They wrote some of the catchiest pop/dance songs of the 90s, taking America by storm just like fellow Swedes ABBA did decades earlier, and little did we know their music contained a dark messages inspired by Nazi ideology.
They are Ace Of Base, the seemingly harmless Swedish electronic dance group whose catchy hits "The Sign", "All That She Wants" and "Don't Turn Around" are earworms that will haunt us for the rest of our lives.
Ace Of Base may not seem like the sort to spread Nazi inspired propaganda, and this theory may seem like the ravings of a crackpot conspiracist, which the alleger, Cracked's Adam Tod Brown, will readily admit.
But consider this- Ace Of Base founder Ulf Ekberg was once part of the Neo-Nazi punk band Commit Suiside, and he named the group after the Nazi's Keroman submarine facility, sometimes referred to as "the base of the aces".
Read How A 90s Pop Band Secretly Sold Nazism To America at Cracked (contains NSFW language)