Compared were the regular TV version and the "Dirty Version". Rumors stated that there were two different versions of the video, one more "dirty" and a tamer version for TV. This dirty version can be found on the CD single, in low resolution, but the "dirtiness" is questionable, since there are only only a few rather irrelevant cuts. Someone not knowing about these cuts might even not notice the differences. Both versions run exactly min. Dirty Version: TV Version:
I Tried to Track Down the Cast of Eric Prydz' "Call on Me," the Sexiest Music Video of All Time
This is a story which takes in a largely forgotten 80s singer songwriter, bare bottoms, and a sweating, salivating former prime minister. It's a story of regret, longing, and the short-lived effects of sudden fame. Along the way we'll meet movie stars and aerobics instructors. We'll learn about ourselves and the lives of others. This is the story of the video for "Call on Me" by Eric Prydz.
The single received moderate sales success and topped several record chart s. Background "Call on Me" is a house music track based on a re-recorded sample of Steve Winwood 's song " Valerie ". Winwood collaborated with Prydz on the song by re-recording his vocals. The original version of "Call on Me" was initially mistaken as a release by Together a collaboration between Thomas Bangalter and DJ Falcon , due to Falcon's use of the song in DJ sets and an advance pressing credited to Falcon and Bangalter.