Albums, Progressive House, Review | Eric Prydz Presents Pryda

Posted by on May 24, 2012

Finally, after a much anticpated wait, Eric Prydz has released his first artist album, a three disc anthology called Eric Prydz Presents Pryda and it is INCREDIBLE, a solid 5/5. The first disc is a collection of unreleased tracks & the second and third discs are retrospective mixes which mix together past hits and b-sides. While the first CD emphasizes his progressive roots, it shows the marked change from the beginning of Prydz’s career. His massive 2004 hit “Call On Me” (which had an awesome music video, check that below) initially projected him into the club scene.
Call On Me
Starting in the same scene as Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello and Axwell (collectively known as Swedish House Mafia currently), he soon made his own path under the monikers Cirez D for his hard-hitting techno tracks and Pryda for his Progressive club bombs. Over his ten year career, Pryda has nailed down his impeccable producing style, and it is seen in every track he makes. Grab this release on ITUNES, BEATPORT, or SPOTIFY. Now to the actual music, let’s do a track by track review after the jump.

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