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Levels (Radio Edit)

From the Album Levels (single)
November 11, 2011 | Format: MP3

$1.29
Song Title
Time
 
30
3:19
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 31, 2011
  • Release Date: November 11, 2011
  • Label: Interscope
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 Avicii Music AB Under exclusive license to Universal Music AB
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  • Duration: 3:19 minutes
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  • ASIN: B0065V0ZS0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,574 Paid in Songs (See Top 100 Paid in Songs)

Customer Reviews

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This song is awesome motivation during my workouts.
My kids also like to hear in the car on the way to school and in the afternoon on the way back home. Hypes them up in the morning & is a stress/decompressors in the afternoon.
Love it!!
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I love listening to this type of music when i workout....i can totally zone out with the electronic music/voice combo.
If I had any comment regarding this specific song It would be that i wish it was twice as long---3 minutes is hardly enough....it's basically the same beat throughout the 3 minutes so it could easily have been expanded to 6 minutes---but maybe there is a longer version out there---as this is just the radio edit.
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Like this song to spin to. When you need to crank down the tension knob and "find your happy place", this is a good song. I just like the longer version as I like to abuse myself longer than the 3 minutes this song lasts. Haha
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By Leo06jun on September 1, 2013
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I heard this song while watching the 2012 Miss Universe pageant swimsuit competition, which began with Miss Venezuela performing, as always, the best catwalk. But along with this song, it could not have been better!
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By Andy H. on September 24, 2012
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Levels is arguably Avicii's most notable and best single produced so far. The amazon mp3 download has a solid quality. However, the bit rate is 256 kbps, which is relatively low for a professional musician who's demand is at 320 kbps.
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"Levels" is probably Avicii's best known hit, and it probably will remain that way, as it launched his name and image into nightclubs, arenas, pool parties, loft parties, music festivals, and so forth.

Written by Avicii himself and Ash Pournouri, with a sample from Etta James' "Something's Got a Hold on Me," this energy-inducing track has a progressive, house-trance beat with a fist-pumping, soaring melody that complements a pretty cheerful/energetic chord progression.

Of course, many do complain that the song has been overplayed very often, but I still see people jumping and dancing to it at nightclubs all across the nation. I personally find it enjoyable to run/jog/work out to. Furthermore (and this is more so directed at all the DJ's out there) it's a wonderful and flexible track to mash up with other songs. Notable mashup versions include "Party Next Door" by Taio Crus vs. "Levels" by Avicii and "Call on Me" by Eric Prydz vs. "Levels" by Avicii.

I don't know- there is something universal about the anthem-like melody in this tune, and I truly believe it belongs in every music-loving person's collection.
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Even though this song is older than some of the bigger hits today (like Avicii's recent HUMONGO hit, "Wake Me Up"), but this song still deserves big attention. Overall, I think that this is a good song; the first time the chorus appears sounds a little dull, but then gets sped up a tit and has more drumlines, making it a great dance tune for the most part. The lyrics are a little "awkward" and sort of take away from the main body of the song, But, despite these factors, this is still a great song by Avicii. I listen to it quite often, and pretty much everybody else seems to like it. The remixes are pretty good, especially the Skrillex remix that is available in the EP of this song. This song defiantly ranks as one of the greatest hits of all time, resting amongst songs like Armin Van Buuren's "This Is What It Feels Like" and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike's "Mammoth". definatly worth your money.
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It's a bit ironic that I just downgraded Avicii's "Wake Me Up" due to a less than impressive music video, because I'm upgrading Avicii's "Levels" because it has such an entertaining video. "Levels" is a good song, in its own right. However, most people probably recognize the hook a lot more from being sampled in Flo Rida's "Good Feeling". The Swedish-born Avicii is another in a growing movement of musically gifted DJs who are helping take EDM beyond the doors of clubs and raves and taking it worldwide (David Guetta and Calvin Harris are other examples). "Levels" showcases that talent.

The video for "Levels" is a hoot. It shows a beaten down drone of a corporate employee, who could have been lifted right out of "Office Space", continuing his Sisyphean job until he ends up infected with a 'dance virus' one day. The office becomes infected, as the does the hospital where he gets quarantined. They all start doing this goofy dance. It's a fun video and it enhances the song.
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