Everyone knows about the one-hit wonder. But what about the two-hit wonder? Feel free to suggest more! (Criteria: must have 2 and only 2 singles that charted in the US Top 40. Other charts like Dance, R&B or international charts don't count).
  1. Men without Hats
    Safety Dance and Pop Goes the World
  2. Suzanne Vega
    A well respected folk singer who is relatively prolific, she's only had two popular hits with the general public. Luka and the dance version earworm of Tom's Diner.
  3. Stacey Q
    Two of Hearts and We Connect. No one actually remembers the second song, mainly because it mostly sounds exactly like the first one. But Stacey Q made 2 guest appearance on the Facts of Life as the singer Cinnamon and she sung Two of Hearts in one episode and We Connect in the other. Also, I know way too much about Stacey Q. I could make a list about her but no one would really care. Other than me that is.
  4. Crystal Waters
    Gypsy (She's Homeless) and 100% Pure Love.
  5. Vanilla Ice
    Ice Ice Baby and Play that Funky Music.
  6. Sophie B. Hawkins
    Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover and As I Lay Me Down. (I think this two hit wonder phenomenon was actually referenced in a Community episode!)
  7. Jesus Jones
    Right Here, Right Now and Real, Real Real.
  8. Nu Shooz
    Point of No Return and I Can't Wait. BTW, I was obsessed with both songs when I was a kid.
  9. Berlin
    No More Words and Take My Breathe Away
  10. Paula Cole
    I Don't Want to Wait and Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?
  11. Swing Out Sister
    Breakout and Twilight World. Though they continue to be huge in Japan, SOS never really made it big here past those two songs.
  12. Marky Mark & the Funky Bunch
    Good Vibrations and Wildside
  13. General Public
    Tenderness and I'll Take You There.
  14. Johnny Hates Jazz
    Shattered Dreams and I Don't Want to Be a Hero
  15. Fastball
    The Way and Out of My Head
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  16. Bowling for Soup
    "Girl All the Bad Guys Want" and "1985"
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  17. KT Tunstall
    Black Horse and a Cherry Tree and Suddenly I See
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  18. Chesney Hawkes
    The One and Only and We Dream The Same Dream. But that's mostly for the Brits - I doubt his dulcet tones made it across the ocean pre Internet and ore Spotify...
    Suggested by @bookishclaire
  19. Rick Ashley
    Never Gonna Give You Up and Together Forever
    Suggested by @boygirlparty
  20. Spin Doctors
    Little Miss Can't Be Wrong and Two Princes
    Suggested by @boygirlparty
  21. Naked Eyes
    "Promises, Promises" and "Always Something There to Remind Me" (on Dancing Madness, a K-Tel compilation tape I listened to a million times as a kid)
    Suggested by @ladyprofessor
  22. Wang Chung
    Everybody Have Fun Tonight and Dancehall Days
    Suggested by @jensenclan88