Quotes: One-Hit Wonder

Well, a musical act goes to the top of the chart with a catchy tune and meaningless lyrics. Then they throw a big diva tantrum, lose their label, then face obscurity. Before they know it, their song is... elevator music. Years later, they have a reunion concert, and after that, they never sing again, and no one remembers them. Not that I would know anything about that.
Linda Flynn, Phineas and Ferb, "Flop Starz"

I try to go to yoga at least once a week, but when Friday night rolls around and I ask myself, “Would I rather sweat my ass lips off while trying to hold in a fart in a room full of strangers wearing lululime (aka knock-off lululemon) or would I rather eat an entire box of Thin Mints while watching Shark Tank,” I suddenly come down with a sickness that can only be cured if I eat a box of Thin Mints while watching Shark Tank. But a few Fridays ago, I was actually happy that I dragged my lazy skinny fat carcass to yoga class, because during “the core sequence” (yes, it’s as awful as it sounds), the teacher played “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good).” My yoga teacher isn’t only a master at yoga, she’s a master at curating musical masterpieces too...You know you’re watching a good music video when you ask yourself while watching it, “Is this a real music video or is this Maya Rudolph doing a skit on SNL?“

If your favorite Sinéad O'Connor song is the 1990 hit “Nothing Compares 2 U” (everyone in the world raises their hand) and you love watching Sinead O’Connor perform live, then I have some terrible news for you. Earlier this week, Sinead posted a long Facebook message (via Page Six) announcing that you’ll never hear her warble the words “I can eat mah dinner in a fancy res-tah-raAaAaAnt” ever again because she’s officially done with “Nothing Compares 2 U”. Even though “Nothing Compares 2 U” should be the opener, closer, and mid-show sing-a-long of her set list... I mean, if I were a contestant on Family Feud and talking mustache Steve Harvey asked me to “Name a song Sinead O’Connor might sing“, and “Nothing Compares 2 U” was already on the board, I’m pretty sure I’d pack up my things and leave, because I cannot name a single Sinead O’Connor song besides “Nothing Compares 2 U.”
DListed, "Don’t Ask Sinead O’Connor To Sing “Nothing Compares 2 U”, Because She’s Done Singing It"

"Hi Johnny Cage from Mortal Kombat. How's that career going? Yeah, not too great it seems."
Film Brain, Bad Movie Beatdown: Against the Dark

Play us a medley of your hit!
— Attributed to a number of people, taunting a musician friend