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“Tiny playlists, dominated by short-lived trends and major label one-hit wonders, mean you could hear the same song multiple times a day on multiple stations.”
“And finally, one of my favourite songs, kind of a one-hit wonder from a band called White Town.”
“And this is NOT to suggest that the stories by Cooper, Gaitskill, and Kirn are in any way one-hit wonders -- they're great books, it's just that these particular stories seem especially powerful to me.”
“You would also hear things like Glen Campbell, Tom Jones, The Mamas And The Papas, and all these one-hit wonder kind of bands.”
“The stage was set for Jimmy Eat World to become another "one-hit wonder" artist.”
“They all talk about home-field advantage," said Derek Holland, who got the win with 3 2-3 innings of scoreless one-hit relief.”
“History shows us that there will always be the one-hit wonders who manage to garner interest for a short period of time.”
“I want to show people, all the doubters, all the people in D.C. that were happy to see me go, or that thought I was a one-hit thing, that's not the case.”
“Ali proves that she isn't a one-hit wonder when it comes to writing.”
“The marketplace, like the Billboard charts, is full of one-hit wonders—products that come out of nowhere, capture the national imagination, then just as quickly turn into punch lines and trivia answers.”
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