Despite being consumed by low self-esteem, uncontrollable anger, drug-alcohol-sex addiction and conflicted sexual identity (he was gay, though he once told an interviewer he was bi-sexual and then later married, and was divorced from, a woman), John at least looked like he was having fun. And why wouldn’t he? In the decade of David Bowie, Pink Floyd, the Eagles and Fleetwood Mac, John dominated with 13 top-10 albums, including seven that hit No. 1, and 16 top-10 singles. Most of those were packed into a four-year period, 1971-75, that made John a superstar and also nearly killed him due to the kind of overindulgence that only a superstar could afford.