|1||Nobody (germany Version)|
|2||Es Tut Mir Leid|
|3||Sex Control (under Control)|
|4||Take My Heart (germany Version)|
|5||Sex Control (germany Version)|
|6||Boys (germany Version)|
|8||Can You Mend A Broken Heart? (germany Version)|
|10||Willst Du Mich?|
|12||Wait For Me (germany Version)|
|13||Can You Mend A Broken Heart?|
|14||Knockin' [Soul-O-Matic Radio Edit]|
|16||Take My Heart|
|18||Wait For Me|
|19||SchÖne Neue Welt|
Band Ohne Namen (English translation Band Without Name, also known as B.O.N., previously known under the name Die Allianz) was a duo composed of Guy Gross and Claus Capek, both from Germany. They are most famous for their hip-pop record Boys, which charted in many European countries in the year 2000.
The original version of Boys as featured in their debut album No. 1 consisted of German lyrics interrupted by an English chorus. The single became a hit after it was translated fully into English, which spurred their next album B.O.N. in the USA, which was an all-English version of No. 1.
The follow-up English single Nobody was not as successful, and did not enter the English charts, although it featured on the UK MTV Hits music channel. Their follow-up track in German, Take My Heart, was certified "gold" in Germany.