UNDERGROUND HIP-HOP 2006

  • Panacea "Starlite" (3.44)
    Panacea is an American hip hop duo, formed in 2003 in Washington DC. The duo consists of MC Raw Poetic (Jason Moore) and producer K-Murdock (Kyle Murdock),.[1] Throughout their musical career, Panacea has had deals with various labels, including: Glow-in-the-Dark-Records, Rawkus Records [2] and Tasteful Licks. They currently release their music under K-Murdock's imprint, Neosonic Productions.

    Combining old-school rhyming with soulful beats, the Washington D.C. duo Panacea have drawn comparisons to revered hip-hoppers like The Roots, Gang Starr, and A Tribe Called Quest. Panacea blend Native Tongues-inspired beats with warm major chords and soul samples and add smart, conscious rhymes about life, love, and of course, hip hop.

    "Ink is my drink"

    Studio album by Panacea
    Released
    October 3, 2006

    April 25, 2011 (Re-release)
    Genre Underground hip hop
    Length
    47:26 min

    50:39 min (Re-release)
    Label Rawkus Records
    Glow-in-the-dark Records
    Professional ratings
    Review scores
    Source Rating
    Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]
    "Ink Is My Drink" is the second full-length album by Panacea. It was released on October 3, 2006 on Rawkus Records. A re-release came in 2011 on Neosonic Productions and called "The Producers Cut" it comes with a new cover and some additional skits.

    Track listing[edit]
    "Trip of the Century"
    "Invisible Seas"
    "Place on Earth"
    "Steel Kites"
    "Coulda Woulda Shoulda"
    "Reel Me In"
    "PULSE"
    "Work of Art"
    "These Words"
    "Ecosphere"
    "Burning Bush"
    "Starlite"
    "Sunburst (Bonus)"
    "Pupil Stars (Bonus)"

    Re-Release 2011

    "Trip of the Century"
    "Capsized"
    "Invisible Seas"
    "Everywhere is the same"
    "Place on Earth"
    "Steel Kites"
    "Coulda Woulda Shoulda"
    "Stuck"
    "Reel Me In"
    "PULSE"
    "Love Hurts"
    "Work of Art"
    "These Words"
    "Ecosphere"
    "The Expandables"
    "Burning Bush"
    "Starlite"