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• The hardcore hip hop duo that blew up the mainstream with their 1993 masterpiece Bacdafucup and the smash hit single “Slam” returns with a stellar sequel that will make you want to #turndafucup!

• Features all new recordings that showcase Sticky Fingaz & Fredro Starr exploring a modern trap style of production mixed with their classic old school hard core hip ... Read more in Amazon's Onyx Store

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  • Audio CD (October 24, 1995)
  • Original Release Date: October 24, 1995
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fontana Def Jam
  • ASIN: B0000024KQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,498 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This album has to be in the top 25 of greatest rap cd's ever.
Move Back
The lyrics, the style, the production was all perfect on that album.
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Sticky Fingers shows his acting skills on that "Life Or Death"!!!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Norfeest VINE VOICE on July 2, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Ah yes. All We Got Iz Us. When this joint came out, I was skeptical because I didn't really feel Bacdafucup like most folks did back in '93. I found their constant screaming somewhat gimmicky. Similar to Das Efx, there were a lot of cats biting their style back the early 90's. Just like cats were jacking the "iggety" from Das, cats were screaming all over their records after they saw how many units Onyx moved on their debut. When I first heard "Last Dayz" I was hyped up because they weren't yelling and they still came off crazy hard. I copped every single from this album as well as the entire album on vinyl and CD. The production is what I love most about this album. Surprisingly, the entire album is produced by Fredro himself (Sticky produces one track). That shocked me because I didn't even know he made beats and these beats are super dope.

There aren't many flaws because the album, despite a distinctly east coast/early 90's sound, has matured very well over the years. If anything, there are moments when the members of Onyx regress into their gimmicky screams, but it's totally tolerable because the production is better than it was on their debut and all three members rip their verses.

All We Got Iz Us is still the best Onyx release out there. They are still puttin' in work on the independent level, but they haven't come close to topping this album 13 years after its release. Like one reviewer said already, there's no filler, no fluff, and no radio friendly singles. It's just Onyx ripping track after grimy track. If you like your rap hard or if you dig that early 90's east coast style then I highly recommend adding this CD to your music library.

Standout Tracks: Purse Snatchaz, Live Nig*z, Last Dayz (My Favorite), All We Got Iz Us (Evil Streets), Punkmotherf*kaz
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Move Back on August 4, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album has to be in the top 25 of greatest rap cd's ever. In my opinion BACDAFUCUP by onyx is in the top 5. All We got iz us is the grimiest of the 3 real onyx cd's (disincluding triggernometry and bacdafucup 2). It has sick and dark beats and a lot more reference to death. The most popular song is problably Last Dayz, if you've seen 8 mile the beat is used during a freestyle. Shout is a classic loud onyx screaming song which is nicely done. Betta off dead is probably the worst song on the album just cause of the beat which is just the word "onyx" turned into a beat. Live Niguz is my favorite song on the album. Then everything from Most Def to Walk in New York are AWESOME. Lots of people forgot about Onyx cause of all the bitchass rappers now a day who cant even flow, so pick up some onyx
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S.J.S. on August 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
After unleashing their fury on the rap audience on their 1993 title-says-it-all debut "Bacdafucup", one of the rawest and roughest pieces of work in hiphop up to that date, a sonic desert of an album in which traces of what could be called a melody had to be sought for thouroughly in some songs, the south Queens group called Onyx popped up again with what would probably be the best album in their history

Evidently, the ferocious balhedz kept it hardcore on this follow-up. Still, the production style is different - MC Fredro Starr did almost all the production and his arrangements are impressively skillful. "Last Dayz" is an incredible opener and, even though it's hardcore rap, a cleverly implanted vocal sample and its background melody provide this song more soul than any Onyx track had before. The following title track is rougher and more like what you would have expected, but with "Purse Snatchaz" kicking in you are already taken back to vocal samples and a sound that was typical for N.Y. hiphop in the mid-90's but in the case of Onyx was a clear sign of progression

Now I am not trying to say that musically this album is completly different from their popular first effort, and the more melodic style is not ubiquitous on here - many tracks have a very similar feel to them that the tracks on "Bacdafucup" had, for example "Shout" is not far from the famous bawling anthem "Slam"

Lyrically, this album comes to me as a little bit more serious than their oldest work. While Sticky Fingaz still tends to put himself into the role of the completly deranged maniac that made him famous and unique, he does say some more thoughtful and true stuff at times, a side of his that he would not show completly before his great solo album "Black Trash" a few years later.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jason on July 31, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best rap albums out of Queens, NY, and there's been a lot of great ones, since Queens seems to be home(or at least birthplace) of some of the best rappers of all time, including Nas, Kool G Rap, Cormega, Mobb Deep, etc., etc. This is one of my favorite albums of any genre of music, and if you like grimy street beats, and crazy violent lyrics/imagery, then this album is sure to please. Even the skits on here fit right in(unlike on a lot of albums, where they sometimes seem out of place or leave you wondering what the ____ they meant by putting them in there), and I especially like "maintain", but all of the tracks on this one are great, so if you're in the mood for some no nonsense violent real street raps, you can't go wrong with this one.
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