Agadoo was recorded by the band Black Lace in 1984.
Black Lace is a British pop band, best known for novelty party records.
Agadoo spent 30 weeks in the top 75 UK singles chart, peaking at number 2.
It became the eighth best-selling single of 1984 in the UK.
Agadoo sold over a million copies worldwide.
As well as Agadoo, Black Lace had success with a number of party anthems including Superman and "Do The Conga", "I Am The Music Man" and "The Birdie Song".
The band's follow-up single to Agadoo was "Do The Conga", written by Peter Morris, who had also penned the Eurovision song "Mary Ann". "Do The Conga" reached #10 in the UK chart.
Black Lace first came to the public eye after representing the UK in the 1979 Eurovision Song Contest, in which they finished seventh with the song "Mary Ann".
The album "Party Party - 16 Great Party Icebreakers" sold over 650,0000 copies in the first five weeks, reaching double platinum status, and leading to the band doing TV shows in Germany, Luxembourg, France and Denmark.