iTunes' "69-Cent One-Hit Wonders" Ranked By Relative Tolerability

16. Baha Men, “Who Let The Dogs Out”

15. Katrina and the Waves, “Walking On Sunshine”

14. The Vapors, “Turning Japanese”

13. Vanilla Ice, “Ice Ice Baby”

12. Kajagoogoo, “Too Shy”

11. Bruce Channel, “Hey! Baby”

10. The Proclaimers, “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)”

9. Dr. John, “Right Place, Wrong Time”

8. The Honeydrippers, “Sea of Love”

7. The Heights, “How Do You Talk To An Angel”

6. Wall of Voodoo, “Mexican Radio”

5. Go West, “King Of Wishful Thinking”

4. Cutting Crew, “(I Just) Died In Your Arms”

3. Biz Markie, “Just A Friend”

2. Jesus Jones, “Right Here Right Now”

1. EMF, “Unbelieveable”


Maura Johnston would probably be able to tolerate this album-which supposedly proves that iTunes’ dynamic pricing did actually result in a handful of songs prices being lowered-more if VH1 clip shows and wacky movie montages never existed.