Before you read this take, just remember that I don't support neo nazism(far right) or Communism(far left). This take is meant to be a guide for those who ever plan on visiting Germany. I haven't visited Geemany yet but I do have friends who visited it. Any banned songs that are played for political purposes(glorifying the third reich) or just for fun in Germany can result in the person going to prison for 3 years. The only way you can play the songs without getting in trouble is if it's for educational purposes.
1.) Die Fahne hoch (Raise the flag)
The main anthem of the NSDAP (national socialist worker's party) it's the most notorious song in Germany.
2.) Sieg heil Viktoria (hail victory Victoria)
A Nazi song that is also a battle song. It doesn't directly reference the Nazi party but since it was composed for the Waffen SS and it constantly mentions the phrase "sieg heil" it is banned.
3.) Flieg Deutsche Fahne flieg (fly German flag fly)
A song that was used by the third reich. It makes references to the führer(Hitler) and how they will bring forth a "new era".
4.) Vorwärts Vorwärts (Onwards onwards)
The main song used by the HitlerJugend(Hitler Youth) which were basically militant Boy Scouts.
5.) Vorwärts nach osten (Onwards to the East)
A Song referring to the Eastern Front of WWII, the part that most likely got the song banned was the part that mentions Hitler giving orders and the soldiers following him.
6.) Volk ans gewehr (People to arms)
A song adopted by the Volksturm(German militia) near the end of the war. It makes references to Hitler and it also has a anti Semitic reference.
7.) Deutschland Erwache (Germany awake)
A song used by the Nazi party, it makes references to the Nazi party and it has anti Semitic references.
8.) Kampflied der national socialitzen (Fight song of the national socialists)
The name itself is good enough to get it banned. It's a combat song used by the Nazi party.
9.) SS marschiert in Feindesland (SS marches in enemy territory)
A song used by the Waffen SS. The song makes references to Hitler. The Lyrics might be banned but the melody is still used by the German army today but with different lyrics.
There are many songs that are banned in Germany but these are some of the most recognizable ones.