Guilty by Affiliation

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Guilty by Affiliation
Studio album by WC
Released August 14, 2007
Genre West Coast hip hop
Length 52:31
Label Lench Mob
Producer Ice Cube, Crazy Toones, Nottz, Teek the Beatsmith, Dee Underdue, Mr. Porter, Emile, Rick Rock, Jelly Roll, The Legendary Traxster, Laylaw, D-Mac
WC chronology
Ghetto Heisman
(2002)
Guilty by Affiliation
(2007)
Revenge of the Barracuda
(2011)
Singles from Guilty by Affiliation
  1. "This Is Los Angeles"
    Released: 2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllHipHop.com 8/10 stars[1]
DjBooth.net 4/5 stars[2]
RapReviews.com (8.5/10)[3]

Guilty by Affiliation is the third studio album by American rapper WC. It was released on August 14, 2007 by Ice Cube's independent label, Lench Mob Records. Ice Cube, The Game, Snoop Dogg and Butch Cassidy make guest appearances.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "This Is Los Angeles" (featuring Ice Cube) Jelly Roll 3:08
2. "West Coast Voodoo" (featuring Game) Hallway Productionz 3:23
3. "Jack And The Bean Stalk"   Nottz 4:44
4. "Paranoid" (featuring Ice Cube) Mr. Porter 4:10
5. "Guilty By Affiliation" (featuring Ice Cube) Hallway Productionz 4:08
6. "Dodgeball" (featuring Snoop Dogg & Butch Cassidy) Emile 4:23
7. "Keep It 100" (featuring Ice Cube) Laylaw, D-Mac 4:17
8. "Crazy Toones 4 President"   Hallway Productionz 2:22
9. "If You See A Bad Bitch" (featuring Ice Cube) Hallway Productionz 3:47
10. "Look At Me" (featuring Ice Cube) Rick Rock 3:28
11. "Side Dick"   The Legendary Traxster 3:27
12. "80's Babies" (featuring Ice Cube) Hallway Productionz 3:38
13. "Gang Injunctions"   Emile 2:57
14. "Addicted To It" (featuring Ice Cube) Hallway Productionz 4:29

Samples[edit]

  • "This Is Los Angeles" - Contains a sample of "West Up!" by WC and the Maad Circle
  • "West Coast Voodoo" - Contains a sample of "Tribal Jam" by X-Clan
  • "80's Babies" - Contains a sample of "Chrome & Paint" by Ice Cube
  • "Gang Injunctions" - Contains a sample of "Chrome & Paint" by Ice Cube

Chart history[edit]

Chart (2007)[4] Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 49
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 6

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