolta and
Olivia Newton-John
1978
Too Much, Too Little,
Too Late
Johnny Mathis and
Deniece Williams
1978
With a Little Luck
Wings
1978
If I Can't Have You
Yvonne Elliman
1978
Night Fever
Bee Gees
1978
(Love Is) Thicker
Than Water
Andy Gibb
1978
Stayin' Alive
Bee Gees
1978
Baby Come Back
Player
1977/8
How Deep Is Your Love
Bee Gees
1977
You Light Up My Life
Debby Boone
1977
Star Wars Theme /
Cantina Band
Meco
1977
Best of My Love
The Emotions
1977
I Just Want to Be
Your Everything
Andy Gibb
1977
Looks Like We Made It
Barry Manilow
1977
Da Doo Ron Ron
Shaun Cassidy
1977
Undercover Angel
Alan O'Day
1977
Gonna Fly Now
(Theme From Rocky)
Bill Conti
1977
Got to Give It Up (Part 1)
Marvin Gaye
1977
Dreams
Fleetwood Mac
1977
I'm Your Boogie Man
KC and the
Sunshine Band
1977
Sir Duke
Stevie Wonder
1977
When I Need You
Leo Sayer
1977
Hotel California
Eagles
1977
Southern Nights
Glen Campbell
1977
Don't Leave Me This Way
Thelma Houston
1977
Don't Give Up on Us
David Soul
1977
Dancing Queen
ABBA
1977
Rich Girl
Hall and Oates
1977
Evergreen (Love Theme
from A Star Is Born)
Barbra Streisand
1977
New Kid in Town
Eagles
1977
Blinded by the Light
Manfred Mann's
Earth Band
1977
Torn Between Two Lovers
Mary MacGregor
1977
Car Wash
Rose Royce
1977
I Wish
Stevie Wonder
1977
You Make Me Feel
Like Dancing
Leo Sayer
1977
You Don't Have to
Be a Star (To Be
in My Show)
Marilyn McCoo and
Billy Davis, Jr.
1976/7
Tonight's the Night
(Gonna Be Alright)
Rod Stewart
1976
Rock'n Me
Steve Miller Band
1976
If You Leave Me Now
Chicago
1976
Disco Duck (Part 1)
Rick Dees and
His Cast of Idiots
1976
A Fifth of Beethoven
Walter Murphy and the
Big Apple Band
1976
Play That Funky Music
Wild Cherry
1976
(Shake, Shake, Shake)
Shake Your Booty
KC and the
Sunshine Band
1976
You Should Be Dancing
Bee Gees
1976
Don't Go Breaking
My Heart
Elton John and Kiki Dee
1976
Kiss and Say Goodbye
The Manhattans
1976
Afternoon Delight
Starland Vocal Band
1976
Love Hangover
Diana Ross
1976
Silly Love Songs
Wings
1976
Boogie Fever
The Sylvers
1976
Welcome Back
John Sebastian
1976
Let Your Love Flow
Bellamy Brothers
1976
Disco Lady
Johnnie Taylor
1976
December, 1963
(Oh, What a Night)
The Four Seasons
1976
Love Machine (Part 1)
The Miracles
1976
Theme from S.W.A.T.
Rhythm Heritage
1976
50 Ways to Leave
Your Lover
Paul Simon
1976
Love Rollercoaster
Ohio Players
1976
Theme from Mahogany
(Do You Know Where
You're Going To)
Diana Ross
1976
I Write the Songs
Barry Manilow
1976
Convoy
C.W. McCall
1976
Saturday Night
Bay City Rollers
1975
Let's Do It Again
The Staple Singers
1975
Fly, Robin, Fly
Silver Convention
1975
That's the Way (I Like It)
KC and the
Sunshine Band
1975
Island Girl
Elton John
1975
Bad Blood
Neil Sedaka
1975
I'm Sorry / Calypso
John Denver
1975
Fame
David Bowie
1975
Rhinestone Cowboy
Glen Campbell
1975
Get Down Tonight
KC and the
Sunshine Band
1975
Fallin' in Love
Hamilton, Joe Frank &
Reynolds
1975
Jive Talkin'
Bee Gees
1975
One of These Nights
Eagles
1975
The Hustle
Van McCoy and the
Soul City Symphony
1975
Listen to What the
Man Said
Wings
1975
Love Will Keep
Us Together
Captain & Tennille
1975
Sister Golden Hair
America
1975
Thank God I'm a
Country Boy
John Denver
1975
Before the Next
Teardrop Falls
Freddy Fender
1975
Shining Star
Earth, Wind & Fire
1975
He Don't Love You
(Like I Love You)
The Miracles
1975
(Hey Won't You Play)
Another Somebody Done
Somebody Wrong Song
B.J. Thomas
1975
Philadelphia Freedom
Elton John
1975
Lovin' You
Minnie Riperton
1975
Lady Marmalade
LaBelle
1975
My Eyes Adored You
Frankie Valli
1975
Black Water
The Doobie Brothers
1975
Have You Never
Been Mellow
Olivia Newton-John
1975
Best of My Love
Eagles
1975
Pick Up the Pieces
The Average White
Band
1975
You're No Good
Linda Ronstadt
1975
Fire
Ohio Players
Year
Song
Artist
1975
Laughter in the Rain
Neil Sedaka
1975
Please Mr. Postman
The Carpenters
1975
Mandy
Barry Manilow
1975
Lucy in the Sky with
Diamonds
Elton John
1974
Angie Baby
Helen Reddy
1974
Cat's in the Cradle
Harry Chapin
1974
Kung Fu Fighting
Carl Douglas
1974
I Can Help
Billy Swan
1974
Whatever Gets You thru
the Night
John Lennon
1974
You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
Bachman-Turner
Overdrive
1974
You Haven't Done Nothin'
Stevie Wonder
1974
Then Came You
Dionne Warwick and
Spinners
1974
Nothing From Nothing
Billy Preston
1974
I Honestly Love You
Olivia Newton-John
1974
Rock Me Gently
Andy Kim
1974
Can't Get Enough of
Your Love, Babe
Barry White
1974
I Shot the Sheriff
Eric Clapton
1974
(You're) Having My Baby
Paul Anka and
Odia Coates
1974
The Night Chicago Died
Paper Lace
1974
Feel Like Makin' Love
Roberta Flack
1974
Annie's Song
John Denver
1974
Rock Your Baby
George McCrae
1974
Rock the Boat
Hues Corporation
1974
Sundown
Gordon Lightfoot
1974
Billy Don't Be a Hero
Bo Donaldson and
the Heywoods
1974
Band on the Run
Wings
1974
The Streak
Ray Stevens
1974
The Loco-Motion
Grand Funk
1974
TSOP (The Sound of
Philadelphia)
MFSB and
the Three Degrees
1974
Bennie and the Jets
Elton John
1974
Hooked on a Feeling
Blue Swede
1974
Sunshine on My
Shoulders
John Denver
1974
Dark Lady
Cher
1974
Seasons in the Sun
Terry Jacks
1974
Love's Theme
Love Unlimited
Orchestra
1974
The Way We Were
Barbra Streisand
1974
You're Sixteen
Ringo Starr
1974
Show and Tell
Al Wilson
1974
The Joker
Steve Miller Band
1973/4
Time in a Bottle
Jim Croce
1973
The Most Beautiful Girl
Charlie Rich
1973
Top of the World
The Carpenters
1973
Photograph
Ringo Starr
1973
Keep on Truckin' (Part 1)
Eddie Kendricks
1973
Midnight Train to Georgia
Gladys Knight &
the Pips
1973
Angie
The Rolling Stones
1973
Half-Breed
Cher
1973
We're an American Band
Grand Funk
1973
Delta Dawn
Helen Reddy
1973
Let's Get It On
Marvin Gaye
1973
Brother Louie
Stories
1973
Touch Me in the Morning
Diana Ross
1973
The Morning After
Maureen McGovern
1973
Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
Jim Croce
1973
Will It Go Round in Circles
Billy Preston
1973
Give Me Love (Give
Me Peace on Earth)
George Harrison
1973
My Love
Wings
1973
Frankenstein
The Edgar Winter
Group
1973
You Are the Sunshine
of My Life
Stevie Wonder
1973
Tie a Yellow Ribbon
Round the
Ole Oak Tree
Dawn
1973
The Night the Lights
Went Out in Georgia
Vicki Lawrence
1973
Love Train
The O'Jays
1973
Killing Me Softly with
His Song
Roberta Flack
1973
Crocodile Rock
Elton John
1973
Superstition
Stevie Wonder
1973
You're So Vain
Carly Simon
1972
Me and Mrs. Jones
Billy Paul
1972
I Am Woman
Helen Reddy
1972
Papa Was a Rollin' Stone
The Temptations
1972
I Can See Clearly Now
Johnny Nash
1972
My Ding-a-Ling
Chuck Berry
1972
Ben
Michael Jackson
1972
Baby, Don't
Get Hooked on Me
Mac Davis
1972
Black and White
Three Dog Night
1972
Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)
Looking Glass
1972
Alone Again (Naturally)
Gilbert O'Sullivan
1972
Lean on Me
Bill Withers
1972
Song Sung Blue
Neil Diamond
1972
The Candy Man
Sammy Davis Jr.
1972
I'll Take You There
The Staple Singers
1972
Oh Girl
The Chi-Lites
1972
The First Time Ever I
Saw Your Face
Roberta Flack
1972
A Horse With No Name
America
1972
Heart of Gold
Neil Young
1972
Without You
Nilsson
1972
Let's Stay Together
Al Green
1972
American Pie
Don McLean
1971/2
Brand New Key
Melanie
1971
Family Affair
Sly & the Family
Stone
1971
Theme from Shaft
Isaac Hayes
1971
Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves
Cher
1971
Maggie May /
Reason to Believe
Rod Stewart
1971
Go Away Little Girl
Donny Osmond
1971
Uncle Albert /
Admiral Halsey
Paul McCartney and
Linda McCartney
1971
How Can You Mend a
Broken Heart
Bee Gees
1971
You've Got a Friend
James Taylor
1971
Indian Reservation (The
Lament of the Cherokee
Reservation Indian)
The Raiders
1971
It's Too Late /
I Feel the Earth Move
Carole King
1971
Want Ads
The Honey Cone
1971
Brown Sugar
The Rolling Stones
1971
Joy to the World
Three Dog Night
1971
Just My Imagination
(Running Away with Me)
The Temptations
1971
Me and Bobby McGee
Janis Joplin
1971
One Bad Apple
The Osmonds
1971
Knock Three Times
Dawn
1970/1
My Sweet Lord /
Isn't It a Pity
George Harrison
1970
The Tears of a Clown
Smokey Robinson &
the Miracles
1970
I Think I Love You
The Partridge Family
1970
I'll Be There
The Jackson 5
1970
Cracklin' Rosie
Neil Diamond
1970
Ain't No Mountain
High Enough
Diana Ross
1970
War
Edwin Starr
1970
Make It with You
Bread
1970
(They Long to Be)
Close to You
The Carpenters
1970
Mama Told Me
(Not to Come)
Three Dog Night
1970
The Love You Save
The Jackson 5
1970
The Long and Winding
Road / For You Blue
The Beatles
1970
Everything Is Beautiful
Ray Stevens
1970
American Woman /
No Sugar Tonight
The Guess Who
1970
ABC
The Jackson 5
1970
Let It Be
The Beatles
1970
Bridge over Troubled
Water
Simon & Garfunkel
1970
Thank You (Falettinme Be
Mice Elf Agin) /
Everybody Is a Star
Sly & the Family
Stone
1970
Venus
Shocking Blue
1970
I Want You Back
The Jackson 5
1970
Raindrops Keep Fallin'
on My Head
B.J. Thomas
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level 76
Oct 10, 2012
Man, does that ever bring back memories! Great quiz!
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level 76
Dec 12, 2017
Yeah!
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level 70
Oct 10, 2012
Fun quiz, but I could have used about 2 more minutes. I didn't quite get all the way down to the bottom, otherwise I would have got Simon & Garfunkel. Still didn't know a whole lot of these.
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level ∞
Oct 10, 2012
Added 2 more minutes
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level 63
Feb 18, 2017
Still needs more. I was steadily working through them and got roughly half way.
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level 49
Apr 3, 2017
Yes, I didn't even get to SEE every entry before time ran out.
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level 61
Aug 5, 2019
It is the frst thing I do, glaze over everything and get the obvious ones. The look over again if anything rings a bell and have a little think for each. Then just trying names of the period and hoping for the best (and glancing over the answers regularly, usualy each time I get one right, to see if they are credited together with someone else so I can entered that name and see if it is another seperate answer)

Not that it does me much good, cause I hardly know any of these haha

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level 83
Oct 10, 2012
Needs more time. You don't realize how many more answers there are to fill in until you start scrolling down and realize you're still in 1977 with 1 minute to go.
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level 49
Oct 10, 2012
For being born in 1980, I'd say 79 correct ain't too bad?!
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level 56
Oct 10, 2012
For Daryl Hall and John Oates, can you also accept Hall and Oates?
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level 55
Oct 10, 2012
Why don't you accept "Hall & Oates" or "Hall and Oates" for Daryl Hall and John Oates
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level 76
Oct 10, 2012
Agreed, Hall & Oates should work. Also, still needs more time...
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level ∞
Oct 11, 2012
My bad. This was a huge quiz and it takes a long time to double-check everything. Hall & Oates will work now.
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level 61
Nov 27, 2016
Huge quiz is right. I simply didn't have time to type every one that I knew. And somehow missed ones on the first pass that I KNOW I knew. Just not enough time.
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level 38
Oct 10, 2012
I thought I Want You Back was a 1969 song
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level 25
Mar 26, 2014
Released in 1969 but did not top Billboard charts until early 1970.
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level 78
Oct 11, 2012
Loved this, too. Many great (Al Green!) and awful memories (Baby, Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me - gaggg). Got quite a few by accident. Who remembers "M," really?
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level 43
Apr 30, 2014
I remember M! Had the album on 8-track back in the day!
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level 76
Apr 4, 2017
I saw Mac Davis in concert, and he said that song actually started as a joke. When he met with recording executives they told him his songs were good, but he just didn't have a "hook" song and he'd need one before he could record the album. He quickly wrote the song as sort of a joke. When the execs returned he sang them the song and they liked it well enough to do his album. It became his biggest hit.
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level 42
Oct 12, 2012
Loved this quiz! But I think it still needs more time. It takes us oldsters longer to access information in our aged brains, you know.
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level 35
Oct 12, 2012
Yeah, 159/169 and just ran out of time
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level 35
Oct 14, 2012
1976 - Love Machine Part 1 does not accept The Miracles as an answer and it does not show an alternative answer when displaying the answers.
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level 83
Feb 28, 2014
Still an issue. I got caught on it for a while, since I'd already put the Miracles in for He Don't Love You, and started to think maybe they'd just covered it. Not a big deal in the end, since I finished the quiz without it populated, but a little odd.
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level ∞
May 8, 2015
Fixed!
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level 44
May 26, 2013
I thought Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds was sung by the Beatles?
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level 25
Mar 26, 2014
The 1974/75 hit was by Elton John - John Lennon provided rhythm guitars and backing vocals on Elton's version.
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level 63
Feb 18, 2017
Elton also did keyboards and vocals on Whatever Gets You Through The Night. If only that had created a little side duo called Elton John Lennon.
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level 76
Dec 12, 2017
And MacArthur Park was sung by Richard Harris, but in 1968.
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level 27
Sep 9, 2013
Where is Pink Floyd and Genesis (with Peter Gabriel), the best bands of 70's and all time
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level 25
Mar 26, 2014
Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 was released in the US in late November 1979 but did not top the Billboard Charts until January 1980. I can't speak for CashBox or the other trade papers charts at that time.
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level 25
Mar 27, 2014
Genesis did not start having Top 40 singles hits in the US until 1980. They did not have a US #1 until Invisible Touch in 1986. They've never hit #1 in the UK singles charts, surprisingly enough!
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level 24
Oct 15, 2013
I Shot the Sheriff is originally a song written by Bob Marley (and the Wailers) which was first released in 1973 on The Wailers' album Burnin'.
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level 72
Apr 14, 2014
Best quiz I've taken on Jetpunk. Can't believe it took me so long to find it. I'll echo some other comments and say five more minutes would be great. Instead of go-go-go we'd be able to enjoy the memories.
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level 80
Jul 18, 2016
You can take it without the time. Reminisce away!
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level 61
Nov 27, 2016
How do you take it untimed? I don't see a button for that.
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level ∞
Nov 27, 2016
Click the gray button with a down arrow on it next to the answer box. You will see an option to take the quiz untimed.
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level 49
Apr 3, 2017
Ooh, I have to try this.
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level 48
May 31, 2014
Makes you wonder how many current musical acts that hit #1 will be remembered 40 years from now!
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level 41
Aug 19, 2014
Exactly (more or less) what I said on the 80s version of this!
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level 61
Sep 10, 2014
He don't love you (like I love you) was a hit for Tony Orlando and Dawn in 1975.
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level 45
Nov 30, 2014
BRB. Gotta make a playlist.
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level 49
Apr 3, 2017
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level 52
Dec 13, 2014
Paul Revere and the Raiders should be accepted.
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level 78
Jan 13, 2015
The Billboard listing for the single has "Raiders". And I remember it being "Raiders" on the 45. But the band is listed in other places as "Paul Revere and the Raiders". Both should probably be accepted.
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level ∞
May 8, 2015
Okay
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level 74
Aug 22, 2015
He Don't Love You (Like I Love You) is not by the Miracles but rather by Dawn feat. Tony Orlando. Other than that great quiz, how about similar ones for the 60s and 80s?
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level 62
Jan 24, 2018
This!
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level 65
Aug 22, 2015
More time, please!! Fun quiz though.
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level 76
Aug 22, 2015
I typed Lionel Richie thinking it would get me anything with the Commodores. That didn't work out so well for me.
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level 72
Aug 22, 2015
I typed Olivia Newton-John and it gave me Have You Never Been Mellow but not You're The One That I Want
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level 72
Aug 23, 2015
Can you also accept "Paper Lace" for "Billy don't be a hero"? Theirs was a #1 in the UK at least...
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level 33
Aug 24, 2015
Someone would seem to have hacked into this quiz and changed all the answers around; The we have 1963 Oh what a night by Elton John and Kiki Dee; whereas their actual number one was apparently sung by Bowie! I can see by the other comments this has been OK before
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level 64
Aug 27, 2015
This quiz is not set up like the other #1 hits ones are. When you type in the first name, it should populate all - e.g. 'Simon' should get you 'Simon and Garfunkel' and 'Hal' should get you 'Ha;; and Oats' just like typing in 'Captain' will get you 'Captain and Tenille.' Fixy, fix, ...eh?
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level 69
Oct 2, 2016
Least-common one I got was "Billy Don't Be a Hero" by Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods. No idea why that's stuck with me.
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level 67
Nov 29, 2016
Doesn't say in the title - is this number 1's in the US?
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level ∞
Apr 19, 2017
Yes, added that information in the description.
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level 49
Apr 3, 2017
It is amusing just how many correct answers you can get accidentally by starting to type someone else's name, at least 5 for me. Obviously explains why M is the most guessed.
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level 69
May 10, 2017
Great quiz but as lots of others have said, it needs more time. The 1980's quiz gives you 15 minutes and less answers to find.
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level ∞
May 10, 2017
Upped the time to 15 minutes
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level 69
May 11, 2017
Thank you - I'll try it again now.
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level 67
Dec 12, 2017
Fantastic quiz - so many one hit wonders I'd forgotten
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level 61
Dec 12, 2017
Wish I could have this playlist..... Best music, and best of times!
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level 61
Aug 5, 2019
you can
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level 58
Dec 12, 2017
Nice one. Pleased with 76 but many similar to here in the UK.....but also many not so similar!!! Jesus, you lot loved Andy Gibb! And you missed out on T Rex! Cheers and thanks
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level 76
Dec 12, 2017
Surprised to see the Silver Fox, Charlie Rich on here. I thought he only topped on the country charts. His mother was the pianist at my husband's church when he was growing up. Helen was such a nice lady.
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level 61
Dec 12, 2017
The peanut gallery that feels compelled to whine about how terrible modern music is on *every quiz about modern music* should take a look at this list. A handful of classics, some so-so tunes...and a whole heap of garbage. More proof that the most popular music is rarely the best. Not one Zeppelin song on here. No Billy Joel. No Aretha Franklin. But three songs by Helen Reddy.
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level 71
Dec 12, 2017
M and Terry Jacks both high up due to type ins. So interesting to see who has been (relatively) forgotten based on the scores. Most of the lower echelon is one hit wonders or acts with very short term success but really surprised to see the Staples Singers so low down on the list. Mavis still tours and she is AMAZING live. I have every single Billboard #1 song from 1940 ("I'll Never Smile Again" by Tommy Dorsey with a young Frank Sinatra on vocals) to current day ("Perfect" by Ed Sheeran with Beyonce). I LOVE these types of quizzes!
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level 61
Dec 13, 2017
Do you just download them as soon as they hit #1? Seems a very interesting (and impressive) undertaking. I'd love to know what insights it's given you.
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level 71
Dec 15, 2017
I collected them all on 45 when I was younger. Then switched to cassingle in the early 90's, then CD single in late 90's, and finally digital in early 2000's. I now have every song digitally (1,322 songs total). I'm fascinated by the changes in music styles and chart methodologies over the years and how music (especially popular music) reflects the times they were released in. I love almost all styles of music (though not so much the modern crop of male country singers) but 80's new wave and 60's Motown (which was before my time) are personal faves.
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level 48
Dec 12, 2017
Great tunes in there,but hard to believe that USA never had any hits from Queen,Slade,Deep Purple,Black Sabbath,The Stranglers or ELO all from the UK but did have a hit from Leo Sayer,Madness!!,no I dont mean the band Madness,that was the 80s
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level 80
Dec 13, 2017
Queen wouldn't get their first US number-one hit until February 1980.
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level 77
Dec 13, 2017
I wrote Olivia Newton-John and I think Travolta, as well, but still missed "John Travolta and Olivia Newton John"
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level 61
Aug 5, 2019
travolta filled them in for me..
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level 48
Apr 15, 2018
Missed 3 by putting Jacksons instead of Jackson 5 :(
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level 43
Apr 15, 2018
I couldn’t remember how to spell “Amii”.
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level 53
Aug 10, 2018
Hard work!
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level 49
Nov 4, 2018
Many of my entries were right but not accepted. It is a little frustrating. I'd type, then look and they had disappeared.
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level 53
Jan 26, 2019
That means that part of your answer was already correct. Like as soon as you type "m" it is right.
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level 53
Jan 26, 2019
Needs to add about 2 more days for me to remember all these
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level 46
Aug 14, 2019
I tried all versions of Patti Labelle but never only LaBelle