The DIY spirit served as the guiding spirit of punk. From Bernard Sumner’s take on his first encounter with Johnny Rotten’s singing (“He was terrible. And I wanted to be terrible, too”), to Mark Perry’s efforts to capture in language his devotion to Joey Ramone (the result: the fanzine Sniffin’ Glue), punk represented a world rife with amateurish enthusiasm, and it was a good world indeed. That world gave rise to Jet Lag!, which between 1980 and 1991 published 93 issues. A first-volume issue included this great piece, in which Chuck Berry weighs in on the connections between the new thing and rocknroll music of yesteryear.