Make Yourself Sick is the full-length debut album from Boys Night Out.
- "I Got Punched in the Nose for Sticking My Face in Other People's Business" - 3:58
- "(Just Once) Let's Do Something Different" - 3:27
- "The First Time It Shouldn't Taste Like Blood" - 2:58
- "It's Dylan, You Know the Drill" - 3:34
- "Hold On Tightly, Let Go Lightly" - 2:54
- "The Subtleties That Make Mass Murderers Out of Otherwise Decent Human Beings" - 3:46
- "The Fine Art of Making It Out Alive" - 4:37
- "I Was the Devil for One Afternoon" - 3:18
- "The Anatomy of the Journey" - 2:45
- "Yeah, No... I Know..." - 6:42
- I Got Punched in the Nose for Sticking My Face in Other People's Business
- Dave Costa - bass
- Jeff Davis - guitar/vocals
- Connor Lovat-Fraser - vocals
- Ben Arseneau - drums
- Rob Pasalic - guitar/vocals
- Backup vocals on Track 9 were provided by Scott Komer.
- Group vocals on Track 9 were provided by Joan Komer and The Women of the St. Stephens United Church Choir.
- Additional vocals on Track 5 were provided by Adam Mansbridge.
- Additional keyboards by Scott Komer, Connor Lovat-Fraser and Rob Pasalic.
- Programming on Track 5 by Connor Lovat-Fraser.
- The bonus track, "Where We Breathe", was only put on the first pressing of the CD. It was a re-recorded version of the song that appeared on their debut EP, Broken Bones and Bloody Kisses.
- The first track of the album, "I Got Punched In The Nose For Sticking My Face In Other People's Business", is taken from a quote in the film The Wedding Singer.
- The title "The First Time It Shouldn't Taste Like Blood" is taken from a quote in the film Darkness Falls.
- The title "It's Dylan, You Know the Drill" is taken from the show Beverly Hills 90210. It was the message on Dylan's answering machine.
- The title "Hold On Tightly, Let Go Lightly" is a direct quote from the film Croupier.