Cutting Our Teeth

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Cutting Our Teeth
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Studio album by We Are the Ocean
Released February 1, 2010
Recorded Summer 2009 at Salad Days Studio, Baltimore, MD
Genre Post-hardcore, alternative metal, alternative rock
Length 31:29
1:14:45 (Deluxe edition)
Label Hassle
Producer Brian McTernan
We Are the Ocean chronology
Look Alive
(2009)Look Alive2009
Cutting Our Teeth
Go Now and Live
(2011)Go Now and Live2011
Singles from Cutting Our Teeth
  1. "Nothing Good Has Happened Yet"
    Released: 2008
  2. "God Damn Good"
    Released: 2009
  3. "These Days, I Have Nothing"
    Released: 1 February 2010
  4. "All of This Has to End"
    Released: 26 July 2010
  5. "Lucky Ones"
    Released: 8 September 2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rock Sound 9/10 stars[1]

Cutting Our Teeth is the debut album by English post-hardcore band We Are the Ocean, after releasing two EPs. Promotional videos have been made for the songs "These Days, I Have Nothing"[2] and "Look Alive". A video for "All of This Has to End" was recently made and has been highly requested on the Scuzz and Kerrang! music channels. It features noticeably change in Dan Brown's vocal style from the self-titled EP. "Cutting Our Teeth" was re-issued with a bonus disc including 4 previously unreleased songs and 9 previously released songs from the band's two previous EPs.[3]

The deluxe edition CD featured four new songs produced by Jason Wilson at Stakeout Studios, in addition to the previously sold out 2008 mini-album.

Although the title track does not appear on the regular edition of the album, it was released before the album on the Look Alive EP, and was included in the album's deluxe edition bonus disc.

Track listing[edit]

Original CD
No. Title Length
1. "Look Alive" 3:01
2. "Our Days Are Numbered" 2:27
3. "All of This Has to End" 3:24
4. "Confessions" 3:40
5. "These Days, I Have Nothing" 2:54
6. "Don't Take Chances" 2:55
7. "(I'll Grab You by the) Neck of the Woods" 3:53
8. "Are You Proud of Me Now?" 2:34
9. "I Could Have Been So Much More" 2:50
10. "This Is Called My Home" 3:46
Total length: 31:29



  1. ^ Rock Sound review
  2. ^ "Kerrang! Watch We Are The Ocean’s new video". Retrieved 2012-02-12. 
  3. ^ "Hassle Records". Retrieved 2012-02-12.