Very few 1970s rock stars adapted to the 1980s as effortlessly as Bruce Springsteen. While many of his peers struggled to find their way in the MTV age, Springsteen managed to reach a level of extreme popularity that even he probably couldn't have imagined — especially during the peak of Born to Run. He began the decade by scoring his first Top Ten hit with "Hungry Heart," and then after wowing critics with the stark Nebraska, he dropped Born in the U.S.A. Songs from that album dominated rock radio for well over a year, bringing his show to football stadiums all over the world. It was a level of success few solo stars have ever reached, and his followup record, Tunnel of Love, was a deliberate attempt to ratchet down the hype. He's on tour right now playing The River straight through, so we asked our readers to select their favorite Springsteen songs from the Reagan decade. Here are the results.