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Can you identify the acts who had only one appearance on the U.S. Billboard Top 40?

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Artist and Best-Known SongOne Hit Wonder (Y/N)Highest-Charting Other Song
David Essex (Rock On -- #5, 1974)
Gilbert O'Sullivan (Alone Again (Naturally) -- #1, 1972)
The Trammps (Disco Inferno -- #11, 1978)
Dr. John (Right Place Wrong Time -- #9, 1973)
Quarterflash (Harden My Heart -- #3, 1982)
Edison Lighthouse (Love Grows (Where Rosemary Goes) -- #5, 1970)
Lee Michaels (Do You Know What I Mean -- #6, 1971)
Climax Blues Band (Couldn't Get It Right -- #3, 1977)
The Jaggerz (The Rapper -- #2, 1970)
Kajagoogoo (Too Shy -- #5, 1983)
Level 42 (Something About You -- #7, 1986)
Matthew Wilder (Break My Stride -- #5, 1984)
Terry Jacks (Seasons in the Sun -- #1, 1974)
Melanie (Brand New Key -- #1, 1971)
EMF (Unbelievable -- #1, 1991)
Georgia Satellites (Keep Your Hands to Yourself -- #2, 1987)
SSgt Barry Sadler (Ballad of the Green Berets -- #1, 1966)
Big Country (In a Big Country -- #17, 1983)
Rickie Lee Jones (Chuck E.'s in Love -- #4, 1979)
Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen (Hot Rod Lincoln -- #9, 1972)
Til Tuesday (Voices Carry -- #8, 1985)
Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band (A Fifth of Beethoven -- #1, 1976)
The Standells (Dirty Water -- #11, 1967)
Animotion (Obsession -- #6, 1985)
Chris Isaak (Wicked Game -- #6, 1991)
Free (All Right Now -- #4, 1970)
Nick Lowe (Cruel To Be Kind -- #12, 1979)
Average White Band (Pick up the Pieces -- #1, 1975)

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