Twenty years ago, Los del Rio came up with one of the most memorable songs of all time, Macarena.
Twenty years -- and several forgettable albums later -- that's still the only song anybody remembers from the Spanish duo.
Heading into her fourth year as the head coach of the Colorado women's basketball team, Linda Lappe would love to avoid being thrown into Los del Rio territory.
"We have to make sure we're not a one-hit wonder," Lappe said.
Last season, the Buffaloes went 25-7 and reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time in nine years. The goal is to build upon that, rather than having that as their peak.
"I feel like it sets where we want to be again this year and pushes us further," senior center Rachel Hargis said. "I want to get further than just the first round and I feel like everybody wants to do the same thing. It just kind of sets a standard for us. That's where we want to be and that's where we should be."
Of course, the biggest challenge ahead of the Buffs is replacing All-Pac-12 guard Chucky Jeffery. The do-everything star graduated in the spring after a sensational career.
The Buffs will certainly miss Jeffery, but Lappe said they simply need to band together and figure out some different roles.
"When you lose somebody like Chucky, not one person replaces the things she was able to bring," Lappe said. "We have to have a lot of different people step up."
In particular, senior guard Brittany Wilson will be asked to take over at point guard and she will be counted on to limit turnovers and lead the offense. Others, including the talented front-court trio of Jen Reese, Arielle Roberson and Jamee Swan, will be looked at to pick up some of Jeffery's scoring punch and rebounding.
While nearly the entire roster from last year is back, the Buffs do add a good group of four freshmen. Point guard Desiree Harris could be a pivotal player by the end of the year. Guard/forward Haley Smith has looked polished in practice. And, Zoe Beard-Fails and Bri Watts give the Buffs depth in the paint.
On paper, it appears to be the most-talented roster Lappe has had during her time at CU.
"We feel really good with where we are right now and the potential that this team has," Lappe said. "While we definitely still have to keep improving every single day and become more consistent, we like a lot of the things that we're seeing in practice and we like our future potential of this team."
That's why the goals are so high.
CU went to the Women's NIT in 2011 and 2012 before making last year's NCAA Tournament run. The Buffs lost to Kansas in the first round.
"I think it's a great start," Lappe said. "We want to keep building on that, just like we were building on the WNIT appearances. Now we've got to be as hungry, or hungrier, than we were last year at this time.
"Once you get it in your blood, you don't want it to go away. That's a really positive feeling to have."
National prognosticators believe in the Buffs. College basketball magazines have them ranked in the preseason top 20, and many pundits believe they'll get back to the NCAA Tournament. The Buffs would love to live up to that potential.
"That's a goal for all of us," Hargis said, "just to prove that we should be here and we're here to stay."