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Croatias Most Disturbing Musician (Satan Panonski)

  • Опубліковано 28 лют 2024
  • Satan Panonski is a Croatian musician, poet and artist who has often been labeled as "The Croatian GG Allin", however he is much more than that. Today we will be looking at his insane life and art.
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    Thesis: Satan Panonski's body of resistance
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  • @deburke321
    @deburke321  3 роки тому +432

    Hope you guys enjoy this video! Very little is known about this man so I wanted to do my best to create a somewhat cohesive timeline that can serve as an introduction to Panonski and his music. If I'm correct (and I might not be lol), this should be the first video on UA-cam ever done about Panonski in English, so if I made a few mistakes that's the reason why. Anyways, I hope you guys have a good day and I'll see you soon!

    • @Vixysix
      @Vixysix 3 роки тому +5

      Awesome!! Thanks!!

    • @babakazi808
      @babakazi808 3 роки тому +10

      I just recently heard of japaneese noise music. Sounds a little punk at times too, but do you think you could do a video on this? I heard they get pretty crazy and a bulldozer crashed through the stage as part of a set injuring people in the crowd lol

    • @donmacpherson5498
      @donmacpherson5498 3 роки тому +10

      Loved this.
      Never heard of him until now, so well done.
      I am extremely intrigued.
      This man is instantly one of my heroes.

    • @mariozilic3250
      @mariozilic3250 3 роки тому +9

      Hello Deburke, friend of mine from Vinkovci where Satan comes from, he knows the brother of Satan Panonski, and he told him that Satam was murdered by Croatian army because he was always telling to people that he will slaughter the Serbs. He sad:" Do you know what I will do to the Serbs, if I am already cutting myself on the stage

    • @knightwing5169
      @knightwing5169 3 роки тому +5

      Holy crap Deburke! I was not expecting another video from you so soon. Keep up the good work, dude.

  • @nullcorporation2332
    @nullcorporation2332 3 роки тому +2547

    Not as Half as scary as Canadas Most Disturbing Musician 'Celine Dion'

  • @amatije
    @amatije 3 роки тому +1960

    So glad that someone who's not from Croatia/Serbia is talking about Satan Panonski.
    He was such a nice man outside the stage. He bought me a beer one time before his concert and we had an interesting conversation. I was just a little girl back then but I'll never forget how kind he was. He was worried about me and a friend because we were young and alone at a punk concert. He told us to let him know if we had any problems that night.
    Thanks for the video!

    • @FabioDish
      @FabioDish 2 роки тому +21

      and how the concert was??

    • @vedranboneta
      @vedranboneta 2 роки тому +40

      bio je na mdmi

    • @milanbetmen4646
      @milanbetmen4646 2 роки тому +10

      ozzy osbourne is an insect for kečer

    • @JAMBI..
      @JAMBI.. 2 роки тому +35

      He wanted to do you

    • @jupitershanty
      @jupitershanty 2 роки тому +74

      That's a LOVELY story. I wish more people were that way. Cheers

  • @vidukadavor
    @vidukadavor Рік тому +185

    I knew Ivica, or Satan Panonski, even though I'm 10 years younger and I'm from Zagreb.But playing guitar in 'Majke', I met all the Punk Rock musicians who came from Vinkovci to Zagreb during the war.
    I experienced everything until I was 17 years old playing concerts all over Yugoslavia, but I will never forget how scared I was when I saw Satan's first concert in Kset-Zagreb. There was blood everywhere.He cut himself madly, I ran to the upper gallery out of fear.
    But later, when I met him, I saw that he is an intelligent and creative man, just a little crazy 😅
    I have an interesting story. His backing band were mostly members of the very young band 'Pokvarena Mašta' from Vinkovci. They are my generation, so much younger than him. I later played with all of them in Majke and to this day I play with some of them in 'Kojoti' .
    Ivica was gay, and everyone in Vinkovci knew it , including his brother Vlado,( because of whom he killed a man). So Ivica and his brother Vlado came to the first gig of Pokvarene mašta in Vinkovci, when they were still teenagers. And when Vlado (who is straight) first saw Vanja, the bass player (with whom I play to this day), said to Ivica:
    'Fuck,Ivica, this kid is prettier than my wife, I would fuck him too!' And Satan answered him: No! I don't touch fellow musicians!' 😅 Later, Vanja played Satan's last concert in Sarajevo, before the war.
    I'm glad I got to know him well, if only for a short time and I'm sorry he died.Don't believe all the Bullshit stories about his death.Even today his relatives don't know what exactly happened.And his death was never investigated. It's very shady businesses.
    Greetings to everyone from Zagreb, Croatia!

    • @rudifx2523
      @rudifx2523 Рік тому +12

      I don't know about everyone else here, but I know You Viduka and I really Respect everything you've done and what you're still doing for the Croatian Rock scene! I believe that everything you wrote is true. The punk rock scene in Vinkovci at that time was by far the best in the whole of Ex-Yugoslavia, and later in Croatia. And when I think about it, you are the only person who is not from Vinkovci, and you played the guitar and wrote songs with all of them .Because you are the best! Greetings to Legend!

    • @pokojnitoza8495
      @pokojnitoza8495 Рік тому +6

      OH YEAH! A big salute to the legendary guitarist.
      I don't want to bother you, I'm just curious. Have you ever played with Satan Panonski?

    • @vidukadavor
      @vidukadavor Рік тому +7

      @@pokojnitoza8495 Hey, hello Tozo! :) I didn't play the Gig with Ivica, unfortunately. But for that legendary performance with a lot of bands at Vrbik in Zg. 1990, he had the idea that Bare would play the bass for him( and that was very funny,) I would play the only guitar and Korozija from Majke drums. And we even had one rehearsal in that line-up. And that sounded very interesting. Korozija and I keep everything from falling apart, and Bare and Satan try to make everything fall apart haha 😁​​ And we were supposed to play that gig in a week time, but Korozija didn't show up at all, and Bare was 2 hours late for the gig. So Fuck it, there was the band Nepopravljivi from Vinkovci and they followed him at the end. Satan wanted me to join, but without Bare it wasn't so much for me fun. Today I'm a little sorry that I wasn't.

    • @nikolajurenic87
      @nikolajurenic87 9 місяців тому +4

      Viduka legendo hvala ti za sve zakon rifove od kojih me zbog benganja danima vrat bolio. 91' sam godište, obožavam majke i kojote iz devedesetih, satana sam glazbeno upoznao u tinejđerskim danima, i dan danas si ga pustim da se "ispraznim" kako bi on to rekao. Trese lupa udara od kad zajašio sam zmaja i postao razuzdan i lud! Rock on!

    • @Trt-Mrt-Smrt
      @Trt-Mrt-Smrt 8 місяців тому +1

      i da dodamo Kawasaki 3P

  • @ghostx697
    @ghostx697 3 роки тому +673

    Given what we know, he seems like the exact opposite person of GG they just shared similar marketing.
    The fact that GG would shit on himself and not bathe for days after and Satan would clean up immediately after a show tells you all you need to know.

    • @lewisaino
      @lewisaino 2 роки тому +37

      With that you know their personalities.

    • @crazydud3380
      @crazydud3380 2 роки тому +55

      Yeah, nothing alike other than the self-harm during live shows, but GG wasn't the only other artist to do that (Mayhem, and some other black metal acts from that time).

    • @alicemarksman8888
      @alicemarksman8888 2 роки тому +42

      @@crazydud3380 Even Marilyn Manson self harmed on stage. It's pretty sad that it's becoming mainstream to do it or seen as cool in the alternative scene. There's still tons of comments applauding him for it, encouraging, and a sht ton saying that it was bad-ss or similar things.

    • @electricink3908
      @electricink3908 2 роки тому +5

      GG died from a heroin OD , while Satan Panonski died defending for his country.

    • @criticalmass6249
      @criticalmass6249 2 роки тому +39

      GG was also saving his country... by taking all the super strong heroin so others in his country won’t be able to OD, quite admirable really.

  • @basedsouljah
    @basedsouljah 3 роки тому +430

    There is like NO INFORMATION ON THIS MAN. Huge huge huge shout out to you bro

    • @lukadebeljak2485
      @lukadebeljak2485 3 роки тому +14

      There is a lot of information about him online, and I do mean a lot

    • @zaynes5094
      @zaynes5094 2 роки тому +3

      @@lukadebeljak2485 There is and there isn’t. Im sure if someone wanted to dig deep they could. As weird as this may sound, while I am very much Batman in the sense that I do not believe in killing, I do believe that those that hurt innocents, those that hurt/abuse children, or neglect their own, those are the ones that deserve a fate worse than death, but I also am a firm believer in that those that hurt others get what they deserve.

    • @lukadebeljak2485
      @lukadebeljak2485 2 роки тому +9

      @@zaynes5094 what are you on about man? I found a whole pdf file of his childhood, how he was friends with my father (ma fathers full name was in the file, he also told me often about Satan). There is a shit ton of informatiom, from old letters to conspiracies. I agree with you on the second half of your comment but what the fuck does that have do to with anything

    • @zaynes5094
      @zaynes5094 2 роки тому +1

      @@lukadebeljak2485 You a Brit? I’ve only met one Brit in my life and they talked with a very broken accent. And, I don’t know. Call me Mr. random but I just like how he thinks about those bad types. I always akin evil people to that of a roach, easy enough to find, but incredibly hard to kill once found. So I don’t think he’s too far off from the truth in that regards.

    • @lukadebeljak2485
      @lukadebeljak2485 2 роки тому +2

      @@zaynes5094 im from croatia man, and yeah I agree

  • @heavenlyrose3774
    @heavenlyrose3774 3 роки тому +403

    I felt bad for him when he started talking about how he cuts himself to relieve some of his pain. He seemed like a nice, damaged man who had too many demons.

    • @blebleh666
      @blebleh666 3 роки тому +6

      Thats why prople cut themselves. To kill the pain

    • @ScoobyShotU
      @ScoobyShotU 2 роки тому

      @UCBiJ3VKFC2qSItQ4e59QdxA lol that's stupid as fuck u cause physical pain to end mental pain like this is coming from someone who can't get out of physical pain I've broken 50 plus bones had 20 plus surgeries and I promise u nothing mental can cause the pain I've been threw and go threw day to day ppl like u make me sick

    • @noseexplorer
      @noseexplorer 2 роки тому +27

      @@ScoobyShotU a lot of people do that as an unhealthy way to cope. And obviously the pain of self mutilation is not nearly as painful as breaking bones. So comparing the two makes no sense.

    • @rizeorfall
      @rizeorfall 2 роки тому +3

      @@ScoobyShotU do you remember when you Shit your pants at Greg’s house? That was hilarious! For real I came hard to that image.

    • @perkosherrigh7243
      @perkosherrigh7243 2 роки тому +2

      More like a attention seeker

  • @sharpen81
    @sharpen81 3 роки тому +540

    I'm from Croatia, and it's really cool that someone from the west heard about him, since he is still pretty obscured even in Croatia (or Balkans). I think video covers main aspects of the story, but just wants to add some corrections. First one is about pronouncing his surname - it should be pronounced like this Chulyik. Just put it into google translate and you'll be good :). Second one is about his reasons to go to war. Basically he was a pacifist and against the war, but in his own words, he said something like this: "The village I was born and where my family lived was attacked. So I couldn't just watch someone trying to kill my mother, I had to fight". As for reasons on his death, yeah, the most widespread explanation is accident, but we will never know for sure. He is buried in Vinkovci, and some punk folks still visit his grave. PS You could also make a video about Goran Bare & Majke (Mothers). Goran was a bass player in Satan's band, but now is fronting his own band Majke that makes really quality music and are definitely more popular than Satan. But Goran also has interesting story of his own. You should check it out ;)

    • @mucjka
      @mucjka 2 роки тому +3

      I also have to mention that there is a wide spread story/myth, that he was shot while charging an attack on a tank with a knife.

    • @B.C.M
      @B.C.M Рік тому

      Goran Bare & Majke-the best rnr band in the World 😉👌

    • @Tomislav_B.
      @Tomislav_B. Рік тому +3

      Čuljak, nije Čuljik

    • @derraucherhase123
      @derraucherhase123 Рік тому +2

      @@Tomislav_B. Haha even croatians are fighting about the pronunciation

    • @johnjohn37371
      @johnjohn37371 Рік тому +4

      He didn't mention it, so maybe you can tell me, and I apologize for my ignorance...how big did punk music get in Croatia? Was there an influx of English and American punk or was it mostly homegrown? And how big was rock music in general in the late seventies early eighties? Was it a club level thing or were there major bands touring? Again, I'm sorry for my ignorance, just curious...

  • @joker-mo8cb
    @joker-mo8cb 3 роки тому +866

    He's a lot more caring then gg and not near as ruthless.

    • @HankStellae
      @HankStellae 3 роки тому +3


    • @joker-mo8cb
      @joker-mo8cb 3 роки тому +12

      @@HankStellae 💩

    • @HankStellae
      @HankStellae 3 роки тому +14

      @@joker-mo8cb lol, the best organic lube...

    • @joker-mo8cb
      @joker-mo8cb 3 роки тому +24

      @@HankStellae gg allins favorite!!

    • @HankStellae
      @HankStellae 3 роки тому +14

      @@joker-mo8cb hahaha, the whiskey and heroin made it all slippery...

  • @sunolili862
    @sunolili862 3 роки тому +420

    the balkans is a wild place for music.the most obscure shit is going on here and we may never know half of it

    • @user-rj3cu5zt8q
      @user-rj3cu5zt8q 3 роки тому +34

      Wdym? Im from here and nothimg obscure in music is happening

    • @Fabio-Galante
      @Fabio-Galante 3 роки тому +42

      Nothing special ,as of right now ,everyone is following European trends. And 30 40+ years ago , you had a lot of rock bands following the steps of american rock bands.

    • @hamzatufek534
      @hamzatufek534 3 роки тому +4

      As a Bosnian(BALKAN COUNTRY) i confirm that

    • @Occult_Gibbet
      @Occult_Gibbet 3 роки тому +4

      A good place to start would be YT user @Dronemf.S

    • @jevtamjdc5516
      @jevtamjdc5516 3 роки тому +21

      @@user-rj3cu5zt8q Vidi, mnogo zavisi od toga u koju se rupu zavučeš i gde odeš,mnogi su na našim prostorima, na žalost u turbo-folk-u i ostalim govnima, i zaslepljeni time ne spoznaju podzemlje,ne spoznaju NAS

  • @debilana100
    @debilana100 3 роки тому +255

    In april 1991 we played a gig with Satan Panonski in Slovenia and i had some conversation to this man. I was 18 at that time. Very interesting person. I remember asking him if there is gonna be some blood and cuttings on the stage and he reply me he's not doing this anymore. The gig was chaotic anyway (4 bands played that evening) and i belive there must be a video somewhere in the archive of Slovenian national TV station. I know it because there was a video reportage few days after the gig. I saw it on TV.

    • @aleksandarsasokotnik9310
      @aleksandarsasokotnik9310 2 роки тому +6


    • @RealDJStew724
      @RealDJStew724 Рік тому +5

      Try to get a copy and upload it please

    • @lukepoposek3548
      @lukepoposek3548 Рік тому +1

      My grandparents are Slovenian, and this man's story makes so much sense to me... I feel his pain, his angst, his sorrow... What can we do in a world so violent, when all we want is peace. Thank you for sharing your story! I would love to hear more about the punk scene in my native country.

    • @alexthebirb6966
      @alexthebirb6966 Рік тому +1

      I gotta ask my uncle if he knew about this guy because he was the only one who really listened to metal and punk in my entire family

    • @Kritikalhit-uf8ez
      @Kritikalhit-uf8ez 2 місяці тому

      Where you guys aware of gg allin at the time?

  • @maddio998
    @maddio998 3 роки тому +359

    He’s much more articulate than GG ever was.

    • @70zenboy
      @70zenboy 3 роки тому +28

      GG not articulate? How about “Pulled out my
      Burning pecker and out came the puss” for a lyric huh? That’s pure poetry.

    • @dreammule
      @dreammule 3 роки тому +6

      Thats not poetry. Thats mearly a man simply stating what one does after a night of shooting up someone else's dope and playing a round of "How many rapes can the whores take".

    • @daniele.7438
      @daniele.7438 2 роки тому +8

      GG would give this guy the pain he looking for and explode shit all over him . Either way for being a creative force on the other side of the world cheers and RIP Satahn

      @THICCTHICCTHICC 2 роки тому +31

      GG was surprisingly articulate when he wasn't on drugs though. Which wasn't often of course, but everything I've read of him seems to indicate that there was a smart man underneath 3 layers of shit and blood.

    • @christopherst.christopher2836
      @christopherst.christopher2836 Рік тому +5

      Listening to the man's own words, I think GG had a well-developed mind obscured by emotional scarring and an endless appetite for attention (especially attention expressed as fear, outrage, or disgust). I'm not trying to defend the man's specific actions, which would be a foolish use of time, but maybe to understand some of the man himself. He's always fascinated me, even though he was (proudly 😸) a shit-stained degenerate who mostly made lame music.
      Also, I think it's funny, and maybe a little sad, that a video about Satan Panonski has more discussion about someone else.

  • @robertor6289
    @robertor6289 3 роки тому +637

    Fun fact: when he was a teenager, older people were scared of him when they saw him on the streets and yelled something like “Go aways Satan of Panonia.” He liked it and used it as a stage name.
    P.S. “satahn” is the right pronouncing of Satan on Croatian language (it’s not Satin as many people say in the comment section)

    • @mbvteleshaka4366
      @mbvteleshaka4366 3 роки тому +8

      that was so fun

    • @tinataylor3385
      @tinataylor3385 3 роки тому +32

      It's Sotona iz Panonije. I'm from Croatia.

    • @KattMurr
      @KattMurr 3 роки тому +5

      Thank you for the clarification! I was wondering if the name was pronounced properly...

    • @AliceSpaxxx
      @AliceSpaxxx 3 роки тому +9

      I am from Croatia and as far as I know it's called Sotona!!!!

    • @hobbitsodomizer7301
      @hobbitsodomizer7301 3 роки тому +2

      @@tinataylor3385 Legenda iz Panonije :-). With Drinking Skull one of my favorite (mada nisam voljel punk on mi je bil brutalane dober).

  • @jreschke5
    @jreschke5 3 роки тому +789

    One was named Jesus Christ and one was named satan. Pretty wild

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +109

      Haha didn’t even think of that, they’re kindred spirits

    • @amnesia2558
      @amnesia2558 3 роки тому +77

      Yeah and gg hated everyone and loved himself, and satan hated himself and loved everyone else.satan said he cant hate anyone but he has to punish ones who want to harm his town,mother or brothers

    • @mkeflynn9542
      @mkeflynn9542 3 роки тому +10

      That would be with a capital "S"

    • @vedranb87
      @vedranb87 3 роки тому +17

      @@deburke321 Wow... With this in mind you could definitely make a follow-up video about the symbolic representation of the entire modern Christian world through the lens of these two people, their attitudes towards the world and the resulting irony.

    • @nelsonx5326
      @nelsonx5326 3 роки тому +15

      And one tossed the name away while the other created his.

  • @markopanic6371
    @markopanic6371 3 роки тому +155

    It's always surreal to hear someone talk about a niche thing you know about, especially if it's from a english speaking youtuber I've been subbed to for these kind of stories.

  • @RazorChampion99
    @RazorChampion99 3 роки тому +87

    Nice to see rather-unknown artists get some recognition through your videos. I think it would be a challenge if you tackled a entire sub-genre of music, giving a overall retrospective about how these bands portray their image, their live performances, their singing techniques like either growls or melodies etc. For example, I recommend the metal genre with their 20 billion sub-genres like Grindcore, Pirate Metal, Death Metal, Funeral Doom Metal etc etc. (Seriously, there are loads of sub-genres; even sub-genres within sub-genres). Thanks and keep up the awesome work.

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +19

      Thank you! And yeah I try to talk about the genres and the impact these artists have on it whenever I'm covering somebody. Like in my video on Mayhem I talked a lot about Black Metal in general and mentioned a few other bands that influenced the genre. Maybe down the line I'll covere a full genre, my brother was actually in a Folk Metal band so I've learned a lot about the interesting sub genres of metal through him.

    • @RazorChampion99
      @RazorChampion99 3 роки тому

      @Stanley Broniszewski Grindcore is basically death metal + metalcore, Pirate Metal is heavy metal + pirate themes and lyrics and Funeral Doom Metal is symphonic black metal + funeral/death themes and lyrics.

    • @lars38010
      @lars38010 2 роки тому +2

      Uh don't you mean Death Metal+Hardcore Punk?
      I mean Grindcore has been influenced by way more, than just those 2 but still.
      Also isn't Pirate Metal just part of Folk Metal?
      And isn't Funeral Doom Metal, Death-Doom with funeral dirge music?

    • @uwujaki
      @uwujaki 2 роки тому

      @@deburke321 0

    • @somewhatsomething4882
      @somewhatsomething4882 2 роки тому +2

      @@RazorChampion99 dude grindcore was around long before metalcore so to say grindcore is metalcore and death is kinda putting the cart in front of the horse.

  • @no-prophet
    @no-prophet 3 роки тому +76

    Man, I loved his music when I was a teen. I still have his tapes stored somewhere. "Albums" were called "Nuclear Olympic games", "How a punk defended Croatia" and "Ljuljajmo ljubljeni ljuljičasti ljulj" which translates "Swinging beloved purple ljulj", ljulj means weed or drugs in general. He was found dead during the civil war but the most told story around here is that he was killed by Croatian paramilitary forces. Another one is that he accidentally killed himself. I don't know which one is true, if any, probably very few people know. His name was Ivica Čuljak, pronounced something like Iwitza Choolyak.

    • @your_belief_vs_everything
      @your_belief_vs_everything Рік тому +2

      I have much respect for him, the fact that he took up arms to defend his home ....most people now both kids and young adults, have no care for their nation(people/ethnic tribe).

  • @dariodzimbeg
    @dariodzimbeg 2 роки тому +65

    As a Croatian, i may say that he was really famous in his way! Older generations still, to this day, quote his lyrics in various situations.

    • @TeacherJuanMQ
      @TeacherJuanMQ Рік тому +2

      Can you please quote some? I'm really curious about it.

    • @hrr597
      @hrr597 11 місяців тому

      ​@@TeacherJuanMQ yo mama gay

    • @jasamfilip8691
      @jasamfilip8691 9 місяців тому +1

      @@TeacherJuanMQ From the song 'Pioniri Maleni' (1st verse):
      "When I was seven years old
      they put a red scarf around my neck
      it was tight, I was drowning
      I still have trauma today"
      It's about growing up while being obliged to be a member of Yugoslav communist youth called 'Pioniri' (Pioneers). The kids famously wore a red scarf and a blue/white uniform - the Yugoslaw flag colours.

    • @lcd284
      @lcd284 9 місяців тому +1

      Traumu?! Kao poslednja generacija pionira 82 .. ne seri!!

    • @4md17
      @4md17 8 місяців тому

      ​@@lcd284 nažalost, mnoga djeca su bila odgajana da gledaju na to kao traumu

  • @lolplavi1556
    @lolplavi1556 3 роки тому +173

    Im from the city where Satan Panonski(Ivica Čuljak) started everything he was born in Cerna small vilg. next to Vinkovci. He was man with very very good in painting but he wanted to be a singer. First group he was in Pogreb X and he was know as a singer who cut him self to bone destroy bottels of beer on hid head and too much more things.. he got his name Satan Panonski when he got home from hospital and some granny say to him
    ,,Go away Satan of Panonian" he liked that name started using it.

    • @tompanoname3579
      @tompanoname3579 3 роки тому +3

      And you can add that he was bisexual.

    • @JennaLeigh
      @JennaLeigh 3 роки тому +2

      Thank you for adding that context!

    • @pissypixiesplayland70
      @pissypixiesplayland70 3 роки тому +2

      So am I correct that tha channel owner is mispronouncin' his name as Satin insteada like tha Devil = Satan???

    • @JennaLeigh
      @JennaLeigh 3 роки тому +3

      @@pissypixiesplayland70 he mentions in the video that the guy himself pronounced it that way.

    • @pissypixiesplayland70
      @pissypixiesplayland70 3 роки тому +1

      Thank u... I musta missed that!!! 😳

  • @TheMightyPika
    @TheMightyPika 2 роки тому +25

    Fantastic. You're doing the world a favor by documenting these fascinating artists.
    If I may, it would be great to hear about shock actor Thistle Harlequin, whose UA-cam and Devianart pages are still up, following his health decline like eerie monuments.

  • @jackcroatan
    @jackcroatan 2 роки тому +36

    There is a myth about him from the time he was in the Croatian army. The legend goes that he captured a Serbian soldier, and instead of killing him, he undressed himself and started cutting himself while saying to the imprisoned soldier, "I'm doing this to myself, imagine what I would do to you." The soldier had a heart attack and died on the spot. Well, that is what the legend says, anyway.

    • @realfuckingcarrot
      @realfuckingcarrot 2 роки тому

      Its obviously just a legend,lots of fucked up shit happened back then that was a 100% worse than this,but a cool legend for sure.

    • @B.C.M
      @B.C.M Рік тому +1

      That is truth...for Serbian soldiers..Satan(Ivica Culjak)Kecer II,is be very dangerous Man.!!!but genius Artist😉

    • @imeprezime732
      @imeprezime732 Рік тому


    • @pantagana8955
      @pantagana8955 5 місяців тому

      i never heard this legend about him

    • @mad.postman
      @mad.postman 14 днів тому

      That is 100% true, my friends father served army with him. He had a wire around his throusers where he was collecting enemy ears that he cut off off them.

  • @damirosmic1426
    @damirosmic1426 3 роки тому +36

    Punk by nationality, friend by profession.(Po narodnosti punker, po zanimanju prijatelj)

    • @umagnovenju
      @umagnovenju 10 місяців тому

      Ma kakav to punker brije na nacionalizam?

  • @efe_aydal
    @efe_aydal 3 роки тому +363

    Thank you for the dark themed video. Goes very well while working on a project.

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +16

      Thank you Efe I hope you're doing well!

    • @efe_aydal
      @efe_aydal 3 роки тому +10

      @@deburke321 Yeah, when editing my podcast, from time to time I need to convert a part of the podcast into a videon AE. There I don't need any sound so I put on a dark themed video (because it's the middle night and I'm alone). Makes me enjoy my job.

    • @vicioussuspicious894
      @vicioussuspicious894 3 роки тому

      @@efe_aydal tam bu filmden sonra podcastini dinleyecektim

    • @meshuugahh2478
      @meshuugahh2478 3 роки тому +1

      Buney abisi

    • @jessie9465
      @jessie9465 3 роки тому +5

      Satan is weak, Jesus is Strong!

  • @acidfather
    @acidfather Рік тому +25

    I once played in a band called Drop Dead in Novi Sad, we were opening for Pogreb X, the first band of Satan Panonski. They were telling me stories about him, how was he like and how he died. It was such an experience to talk to people who knew him personally and who played with him.

    • @your_belief_vs_everything
      @your_belief_vs_everything Рік тому +1

      Is it the Drop Dead that was around in the late 90s and mid 90s? Kind of like punk/grind? When I was living in CO Springs in 1998/1999 Drop Dead played in our house. Or they were going to, or something weird like that. We had a commune type house, lots of people living there, always new people coming and going. Train hoppers and gutter trash. The usual.

    • @_kurcina_
      @_kurcina_ 4 місяці тому

      kako je umro brate? glupi internet kaže da je umro u "nerazjašnjenim" okolnostima

  • @unitedfederationofidiots1985
    @unitedfederationofidiots1985 2 роки тому +14

    My dad met him during the war when he (my dad) was in hospital because he got wounded and so he said to me that Satan came to his room where were other wounded soldiers and he just pointed at my dad and said "You, do you wanna go for a beer" and my dad said that he couldn't walk because of the wound and so Satan took my dad carried him on his shoulders outside of the hospital across the street to a bar and drank beer with him.

  • @glueball9511
    @glueball9511 2 роки тому +34

    gg was alot more combative and toxic than this dude. this guy seems like a caring and conflicted person. i appreciate the study you put forth

  • @thepoormanspoet3312
    @thepoormanspoet3312 3 роки тому +10

    Hey man, I REALLY respect all the work and time and research you have to have put in on these Morbid Musicians videos. They're extremely well done and very entertaining. You've made this subgenre one of my favorites, which is an accomplishment seeing as how it's such a specific niche. Good on YOU, brother. 👏👏👏

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +4

      Thank you Dave I really appreciate it, I've loved making this series throughout the year and I'm excited to make more, it's definitely more creatively fulfilling than anything else I've made on UA-cam so comments like these really mean a lot!

    • @thepoormanspoet3312
      @thepoormanspoet3312 3 роки тому

      @@deburke321 Well I really mean it, lol... Keep up the great work! 🤘

    • @americanwomenstayawayfromm5420
      @americanwomenstayawayfromm5420 2 роки тому

      Morbid is the correct term

  • @johnperic3765
    @johnperic3765 3 роки тому +119

    I was told that he was shot by military police on the orders of the government. May he rest in peace.

    • @veronica6824
      @veronica6824 2 роки тому +2

      It's not surprising

    • @lisakuntzman7017
      @lisakuntzman7017 2 роки тому +1

      Probably Very true but incredibly heartbreaking 💔

    • @gorangajo8543
      @gorangajo8543 2 роки тому +4

      That one is just a myth, like the one that he died trying to fight a tank with a sword. There are three reasonable things that could have hapend:
      The first one is that he was shot and killed by the enemy.
      Second one that it was a accident, you see, Ivica has carried smg rifle named "Šokac" like many croatians in that period of the war due to lack of arms for defending the country. It was the cheap pourly manufactured copy of soviet ppsh. Due to lack of quality and speed of production it was known for malfunctioning and unreliable safety lock that sometimes worked and sometimes did not, you take that and the fact that he wasn't a trained soldier you could take in the consideration that he possibly shot himself.
      And the third thing that could have happend was that someone killed him as a vengeance for the man he have killed with a knife prior to the war. I would put a bet on the first or the second theory.
      And now, why that story is a myth and scifi is for a couple of reasons. He died in the middle of the war in 1992, when every soldier (the fact that they would allow a man that was hospitalized in the mental hospital fight) and every gun (just like Šokac) counted and it would continue being important to the end of war. People that opposed the goverment or the ruling party or president wasn't killed or arrested (and he didn't even opposed it). He wasn't involved in smuggling or any criminal activity. He didn't turn on his own army. I think that's enough proof

    • @nodidb3976
      @nodidb3976 2 роки тому +1

      Ne pricaj gluposti haha

    • @lcd284
      @lcd284 9 місяців тому +1

      ​@@gorangajo8543 "Čuljak died in 1992 while still a Croatian soldier during the War of Independence.The cause of his death is unknown. It is rumored that he died after slipping and accidentally discharging the gun he was carrying. This was confirmed by Vlado Čuljak, Čuljak's brother."

  • @ericalagrasta7657
    @ericalagrasta7657 2 роки тому +12

    As a big fan of GG Allin, you got me from the tag line here. What a fine job you’ve done summarizing this fascinating artist. Thank you so much!

    • @joaquinvaleri7022
      @joaquinvaleri7022 16 днів тому

      Hey you should not be a fan to gg allin ok? and his music suck bro

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      @Rebdomakr 21 годину тому


  • @bratban919
    @bratban919 3 роки тому +8

    Hey great video... I'm from Croatia, Koprivnica. I have never actually heard about Satan Panonski... But thank you for giving me more information about my country!

  • @davidd2662
    @davidd2662 3 роки тому +143

    I fuck with this. Can you just do a series about interesting / weird people. Idc if they're musicians. In just interested in weird people

    • @georgehays4908
      @georgehays4908 3 роки тому +2

      ....I'm weird !

    • @davidd2662
      @davidd2662 3 роки тому +7

      @@georgehays4908 how weird my nigga? What's the weirdest shit you do

    • @georgehays4908
      @georgehays4908 3 роки тому +1

      @@davidd2662 .......I know the answers to everything ! I'm in a small minority . We call it.......The Great Controversy .

    • @georgehays4908
      @georgehays4908 3 роки тому

      @@davidd2662 ........I go door to door , explaining the cosmic forces of good and evil . I also work with street level . 2 great players in The Great Controversy . It's the cosmic battle for all the chips .

    • @rickydo6572
      @rickydo6572 3 роки тому

      I browse the "Nightmare fuel" tag in Rule 34 because it's the only way for me to feel something nowdays.

  • @Sonmz
    @Sonmz 2 роки тому +3

    Wow, thnx! I was waiting for this video for years. Discovered his music 20 years ago or so.

  • @MrKrps
    @MrKrps 2 роки тому +7

    Satan Panonski is one of the greatest and one of the most underestimated artists from Croatia..
    Great video!!

  • @sinistar5005
    @sinistar5005 3 роки тому +2

    Dude i've been watching your videos for a while, but the true morbid musician direction of your new videos is amazing and probably the most intrigued I've been from your channel in a while. Keep it up! I would check out The Gerogerigegege, they sound like something up your alley.

  • @AlSpice
    @AlSpice Рік тому +1

    Wow! As soon as u described him as a Croatian GG Allin, I knew I had to keep watching. This is really interesting. I'll have to look into his music more, and see if I can find that doc

  • @ricktherrien8235
    @ricktherrien8235 2 роки тому +2

    Ya I would have loved to hear more about him but this was a great starting point to his legendary story and I am interested In learning more about the life and times of this curious enigma of a man.
    Thank you kindly for taking the time to try and help inform us about such a riveting story and unique character that was Satan.

  • @aisforapple2494
    @aisforapple2494 3 роки тому +14

    Interesting video!
    I've never heard of Satan Panonski before, but I am a GG Allin fan. I'll be looking into more of Satan's work.

    • @djeddjole
      @djeddjole 3 роки тому +9

      I dunno why but the last sentence is hilarious to me.

    • @onepunch9203
      @onepunch9203 3 роки тому +3

      Me too.
      Satan's work, after all, is all around us every day. 🥴

    • @djeddjole
      @djeddjole 3 роки тому +1

      @@onepunch9203 You must be a piece of his work then, cuz you're devilishly handsome. 😎👉👉

    • @rodneystanger1651
      @rodneystanger1651 2 роки тому +2

      I don't know that I'm a fan, but gg is interesting, that's for sure.

  • @Saffron-sugar
    @Saffron-sugar 2 роки тому +3

    Excellent work! Thanks for posting

  • @nomdeguerre13
    @nomdeguerre13 2 роки тому +8

    wow, this was fantastic and well done about a pretty incredible/thoughtful artist from a long time ago. Such great stuff from this era all things considered.

  • @electrosurgerynoiseunit3573
    @electrosurgerynoiseunit3573 3 роки тому +3

    Thanks so much for this. Found this by chance and love it!!

  • @tempseques
    @tempseques 2 роки тому +5

    this is great work man, and much needed.. i never heard about him before, to my shame. thank you, like 4 reals..~

  • @Mgla__
    @Mgla__ 3 роки тому +19

    everyone in these parts of the world, balkans, everyone who stepped into underground music at least, knows about satan panonski. he is most respected from black metal and extreme punk population here. he is still a very misterious even in countries where he was from, which adds to obscurity of it all.
    and his artistic live act can be compared to gg allin to some point, shock value at least. but not so much in other spheres. satan gave more creepy and eerie vibe, or the vibe that SDBM gives you. he was a punk but really philosophical, lonewolf and poetic kind of guy. if you think about it, pretty much a contrast to gg allin's character. also music and lyrics were pretty much different.
    panonska hrvatska (panon croatia) is a continental part of croatia. so name "panonski" in croatian is like an adjectiv, and the meaning of the name would be something like "satan from panon". but pronunciation is not classic "satan" like in english, its sa-tan, or like someone else in the comments said sah-tan.

    • @bleedingsun6271
      @bleedingsun6271 11 місяців тому

      Thank you so much for this ! I'm from Tunisia I would be really interested in discussing this !

  • @KattMurr
    @KattMurr 3 роки тому +3

    This video was fascinating! I love learning about obscure musicians!! Thank you for this....

  • @TheNutmeg666
    @TheNutmeg666 2 роки тому +1

    I want to know so much more now. Thank you for the video, Deburke!

  • @sylvie9478
    @sylvie9478 2 роки тому +4

    Such a fascinating personality, thanks for making this video!

  • @killtheZOG
    @killtheZOG 3 роки тому +62

    This guy actually seems like a smart guy, very interesting to listen too

  • @kapheen
    @kapheen Рік тому +1

    Really cool video. Funny that i randomly clicked this right after watching a GG doc on tubi of all places... my gf from Venezuela had no damn idea what wonderful horrors she was about to be exposed to!
    But this guys interesting, im compelled to dig into his art and recordings... maybe work some into my punk/goth remix projects.
    Subbed to see some more lesser known obscurities from ya!

  • @grutopsy
    @grutopsy 2 роки тому +9

    Holy fucking god, i never ever thought i was gonna see a Satan Panonski video, I spent my teenage years studying his music, I was the only one in ym circle of friends that liked it... Greetings from Croatia

  • @tompanoname3579
    @tompanoname3579 3 роки тому +7

    There's a book called "Prijatelj" ( "The Friend" )made for Zdenko Franjić label "Slušaj Najglasnije" which was essentially the label that carried out Satan Panonski, and many ex yugoslav bands that started from scratch and had music and music only. Of course, "Slušaj Najglasnije" is now no more, cos Zdenko was all about music and little about money. Still, it stays a cult label among afficcionados. Beside that, there is a documentary "Oči u Magli" that is tightly related with this topic.

  • @fogpumas
    @fogpumas 3 роки тому +2

    Thank you for this. I knew of him for years but could never recall the name or country he was from. There definitely is not enough documentation on him so this is awesome to see.

  • @fluro5200
    @fluro5200 2 роки тому +7

    izvrstno! great job! in the 80s, there was a great deal of fine art, especially in music all over the Yugoslavia. Better than ever!

  • @WorldsBetterWithoutMe
    @WorldsBetterWithoutMe 3 роки тому +33

    I love your documentarys. But must ask, why do you pronounce his stage name Satin, like the fabric rather than Satan (say-tin) like you know the devil?

    • @pidakin9012
      @pidakin9012 3 роки тому +6

      That's how his name is pronounced in Croatian

    • @jakeDS665Bitch_Respect
      @jakeDS665Bitch_Respect 3 роки тому +2

      I was wondering the same thing..lol

    • @WorldsBetterWithoutMe
      @WorldsBetterWithoutMe 3 роки тому +1

      @@pidakin9012 that would make sense, i thought maybe a monetisation issue.

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +16

      That’s mostly the way he pronounced it in the documentary and there’s actually a moment where it seems like someone on the radio says “your names Satan?” and he responds “No Satin, satin, you’re wrong” or something to that effect
      Although I could’ve misinterpreted that it’s hard to tell, either way the spellings obviously Satan so I think either one is alright to use

    • @TimDarlingboy
      @TimDarlingboy 3 роки тому +4

      @@pidakin9012 no, it's Sathan...

  • @marijazeljak
    @marijazeljak 3 роки тому +4

    Svaka cast na videu😊 i see you took geeat efford in the video ,nice one with good background👍

  • @Edgelordess
    @Edgelordess 2 роки тому +5

    I normally know about weird or disturbing musicians but this one isn't on my radar. Thanks for making this video and educating me.

    • @despacito2271
      @despacito2271 2 роки тому +2

      Then I guess you've heard of mac DeMarco he likes drum sticks if you know what I mean

  • @chi11y29
    @chi11y29 3 роки тому +4

    I love your videos!! Such an interesting documentary channel. Especially when it comes to music! Cause music is just my life and it is so cool to see the dark side of music, since I also love scary shit! So I was exited when you unloaded this! :)

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +2

      Thank you for watching I really appreciate it!

  • @waffensuperninja
    @waffensuperninja 3 роки тому +1

    Thank you for this content! Been missing you!

  • @mediocreguy-gp8er
    @mediocreguy-gp8er 3 роки тому +2

    been a subscriber for a half a decade now and i notice that some of your uploads aren't your usual genre but nevertheless interesting like this one. keep it up dude! 👍

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +2

      Thank you man I appreciate that a lot!

  • @georgemcmillan9172
    @georgemcmillan9172 3 роки тому +61

    There is a fine line between creativity and madness. Throughout history, many of the so called "masters of their art have also dealt with mental issues. Van Goh severed his ear, Einstien would not stop working to relieve himself, as he thought it was unecessary, he had 7 sets of the same clothing, so he would not be distracted to choose. Satan Panovski is a prime example of this condition. Incredible creativity, self pecieved and clinical madness. I wish there were more information about his life and art. It sounds as though were it not for his untimely death, he would have been a force to be reckoned with...

    • @owayeow5131
      @owayeow5131 11 місяців тому +3

      Men who incline towards creative endeavors score very high in neuroticism and very low in orderliness on average.

  • @daveroth9168
    @daveroth9168 2 роки тому +1

    ....my most sincere thanks for your effort in drawing some more of the world's attention (such as it is) to this artist, i for one may never had heard tell of him without your generosity with your time ...cheers...

  • @igorsvacic217
    @igorsvacic217 3 роки тому +8

    So, I went to voulonteer on some floods a couple years ago into the region where he was born and where he is burried. And, since I was there for 10 days or so, I went to find his grave, just as a hommage to my young days as a punk rocker. I was pretty surprised how much of a cult following he has. There were small items from ALL ARROUND Europe. And, he is burried in really small cemetery, it aint on coast or tourist areas of Croatia, it is really far from everything. Like 95% of ppl thatvisited his grave went there with that purpouse in mind, you can bet there wasnt a lot of ppl like me who were there and than visited the site on a side note.
    The very day I was there two guys from fucking Norway came to visit. A guy and his girlfriend actually.
    Left a small quote of his written on a candle, left thanks for his participation in our defending forces in war, thats it.
    About his tragic end. He was NOT killed by other soldier, nor croatian nor serbian side (both were circulated theories). He didnt commit suicide. It wasnt an accident.
    It was murder. Revenge for his actios on that Meri Cetinić concert (not his own, as stated in the clip).
    This is 100% valid, and 100% true. I can even give you a name of a killer, but I did promise I will never say it.
    Furthermore, there are footage of two more concerts (even three, cant be sure right now). There is a book also, titled "Čizme slobode" (the boots of freedom).
    the name of his band Pogreb X translates as "burrial X"
    -" My nationality is punk-rocker, my profession is a friend. I am Peter Pan, a Satan from panonian valley."
    vratit ćeš se Kečeru!

    • @ROSE6450
      @ROSE6450 3 роки тому

      Što je to bilo vezano za koncert meri cetinić?

    • @ROSE6450
      @ROSE6450 3 роки тому

      Nevermind,sad sam skužila 😊

    • @bluskalar2981
      @bluskalar2981 Рік тому

      where was he buried?

  • @nika-qf8cq
    @nika-qf8cq 3 роки тому +31

    as someone whos mixed slovenian/bosnian, the pronounciation of his real name and birth town is hilarious😂 but nonetheless its a rlly nice documentary :)

    • @peternagy-im4be
      @peternagy-im4be 2 роки тому

      Is there a big difference with Croatian/Serbian??

    • @reggiekrager5411
      @reggiekrager5411 2 роки тому +4

      @@peternagy-im4be Serbians, Croatians, Montenegrins and Bosniaks all speak the same language, called Serbo-Croatian, which was also the main official language of Yugoslavia. Except for a couple of regional words it's pretty much the same language in all three countries and they can all understand each other. Slovenian is a completely distinct language though, and people in North Macedonia speak a regional version of Bulgarian.

    • @user-xr9kj6by3u
      @user-xr9kj6by3u 2 роки тому +3

      @@peternagy-im4be i'm Serbian and what Reggie said is correct. people from Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia are all mutually intelligible, it's basically the same language (compare american, british and australian english basically). Macedonian, i need to really focus to understand it, but we can communicate if we speak slowly enough. Slovenian is very different and i can barely understand it (which is a shame as i think it's a beautiful language)

  • @pettyfleur7489
    @pettyfleur7489 3 роки тому +1

    Amazing vid 👍keep up the good work...looking forward to more such videos

  • @heidicarpenter1438
    @heidicarpenter1438 2 роки тому +2

    I'm so impressed with ur videos ur so different musician will killer mixes idk but it's def different and I hope u continue to kick it with us but please stay exactly like u r!!!

  • @badgirlsar1097
    @badgirlsar1097 2 роки тому +4

    I love how he says 'I could never hurt an animal'. Like a lot of people think like that, fuck hurting an innocent animal but a fucking human being that has enough brain cells to not be an asshole can catch these hands for real.

  • @GyntherMeyer
    @GyntherMeyer 2 роки тому +1

    Thanks for the upload. This was a totally interesting video. I've never even heard of Satan Panonski.

  • @KrunoJanes
    @KrunoJanes 3 роки тому +126

    His name should be pronounced kinda like Ivitza Chulyak.

    • @Akislav1990
      @Akislav1990 3 роки тому +17

      This comment is relevant, and needs more upvotes

    • @milanmiljus823
      @milanmiljus823 3 роки тому +2

      yes, I get how he got "call-jack" but it doesn't sound remotely like the real thing, which is something like "choo-yak"

    • @domagojvrsaljko6161
      @domagojvrsaljko6161 3 роки тому +8

      Eeveetza Choolyak

    • @Akislav1990
      @Akislav1990 3 роки тому +2

      @@domagojvrsaljko6161 yes, Eveetza/Eveetsa is spot on. But I would go with Choo-yak instead, since the L is so silent. It would be pronounced by an american as Čul jak, and not Čuljak.

    • @vedranb87
      @vedranb87 3 роки тому +3

      @@Akislav1990 "LJ" is similar to "LL" in "Mallorca", and yes, Brits and Americans pronounce it "Mah-yaw-kah" or "Mai-or-kah" respectively", so I guess Choo-yak could be the way to go.

  • @coreywittenborn5162
    @coreywittenborn5162 2 роки тому +9

    He seems nothing like GG Alan really, more like an individual struggling with existential strife and a passion for art!

  • @lukalegcevic5300
    @lukalegcevic5300 3 роки тому +21

    Interesting. I was a part of Zagreb's punk scene in early 2000's and back then the most commonly believed theory about his death was that he was shot by MP's when they tried to arrest him for human rights violations. Allegedly, he was torturing POW's but cutting him self in front of them saying "If I can do this to myself imagine what I can do to you".

    • @gipsybulldog3286
      @gipsybulldog3286 2 роки тому +1

      There's even stories that he cutted POWs ears and made necklace out of them.

  • @Dekks123
    @Dekks123 3 роки тому +18

    Your journalism is getting really good. Do you have any sort of blog or site where you do writing?

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +7

      Thank you! I don’t have a blog or anything at the moment but I am going to continue to write these episodes on this channel 😊

  • @sobdummie7118
    @sobdummie7118 2 роки тому +6

    so glad to hear someone cover this outside of the balkans :)

  • @Teupluohoney
    @Teupluohoney 2 роки тому +2

    What a wonderful and informative piece so much more I’d like to know about him!!!🤔

  • @deadhumanisalive
    @deadhumanisalive 3 роки тому +54

    Take my like and comment for the algorithm, will watch the video later ^^

  • @thetruemusichead
    @thetruemusichead 3 роки тому +4

    Wow, very interesting artist. This video was a perfect introduction, thanks so much

  • @moltar706
    @moltar706 3 роки тому +45

    Really interesting stuff, and a great video, punk from the ex-soviet union is so interesting because it kind of developed as it's own thing even when trying to copy the famous UK stuff, it's got it's own kind of off-brand style to it, which is the best way i can think of to call it lol. Also i imagine it would probably be easier to find stuff on this guy if you weren't from the English speaking side of the internet.

    • @mariozilic3250
      @mariozilic3250 3 роки тому +20

      You mean Ex Yugoslawia, not Soviet Union, Yugoslawia was never in Soviet Union.

    • @moltar706
      @moltar706 3 роки тому +3

      @@mariozilic3250 yes you're right but i also mean the countries behind the Iron Curtain as well

    • @keca.4324
      @keca.4324 3 роки тому +13

      @@moltar706 Yugoslavia wasn't behind the iron curtain. Tito was smart man. He sad no to Stalin in 1948. when Stalin wanted to make a Yugoslavia what he did with eastern block. Look him up, Tito was an interesting man. Communism in Yugoslavia was a little.. let's say looser then in Eastern block, but still communism. Merry X-mass

    • @zaidanp7258
      @zaidanp7258 3 роки тому

      @@keca.4324 *post communism maybe he meant to say that

    • @blebleh666
      @blebleh666 3 роки тому +1

      Try polish band Siekiera. Tracks like "siekiera" or "zaden marny cel".
      Sick shit.

  • @amandaphillips4344
    @amandaphillips4344 3 роки тому

    I didnt realize I had u on personal noti n not all so I fixed that issue n started watching thos n cant even read the comments while watching cuz I never heard of this cat n this is fascinating edit: okay now that was some next level I wasnt expecting. The show Dexter n Satan's beliefs r something I believe we all can relate w.thanks for this one😎👏👏

  • @leftlegcemetery
    @leftlegcemetery 3 роки тому +14

    "I think a simple tree is more valuable than this man" 👌

  • @jhall1980
    @jhall1980 11 місяців тому

    Love your videos. Have you ever thought about doing a video on Hank 3?

  • @firesupportproduct
    @firesupportproduct 3 роки тому

    I had to watch this video twice to get to grips with it! Solid work man

  • @eddiecassidy7802
    @eddiecassidy7802 3 роки тому +5

    Excellent, intriguing video, thank you so much

  • @Ford57483
    @Ford57483 2 роки тому +41

    As a Croat I want to try to tell you how to pronounce some words, even though our language is very difficult for foreigners. His name should be read as Eevitsa Tschoolyak, and his hometown is called Vinkovci, pronounced as Vinkovtsy. At the beginning of his career he was known as Kečer (pronounced as Ketscher), which is Croatian word for wrestler. His first band was called Pogreb X, and pogreb means funeral in Croatian. Satan Panonski means The Satan of Pannonia, and Pannonia is the old name for Slavonia, the part of Croatia where he came from. He was clearly mentally ill, but he managed to turn that into a sort of creativity. And his death is mysterious, there is even a theory that he was killed by his colleagues because they were afraid of him. Also, his nationalistic attitudes were probably just a gimmick, something he was using to shock people. He is nowadays considered a punk icon and a very influential Croatian musician. And there is another cult musician that comes from Vinkovci, his name is Goran Bare. Beside some great songs he made with his band Majke (Mayke, meaning The Mothers), he is infamous for being the most well known heroin user in Croatia. Us Croats like to make fun of his drunken and drugged up public performances, but he is nevertheless one of the most respected rock musicians in our country.

    • @djuraster
      @djuraster 7 місяців тому

      who cares about pronaunciation, get a life dude

  • @variusnidor6698
    @variusnidor6698 2 роки тому +1

    Odlično, good work 👍💪

  • @danielsan3681
    @danielsan3681 2 роки тому +1

    Thank you for sharing this with us. 👍
    I just subscribed.

  • @LovroLovesRock
    @LovroLovesRock 2 роки тому +3

    A Croatian viewer here! :)
    Even though I was never really into Croatian old school punk, I've heard stories from the guys from Vinkovci (Satan's birthplace) that GG Allin and Satan Panonski were actually talking to each other somehow. I don't know how, why and when, but it seems quite "fictional" to me. It might be possible tho...

  • @Monnea100
    @Monnea100 3 роки тому

    Gret video, this is the first time ive seen someone talk about him outside of croatia

  • @PokojniToza1804
    @PokojniToza1804 2 роки тому +4

    There is an urban legend about him during the war. Is it true or not I do not know.
    It goes that one day in the trenches he suddenly stood up and started walking towards the Serbian lines. His comrades started shouting at him and asking where was he going and he said that he was going over to Serbs to buy some rakija (Balkan home made booze) because the one they have is probably better than the crap Croats currently had. He walked over there, no one shot at him and after about half an hour came back with a canister of booze completely unharmed. When asked what happened there he replied "nothing, I asked to buy some rakija and they had some to sell". By the urban legend it happened about a month before his death.

  • @Malabus73
    @Malabus73 2 роки тому +2

    Great stuff, difficult in researching, but entertaining and interesting video

  • @racheltheehermit7314
    @racheltheehermit7314 3 роки тому +156

    You had me at “The Croatian GG Allin.” Yikes.

    • @BubblingSyphilisSund
      @BubblingSyphilisSund 3 роки тому +12

      The flailing on the ground, the self harm, and being a fringe punk artist is really the only similarities, though.

    • @romandoo
      @romandoo 3 роки тому +15

      @@BubblingSyphilisSund Exactly. GG was just a nut. He wanted to always look deeper than he actually was. Disgusting junkie.

    • @racheltheehermit7314
      @racheltheehermit7314 3 роки тому +2

      @Regal Octopus Google is your friend, or in this case, your enemy.

    • @londoncalling1757
      @londoncalling1757 2 роки тому +8

      I know GG was in alot of trouble for having a shit on stage , at an exclusive venue, and had to go to court, he got off with it ..he pleaded insanitary.

    • @racheltheehermit7314
      @racheltheehermit7314 2 роки тому +4

      @@londoncalling1757 Thank you. I kind of needed that.

  • @meganlettiere4386
    @meganlettiere4386 3 роки тому +3

    you should cover Wesley Willis, talk about underrated and talented. love your content.

    • @rerunson740
      @rerunson740 3 роки тому +1

      Rock n roll McDonald's, I whooped batman's ass... and a bunch more. Underrated for sure.

  • @mikeyfn-a6684
    @mikeyfn-a6684 3 роки тому +6

    Makes me wonder what amount of influence/inspiration he played on the life/work of Diamanda Galas. A close, personal favorite of my soulmate.

    • @bibibratx
      @bibibratx 2 роки тому

      So true, he really reminded me of her on his performances.

  • @strivingx67
    @strivingx67 3 роки тому +2

    Really interesting episode. Never heard of him. I'm amazed how you find this type of stuff man. Keep it up.

  • @Luv90716
    @Luv90716 3 роки тому +5

    May you never delete this because this is the most information I ever found on him

  • @jacobdavis5518
    @jacobdavis5518 3 роки тому +2

    You sure did go in complete depth. Respect.
    -Jacob Davis

  • @igorb.kastelfranko9783
    @igorb.kastelfranko9783 2 роки тому +3

    Goran Bare also from a well known band "Majke", (famous Croatian rock singer) played bass guitar back in the days with Satan. Here is a recent interview made with him, where he speaks about Satan. Unfortunatly, croatian only.

  • @Jugoplastika
    @Jugoplastika 11 місяців тому

    anyone know what happend to web page-blog about satan i read it like 12 years ago now i can find that page anymore there was lots of his poetry written on that page

  • @o.k.o.project
    @o.k.o.project Рік тому +6

    Here's the translated topic on russian:
    Welcome! Ivitsa Chul'ak - a punk by nationality, a friend by profession, mentally injured, humanist, Slavic G.G.Allin, a twisted freak, a vivid masochist, a poet, a singer, a paint artist, a maniac depressed patient, a patriot, an idol for 3.5 anonymous, and simply a good man.
    P. S. Dig for his songs, photos, videos and bring it HERE!

  • @paulkasden9758
    @paulkasden9758 3 роки тому +1

    Very very interesting video. Good job on this one!

  • @svjetlanaravlic7713
    @svjetlanaravlic7713 3 роки тому +21

    As a Croatian I find this very interesting, good job

    • @hamzatufek534
      @hamzatufek534 3 роки тому +3

      Jest mi drago haha nek neko zna I za nas sa Balkana

    • @lcd284
      @lcd284 9 місяців тому

      ​@@hamzatufek534 znaju svi, ne boj se.

  • @EwilAlien
    @EwilAlien 3 роки тому +1

    Another awesome upload. Keep it up and you will get the subs and views you deserve

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +2

      Thank you I appreciate that!

  • @Raeonneptune
    @Raeonneptune 3 роки тому +2

    I'm loving these subjects. The GG Allin one was so interesting and this was next up on my watch next list lol

  • @Serpenthia666
    @Serpenthia666 2 роки тому +1

    If you wanna know more and need a translator who speaks Croatian, I would love to help! Btw great video!