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This article argues that popular music is a key component of the social drama surrounding Nazism in contemporary Germany. Like other xenophobic and racist propagandists in Europe, neo-Nazis have opened up toward a broad field of contemporary popular culture to gain power in mainstream society. The article examines the boundaries of popular music in reactions to the growing public presence of neo-Nazism, focusing on the band ZSK and its connections with the punk scene, the anti-fascist political scene, and various agencies sponsored by the federal government.