Bruce Springsteen's 20 Biggest Billboard Hits

Bruce Springsteen

Danny Clinch

As Springsteen's classic album, "Born In The U.S.A," celebrates its 30th anniversary, we've gone through Billboard Hot 100 chart history to take a look at the twenty biggest Billboard Hot 100 hits in the Boss's long, vital career so far.

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Bruce Springsteen's 20 Biggest Billboard Hits is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 chart. The ranking is based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 having the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 proportionately less. Due to various changes in chart rules and methodology through the years, songs have had reigns at No. 1 and on the chart of varying average lengths. To ensure equitable representation of the biggest hits from all years, certain time frames were weighted to account for the differences in song turnover rates.



Hot 100 Peak: 42, Peak Date: 9/23/1978



Hot 100 Peak: 46, Peak Date: 2/28/1987


"Prove It All Night"

Hot 100 Peak: 33, Peak Date: 7/22/1978


"Fade Away"

Hot 100 Peak: 20, Peak Date: 3/14/1981


"Human Touch / Better Days"

Hot 100 Peak: 16, Peak Date: 4/11/1992


"Born To Run"

Hot 100 Peak: 23, Peak Date: 11/1/1975


"Secret Garden"

Hot 100 Peak: 19, Peak Date: 5/24/1997


"One Step Up"

Hot 100 Peak: 13, Peak Date: 4/23/1988


"Streets of Philadelphia (From 'Philadelphia')

Hot 100 Peak: 9, Peak Date: 4/23/94


"I'm Goin' Down"

Hot 100 Peak: 9, Peak Date: 10/26/1985