10. 'Still the Same'
It took a decade of relentless work, but by 1978, Bob Seger was a full-fledged rock superstar. Live Bullet and Night Moves established him as a commercial force, and by the time Stranger in Town came out in May 1978, he had fans lining up in the stores. The album's lead-off single was "Still the Same," and it reached Number Four on the Hot 100. It was tied for the biggest hit of his career until "Shakedown" from Beverly Hills Cop II came out in 1987.