I have always been a fan of Sean Paul and have all of his CDs, and the Trinity is no exception. Before buying it, I read reviews raving that it was Paul's best work. I didn't think that it was as simple as that, but now I beg to differ. The Trinity is a masterpiece with a great amount of tracks and strong music.
I personally loved all the tracks. I couldn't and still can't bring myself to skip a single one of them. One of the things that I quickly noticed was that the popular singles "We Be Burnin'", "Temperature", and "Give It Up To Me" where somewhat annoying to play. I guess that its becasue they got overplayed on the radio. Because of this, they aren't as easy to play over and over again.
Some of the memorable tracks to me where "Connection" and "Straight Up". They had a unique flair to them and I really enjoyed the album overall. If you like reggae then this is obviously one to pick up.