80s songs don't get much cheesier than this! Black Lace released a number of successful novelty party records during the 80s, after representing the United Kingdom in the 1979 Eurovision Song Contest. They didn't win, but they managed a respectable seventh place with their song Mary Ann.
Superman - 1982 (#9)
Do The Conga - 1984 (#10)
The Hokey Cokey - 1985 (#31)
The follow-up single to Agadoo reached #10 in the UK. It was yet another irritating party song that forced me into dancing like an idiot at the 80s school disco. It was written by Peter Morris, who also wrote the Black Lace's Eurovision entry "Mary Ann." The duo's UK album Party Party sold over 650,0000 copies within the first five weeks of release, reaching double platinum status - Heaven knows I'm miserable now!
Cameo - Word Up
Reynolds Girls - I'd Rather Jack
Liquid Gold - Dance Yourself Dizzy
Lipps Inc. - Funky Town