Low Profile ‎– We're In This Together

Priority Records ‎– CDL 57116
CD, Album


01 Funky Song 3:57
02 That's Y They Do It 4:31
03 Pay Ya Dues 4:40
04 Easy Money 3:18
05 Keep Em' Flowin' 4:57
06 Aladdin's On A Rampage 4:42
07 How Ya Livin' 3:51
08 Comin' Straight From The Heart 4:19
09 We're In This This Together 4:23
10 Make Room For The Dub.B.U. 3:47
11 No Mercy 3:24


  • Art DirectionKevin Hosmann
  • Executive Producer – Doug Young
  • Photography – Dennis Keeley
  • ProducerD.J. Aladdin*
  • Written By – D.J. Aladdin, W.C.


Produced For Aladdin Productions
Recorded And Mixed At Milagre Sound Recorders, Glendale, California

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
UICY-76818 Low Profile We're In This Together(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Priority Records UICY-76818 Japan 2014 Sell This Version
4XL57116 Low Profile We're In This Together(Cass, Album) Priority Records 4XL57116 US 1989 Sell This Version
SL57116 Low Profile Featuring W. C.* And D. J. Aladdin* Low Profile Featuring W. C.* And D. J. Aladdin* - We're In This Together(LP, Album) Priority Records SL57116 US 1989 Sell This Version
SL 57116 Low Profile We're In This Together(LP, Album, Unofficial) Priority Records (5) SL 57116 UK Unknown Sell This Version


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November 11, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
WC's debut is a classic rap record, although his style is far from developed here. Stylistically the album fits right in the awkward time between Run DMC's heavy-inflection style and NWA's gangsta rap.You probably wouldn't guess from this album that WC would end up being one of the best rappers of all time. There are a few standout tracks the rest of the album doesn't live up to, but overall it is an important moment in music for 1989. The real keepers here are "Funky Song", "Aladdin's on a Rampage", "We're in this Together" and "No Mercy".


August 11, 2009
edited over 7 years ago
A west coast classic from the golden era of hip-hop. The song "Alladin's is on a Rampage" by itself is worth the entire album. Pure turntable wizardry that established Alladin as one of the most accomplished djs in hip-hop history.
Other highlights are Funky Song and Pay Ya Dues. The latter had great MTV rotation at the time.

Reminder: don't be a fool like me. Try to purchase the original vinyl album instead of a reissue that's been out mostly in Europe. This reissue's sound quality is horrible.


January 4, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
This is one of the most slept on hip-hop alblums in the history of hip-hop! The cuts and scratches are tight! D.J. Aladin does his thing! W.C. is tight on the mic as well! I believe that this is his best work! This is definitely one for the true hip-hop heads to have in thier collection!