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Triggernometry

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1. Triggernometry (Intro)
2. Gun Clap Music
3. Stick Up
4. JMJ
5. Def Scams
6. Street Is Us
7. The Source Awards
8. Wild N Here
9. '93 Flex
10. Onyx
11. Wu da Competition
12. Over
13. B.I.G.
14. Look Dog
15. Irv da A&R
16. Da Next Niggas, Pt. 2
17. Rappers in Flicks
18. Champions
19. Holla Back 50
20. Mama Cryin
See all 21 tracks on this disc

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 12, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Riviera
  • ASIN: B0000A0DTL
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,100 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michel Mees on November 21, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Onyx has fallen off bigtime since Shut Em Down. They dont have the same street credibility anymore since back in 93.
The beats on Sticky's Decade, Bacdafucup II and now Triggernometry are simply too commercial, too soft and lack the trademark grimeyness in every way + Iceman is a joke on the mic. Do yourself a favor and get the first three and Sticky's Black Trash, dont bother buying this one cause if you like the real ONYX youll be disappointed big time.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amparo Acosta on January 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Why?

That single thought pervades the prospective buyer when confronted with a new album from Onyx. A new album from a group who released one classic album ("Bacdafucup") in the 90's, rode out half the decade with albums slightly better than mediocre, and was eventually disbanded so Sticky Fingaz could go solo; only to be reunited in 2002 for an utterly unworthy sequel to their stellar debut entitled "Bacdafucup Part II." At that point, it would have been fair to write Onyx as a group off for good. Even the otherwise stellar Fingaz seemed to have suffered from this debacle, as his "Decade" solo album this year was considerably less than what rap fans have come to expect from Kirk Jones.

Something funny is going on though, and when something funny is going on in rap it usually means D3 Entertainment is involved. This is the same label that released an Ol' Dirty Bastard album with only three original songs on it, and even tried to claim he was signed to a record deal. Then again almost anything they do is suspect. A "new" Juvenile album was really just a re-release of a DJ Jimi mixtape featuring his first local hits in New Orleans before he got large. Their "Mack 10 Presents Da Hood" album presented only mediocrity, and "El Cool Magnifico" made no noise for Coolio, a rapper who has already been reduced to guest appearances on Hollywood Squares and certainly doesn't need more humilation than that.

Somehow though (and this is what I mean by "funny") D3 has managed to trap all of the members of Onyx in it's spider web. The aforementioned Sticky Fingaz album "Decade" is on D3, as well as Fredro Starr's almost simultaneously released second solo album "Don't Get Mad Get Money.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By sig on September 12, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Unfortunatly, I cant spell, LOL.
No, unfortunatly, Onyx couldnt make there mind up, if they were going to make a retrospect album, or a new one, and, while I was a fan of songs such as Slam back in 1995, its time, for Sticky and co, to realise that they cant just dwindle on old glories. You want something Grimey, look somewhere else, cause all Onyx have to offer in this outing, is reminders of how they were the ones who 1st shouted bout the hood and that they were the ones throwing there guns in the air, well...great, but next time convince the listener through your music, not, your image, which has long gone past cliche.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By hip hop reviewer on January 19, 2011
Format: Audio CD
There is only one song on here that I can listen too and that is "mama cryin" Apart from that they did a nice job in filling out the album with an interlude every 2nd song GARBAGE!!
Albums worth buying if you haven't already..
*** All We Got Iz Us ***
AND
*** Sticky Fingaz - Blacktrash ***

Shut them down has one good song and thats Rob & Vic but really not much more than that... These guys had skill but most of there production/instrumental choices overall was not there style. If they stuck too what they do best they would still be strong in the industry today!
Well I think they've now fallen of the face of the planet and well kirk jones is probably still trying to make it in the movie industry.

Anyway don't buy this... I probably wouldn't even waste the time downloading it!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Morgan Wells on August 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
First off I wanna say that I've been an Onyx fan since I was 6 or 7 years old. Maybe 5, I don't know. I was in love with Bacdafucup as a kid and, as you may have already assumed, I was even more impressed with their next two realeases (All We Got Iz Us and Shut Em' Down). However, Triggernometry boasts a poor selection of 10 awkwardly pop-esque "songs" and cheesy, unintelligent lyrics that prove to be exemplary of Onyx's shift in tone and mentality. The rest of the CD is basically a commentary by the members about things that they did when they were good. Neither of their last two realeases have even come close to echoing the quality of their first three. IT DOESN'T EVEN SOUND LIKE ONYX. Instead of Bacdafucup II or Triggernometry I'd recommend any of their first three albums (most notably Shut Em' Down and All We Got Iz Us) or Immortal Technique's Revolutionary Vol. 2.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Mcmahon on January 22, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Really bad album a little better then bacdafucup 2 dont get this i got it because am probably onyx's greatest fan that's why three stars in stead of one they need to get off d3 entertainment one of the worst recording labels ever and get back with def jam or whoever is running jmj records and come back with one more fire album and then retire legends
5 of 10 lyrics 4 of 10 beats
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