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BNO is an amazing band. The musical talent is there. You can hear it in any track, and as great as the intruments make this album its the concept that sold me. As you may have noticed the tracks have some strange names. Its because Trainwreck tells a dark tale about how a man killed his wife while having a vivid nightmare. He breaks down mentally and gets sentenced to a psyche ward for his crime. He is haunted by his wife in the form of a song stuck in his head. I wont give anymore away but you get the picture. Ive loved music a long time (im 21) and this is by far one of my favorite albums of allt time. If you dont buy this or burn it somewhere youre really missing out. Unless this isnt your type of music, but then why would you be reading this then.


Their is simply no other word that I can use to describe this album. The lyrics and the instruments come together to form the ultimate piece of musicianship.
To completely understand the brilliance of this album, you have to know that the album is a concept album, it tells a story. The lyrics are truly a piece of art because the story they tell is one you can feel that is almost real. The story is a dark story of a man who murders his wife, in his sleep, and he cuts off his arms (that part I'm not completely sure of, but it sounds like it). And truly, if you listen to the lyrics, this tragic story becomes evident and clear, and at the same time amazing.

Each individual song add onto the story and you can understand what each song add by looking at the simple, one word, title.

Introduction - It is what the title is, an introduction to the story, it is all talking made by the doctor caring for the patient (the one who murdered his wife). The doctor says, "The patient is catatonic." I believe that this song really is awesome and if you are in for the story, then it is essential. Overall: 8 / 10

Dreaming - The patient is in a catatonic state and is dreaming, essentially trying to recall how exactly he murdered his wife, but he can't. Great song, pretty catchy, good riffs. Overall: 9 / 10

Waking - The patient has awoken and is now remising on how much he misses his wife. The chorus in the song is what makes it, pure brilliance, really. Overall: 10 / 10

Sentencing - The patient is being put on trial, but he can't remember a thing, so he can't really be tried. The alliterations in this song are sheer brilliance, and it's got some great work vocally and instrumentally. Overall 9 / 10

At this point, you have probably caught on to the story if you have the album, so I will only point out the other aspects of the songs. So my reviews will slack off ear and i will only do some basic critique.

Medicating - Probably the stand-out song on the album, if there is one. The female who sings is engaged with the drummer, but she really adds some interest to the song. Some great stuff here, highly recommended.
Overall: 10 / 10

Purging - Not one of the standouts, but certainly part of the masterpiece. Overall: 8 / 10

Relapsing - Once again the girl comes in and combines perfect with Conor, a work of art, another stand-out. Overall: 10 / 10

Recovering - Good guitar riffs and harmonies, the screaming on this one adds to the desperation of the story at this point. Chorus is also very catchy. Overall: 9 / 10

Composing - "It's all about the song in my head/ The one where the audience is all dead." these lyrics are great, and will -stay- in your head. Good song. Overall: 8 / 10

Disintegrating - One of the slower songs on the album, but not one to over-look. It's got some good instrumental work. Overall: 9 / 10

Healing - Great song, once again the screaming adds to the patients desperation. Great riffs, great song. Overall: 9 / 10

Dying - In this song there is more talking done by the doctor, the patient has taken a serious turn for the worse and is going to die. He was released to early from the hospital and starved himself and is drenched in his wife's perfume. This is the perfect way to end the perfect album. The chorus's at the end peacefully end the album once we have seen the demise of our victim/patient. Overall: 9 / 10

If there ever was an album worthy of buying it is this one. Buy this album and a guarantee that you will not be disappointed. I have been a fan of BNO for a few years and have listened to this album through probably 100 or more times. So Stop reading this and get it!

great music

my sisters boyfriend just got me into this band by handing me BNO's album "Trainwreck" the songs have great guitar solos and thoughtful lyrics. The songs they create are the ones that get stuck in your head and actually have meaning ic an't stop listening to them. definately one of my favorite bands.


Formed: 1998 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ontario-based pop-punk/emo/lotsa yelling combo Boys Night Out included vocalist Connor Lovat-Fraser, guitarists Jeff Davis and Rob Pasalic, bassist Dave Costa, and drummer Ben Arseneau. They debuted in 2002 with Broken Bones and Bloody Kisses (Ferret Music) and immediately began a furious touring regimen that would continue nearly unabated until the end of eternity. (Fellow travelers included types like Brand New and Coheed & Cambria.) BNO returned to wax in April 2004 with the slicker and more melodic...
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