Eric Prydz Songs Ranked

Eric Sheridan Prydz (born 19 July 1976), also known by his aliases Pryda and Cirez D among a number of others, is a Swedish DJ, record producer, and musician. He rose to fame with his 2004 hit single “Call on Me”, and saw continued chart success with “Proper Education” in 2007, and “Pjanoo” in 2008. In 2016, he released his debut studio album, Opus. In 2017, he won DJ of the Year at the Electronic Music Awards and was also nominated for Live Act of the Year. Aside from producing music, Prydz also runs the record labels Pryda, Pryda Friends, Pryda Presents, and Mouseville, which release most of his own music. On Pryda, he releases music as Pryda. On Mouseville Records, which started in 2002, he releases techno tracks as Cirez D. Prydz has a fear of flying, which means he mainly tours on a bus. He resides in Los Angeles, California. Here are all of Eric Prydz’s songs ranked.

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12. Leja (Eric Prydz Presents Pryda, 2012)

“There is something special on Eric Prydz’s tracks that can’t be described, most EDM tracks are now made just for certain time setting but I feel like I will be 80 and they would probably still fresh”

11. 2Night (Eric Prydz Presents Pryda, 2012)

“This song brings me through a adventure when I listen to it. It’s like your own personal adventure through life. This song is wildly amazing. Try listening to it with your eyes closed, its amazing experience.”

10. Muranyi (Eric Prydz Presents Pryda, 2012)

“Will forever remember the moment when the melody dropped. So happy to find this after months, and that it was made by Pryda !”

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9. Liberate (Opus, 2016)

“Even when Eric decides to make a pop record, he still breathes soul into it. I wish other artists would make something as nice as this – easy on the ear but not super formulaic; simple yet a cohesive chord progression; a warm catchy melody; layered vocals”

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8. Every Day (Opus, 2016)

“This song is off the chain! I fell in love with it the first time I heard it. It always improves my mood! This song makes me feel alive and reminds me that everything is possible .. If everyday goes like this … magic…”

7. Mirage (Eric Prydz Presents Pryda 2012)

“This one just means a lot to me. Personally saying, this record surpasses most of the other electronic tracks ever made. Eric’s a friggin’ genius. The amount of nostalgic vibes and goosebumps i get when listening to this are exceptional. Makes me daydream even more.”

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6. Opus (Opus, 2016)

“This song is about the story of life. You start out small, a single cell .. a few moments later you are two cells at 3:43 you are born. Then it starts, your life. It gets complicated fast. You will experience moments of joy, moments of sadness. You will live your life to the fullest and then before you know it everything starts to slow down, you can see the end. Just a little longer. Things you did become a vague memory, you look back one more time and then it ends…..”

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5. Allein (Eric Prydz Presents Pryda 2012)

“I love this concept: Saying “We are alone” and having a bunch of people singing it. The song creates togetherness in it’s words of isolation, not to mention the beautiful builds and melody, Great work.”

4. Niton (The Reason) (Niton (The Reason), 2011)

“It is wonderful to hear this song. It makes me feel nostalgic and longing. I feel that I am the person who flies after that light that with all those ties I do not achieve, but that in the end I will achieve it.”

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3. Proper Education (Anual, 2007, 2006)

“Pink Floyd understands that music comes in many forms and gave Eric Prydz permission to use this remix, after Eric respectfully asked them if he could. In tribute to their amazingness of course.”

2. Pjanoo (Pjanoo (Remixes), 2008)

“One of the very best songs. This song just never has a low point. It starts high and goes out of the world. When nobody’s home, play this song and dance like your life depends on it..”

1. Call on Me (Call on Me, 2004)

“You just have to love this song even when you want to hate it! It is so wonderfully cheesy with its easy to learn lyrics; in fact the whole song consists of the following words sung over and over again in conjunction with a brilliant beat that you just can’t resist.”