Praha

Real Name:
Tony Rapacioli
Profile:
Tony Rapacioli, also known as Praha, is a British electronic music producer and sound designer from London. He used the music persona mainly when he was producing and remixing progressive house tracks.

Throughout his career, Rapacioli has used a number of different musical aliases for his work as a producer, songwriter, DJ and remixer. His work has featured on record labels including Platipus Records and AM PM Records, and has featured on various compilation albums for both Virgin/EMI and also Ministry of Sound. His track Rococo, featured on Midnight Club II.

Rapacioli also founded the sound design record label, Zenhiser, which is based in Noosa, Australia.
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Albums

none Praha - Tribal House Masters album art Praha Tribal House Masters(10xFile, MP3, 320) Candy Flame none US 2008

Singles & EPs

PLA04 Praha - Mojito album art Praha Mojito(12") Player One Records PLA04 UK 2000 Sell This Version
PLAT 86 Praha - Pachinko album art Praha Presents Xian (3) Praha Presents Xian (3) - Pachinko (Single) Platipus PLAT 86 UK 2000 Sell This Version
PLA08 Praha - Schrigger album art Praha Schrigger(12") Player One Records PLA08 UK 2001 Sell This Version
GEKK 11 Praha - Kala Chant album art Praha Presents Xian (3) Praha Presents Xian (3) - Kala Chant Gekko GEKK 11 UK 2002 Sell This Version
DF 041 Praha - Shake Baby album art Praha Shake Baby Duty Free Recordings DF 041 UK 2002 Sell This Version
GH 104 Praha - Closer album art Praha Presents J Patterson Praha Presents J Patterson - Closer Global Harmony GH 104 UK 2002 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

GEKKXCD1 Praha - Beginners Guide album art Praha Beginners Guide(CD, Comp, Mixed + CD, Comp) Gekko GEKKXCD1 UK 2002 Sell This Version

Reviews

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onephatplanet

onephatplanet

March 26, 2003
What can I say, this man is knows how to write some NICE Progressive tracks. His real name is Tony Rapacioli from Italy, and he currently stands as one of Sasha's personal favorite producers. Praha's trademarks are his deep, chunky tribal rhythms, mysterious melodies, unique samples, and the occasional crazy-sounding filtered vocals.

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