Eric Prydz ‎– Call On Me

Data Records ‎– DATA68CDS, Ministry Of Sound ‎– DATA68CDS
CD, Single

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1 Call On Me (Radio Edit) 2:51
2 Call On Me (Eric Prydz Vs Retarded Funk Mix)
Remix – Retarded Funk
3 Call On Me (JJ Stockholm Club Mix)
Keyboards [Additional] – StoneBridgeRemix, Producer [Additional] – JJ
4 Call On Me (Filterheadz Remix)
Remix – FilterheadzRemix, Producer [Additional] – Bert*, Maarten Wilmaers
5 Call On Me (Red Kult Dub Pass 2 Mix)
Remix – Red Kult

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Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd. / Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI) on behalf of F.S. Music Ltd / Rondor Music (London) Ltd. Contains a sample of "Valerie" published by Rondor Music (London) Ltd / F.S. Music and courtesy of Steve Winwood.

Track 3 remix and additional production for Eat My Mix 2004.
Track 4 remix and additional production for Nettwerk:Ornadel Management. Recorded at Borderland Studios, Belgium.

℗ 2004 Data Records / Ministry Of Sound Recordings Limited. / Wincraft Music Ltd. © 2004 Data Records/Ministry Of Sound Recordings Limited. Made in England.

Samples a re-recorded version of Steve Winwood's "Valerie" recreated specially by Replay Heaven, with Steve Winwood re-recording his vocals.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 026535 017134
  • Barcode (String): 5026535017134
  • Matrix / Runout: DATA68CDS 29549 A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L435
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi RP101

Other Versions (5 of 38) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DATA68T Eric Prydz Call On Me(12") Data Records DATA68T UK 2004 Sell This Version
MOSCD5042 Eric Prydz Call On Me(CD, Single) Ministry Of Sound MOSCD5042 Australia 2004 Sell This Version
OX5131 Eric Prydz Call On Me(12", Promo) Oxyd Records OX5131 Italy 2004 Sell This Version
MR118086 Eric Prydz Call On Me / Calling Me(12", W/Lbl) Not On Label MR118086 UK 2004 Sell This Version
none Eric Prydz Call On Me (Henrik B Remix)(CDr, Single, Promo) Data Records none UK 2006 Sell This Version


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January 31, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
I bought this CD single from a charity shop just only two days ago. I have just finished listening to the CD today. Btw, I don't really like the official video for the song, but this is one of my most favourite dance songs ever! All the mixes of the CD are good, but the first two tracks; the radio edit and the Eric Prydz vs Retarded Funk Mix (which is the original extended version of the radio edit) are my personal favourites. My favourite out of the three remixes is the Filterheadz remix, because it retains some elements of the classic original, but with a Trancier sort of style. The JJ Stockholm Club Mix is slightly more laidback than the original version is, while the Red Kult Dub Pass 2 Mix is a sort of bootleg mix of Eric Prydz - Call On Me with Blackbox - Everybody Everybody. Anybody who is a fan of classic House will love this CD!


May 16, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Despite unabashed repetition and a shameless music video, this track is still a catchy dance tune that’s a good warm up before the night moves on to bigger and harder beats. The original mix, credited to Prydz and Retarded Funk, is my highlight on this single because it has the best kick and that is what makes this track, especially with all the build up. The J.J. remix puts more emphasis on being uplifting as opposed to hammering the dance floor; a good listen. The Filterheadz remix sounds like a bootleg of their track Yimanya and Call On Me because it has the same bass and percussion. I’d rather just listen to Yimanya. The final mix on the disc is a darker house mix by Red Kult. It’s the least like the original, but is an interesting listen in comparison to the original mix in that it is just that different. The vocal cuts in this remix are the catchy part. Being a dance music junkie, I’m happy with this release.


November 21, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
"Call On Me" was first produced by Thomas Bangalter & DJ Falcon on the Roulé label. It is not known how this project came into the hands of Eric Prydz. There are many speculations at the moment.
When Steve Winwood heard the bootleg of this track, he thought it was so good, he not only gave the permission to use the samples of his track "Valerie", but he also re-recorded some of his vocals.
I personally like the track, even if very repetitive. However, I think the video is nothing else than a sexual ride to sell the record. The avalanche of clichés is sad. I think dance music should be over that.