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Eric Prydz - Opus flac album
  • Performer Eric Prydz
  • Title Opus
  • Date of release 2016
  • Other formats DXD MP2 AIFF AU MP3 XM WMA
  • Genre Other
  • Size MP3 1990 mb
  • Size FLAC 1119 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 780

Opus is the debut studio album by Swedish DJ Eric Prydz. It was released on 5 February 2016 in Sweden through Virgin Records. The album includes the singles "Every Day", "Liberate", "Generate", "Opus", "Breathe" and "Last Dragon". Every Day" was released as the lead single from the album on 15 October 2012, the song has charted in Belgium and the Netherlands. Liberate" was released as the second single from the album on 3 June 2014, the song has charted in Belgium

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Album · 2016 · 19 Songs. The Swedish-born er stretches out on the follow-up to 2012’s groundbreaking full-length debut; the aptly named, double-length Opus is an adrenaline shot of sweeping melodies and opulent progressive house. Using slow-boiling build-ups, layered synths, and spikes of dissonance, Prydz thrills us with propulsive tracks like Trubble and Som Sas -which find balance in the cool seduction of songs like Klepht and Eclipse. The most unforgettable moment arrives in the middle of the two-hour set with Breathe, a cathartic collaboration with Pendulum’s Rob Swire.

It's this perspective where you can really appreciate Opus for the technical and composition marvel that it is. I'll restate that every track on this album is either great or fantastic and keeps the listener in house heaven until the graceful fade out into the following tune. Epic, swelling pads and chilling, stratospheric synths developing alongside the wide, perfectly layered melodies that encompass the traditional Prydz-ey formula honestly sound cleaner and crispier than ever. Simply put, there's house music and then there's Eric Prydz. It's not even just the elite, masterclass level of production expertise that Prydz brings to make every single note of every sound used, but it's the emotional connection that mixes with the music to create something truly extraordinary. Opus won't start a revolution, but it's Prydz at his very best, which is something that all electronic fans should experience.

There is just over one month until Eric Prydz releases his long-awaited artist album Opus on Feb. 5 and now the tracklist has leaked out to the public somewhat ahead of schedule. The leak not only revealed which songs would appear on the album, but also that it was a double disc LP, which means 19 songs from Eric Prydz all in one place.