Stranger in Town
Stranger in Town is the tenth studio album by Bob Seger, and his second with the Silver Bullet Band. It was released on 1978-05-05 and very quickly became immensely successful. The music includes various forms of rock especially heartland rock and hard rock.
Classic rock was my primary genre when I was a teen, so I heard half of this album's songs on the radio numerous times. I've never owned the album itself, but I think I listened to the non-single tracks from the album once just to see if I was missing something, but wasn't impressed by them except for the song The Famous Final Scene which, after I assimilated it, became my favorite on the album.
I don't own this album.
|A1||Hollywood Nights||Bob Seger||5|
|A2||Still the Same||Bob Seger||6|
|A3||Old Time Rock and Roll||George Jackson, Thomas Earl Jones III||3|
|A4||Till It Shines||Bob Seger||7|
|A5||Feel Like a Number||Bob Seger||4|
|B1||Ain't Got No Money||Frankie Miller||8|
|B2||We've Got Tonite||Bob Seger||2|
|B3||Brave Strangers||Bob Seger||9|
|B4||The Famous Final Scene||Bob Seger||1|
The album's total score is 140.