Find any old 80's, or early 90's song. Maybe Toto, Steve Winwood, Eurythmics, or Howard Jones.
Locate the chorus of the song you selected, and grab a line of the vocal or two. Example: "Call on meeeee! Call me!" "It's gonna take a lot to take me away from you!" "And are you still scared? aaaaaah! well I won't stop and bother!"
Write a stereotypical prog. house percussion track, and lay the sample in an endless loop over it. Sidechain.
Apply long, drawn-out progressive cutoff filtering, and then add cheap free-VST style synthesis.
Send it to Ministry Of Sound, press millions of copies, become rich and overrated.
Sounds easy enough, right? So basic, so simple... yet why does it only work for Eric Prydz? I don't know. But it's fricking AWESOME.
Eric Prydz - Draft [right click to download]
Eric Prydz - Fading Like A Flower [right click to download]
Eric Prydz - Take Me Away [right click to download]