Ontario-based pop-punk/emo/lotsa yelling combo Boys PARTICULAR DATE included vocalist Connor Lovat-Fraser, guitarists Jeff Davis and Rob Pasalic, bassist Dave Costa, and drummer Ben Arseneau. They debuted in 2002 with Broken Bone fragments and Bloody Kisses (Ferret Music) and instantly started a furious touring routine that could continue almost unabated before end of eternity. (Fellow travelers included types like COMPLETELY NEW and Coheed & Cambria.) BNO came back to polish in Apr 2004 using the slicker and much more melodic MAKE YOUR SELF Sick. It presented totally hilarious track game titles like “I ACQUIRED Punched within the Nose for Sticking My Encounter in OTHER’S Business” and setup some MTV publicity and a circular of Warped times. Their conceptual follow-up, Trainwreck, made an appearance in July 2005. The Dvd and blu-ray Dude, YOU WILL NEED to Stop Dance premiered via Ferret a season later, as well as the digital-only EP Fifty Mil People CAN NOT BE Wrong implemented in Feb 2007.
Music Songs I Got Punched in the Face for Sticking My Nose in Other Peoples Business, Medicating, Hold on Tightly. Let Go Lightly., Get Your Head Straight, Obsequiarch, A Torrid Love Affair, Of Waves, Up With Me, Sketch Artist Composite, Where We Breathe, Let's Do Something Different, Relapsing, I Was the Devil for One Afternoon, Lust Phenomenon, It's Dylan, You Know the Drill, The Anatomy of the Journey, The First Time It Shouldn't Taste Like Blood, The Only Honest Love Song, Reason Ain't Our Long Suit, Prayed All Wrong, Deadman Songs, Fall for the Drinker, Yeah, No... I Know..., The Heirs of Error, The Push and Pull, Hey, Thanks, The Subtleties That Make Mass Murderers Out of Otherwise Decent Human Beings, Swift and Unforgiving, Let Me Be Your Swearword, It Won't Be Long, Purging, This Broken Killswitch
Albums Trainwreck, Make Yourself Sick, Black Dogs, Broken Bones and Bloody Kisses, Boys Night Out, Boys Night Out (International Version), Fifty Million People Can't Be Wrong, You Are My Canvas
Nominations Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy