'Let's Dance' (1983)
Bowie's first album of the MTV era became the biggest hit of his career, fueled by the hits "Let's Dance," "Modern Love" and "China Girl." The disc was produced by Chic's Nile Rodgers, and featured Stevie Ray Vaughan on guitar. The three hits were in constant rotation on MTV, and for the first time in his career Bowie was actually filling stadiums. Things were downhill for a long time after this.