Talk:List of one-hit wonders in Ireland

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REMOVED *"Nothing Compares 2 U" by Sinead O'Connor

She had 13 Top 30 singles and 3 in the Top 10. She can't be considered a One-hit wonder.


REMOVED *"Crazy World" by Aslan (released 1993, re-released 1998)

Aslan had another hit called "This Is" though I can't remember what chat position it got to. This is from their website "They released a demo single, 'This Is', in the Spring of 1986, which was a huge hit and became the longest ever play-listed single on Ireland's pop radio station, RTÉ 2fm."