Where We Stand is the second album by American rock band Yellowcard. It was released in 1999 (and re-released in 2004 and 2005).
Ben Dobson (singer) and Todd Clary (guitarist) who left after this album had a lot to do with their sound of old. Dobson’s scruffy, rough-around-the-edges vocal approach gave this band some toughness that is quite different from their current incarnation. It was released by Takeover Records, a label created by one of the band's guitarists, Ben Harper. It is
- "Lesson Learned" – 3:22
- "Time Will Tell" – 3:58
- "Sue" – 2:24
- "April 20th" – 2:55
- "Uphill Both Ways" – 3:58
- "Kids" – 2:42
- "Doesn't Matter" – 2:54
- "Sorry Try Again" – 1:44
- "Anywhere But Here" – 3:13
- "On the Brink" – 7:26
- On the booklet inside the CD case, it says that Sean Mackin's name was Sean Wellman.
- "On the Brink" has a hidden track at the end of the song.
- The album features several soundbites from the classic videogame Street Fighter.
- The cover art for the album was inspired by the work of Japanese ukiyo-e artist, possibly Utagawa Hiroshige.
- The song "April 20th" was written about the Columbine High School Massacre, being sympathetic to the victims.
- "Where We Stand" is also the name of the one-off reunion group the five original Yellowcard members played under at their 24th May 2008 show at Freebird in Jacksonville, Florida.
- Where We Stand is now playing three shows in Florida in Sept. Dates can be found at www.myspace.com/wherewestandband