With 1986's So, Peter Gabriel became one of the biggest pop stars on the planet. It took six years for this overstuffed follow-up to come out. Multitracked and sonically ornate, it features songs brimming with the psychic fallout of his failed marriage, along with a variety of other subjects. All of this meant that Gabriel would do the quickest transformation from "hot" music star to respected elder statesman in pop history. "Steam" was an attempt at repeating the style of hit "Sledgehammer," but it's "Digging in the Dirt" that still gets played on FM radio.