Chuck Berry Reviews Classic Punk Records In Unearthed Jet Lag Zine From 1980

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Eerie Mcdowell
Eerie Mcdowell

Sean Chuck plays down the street from my new place a few times a year at blueberryhill... you'll have to visit we'll check him out

blakehavard
blakehavard

Come on..we are talking about Chuck Berry...the original. He can say whatever he wants. He invented punk rock and did a much better job than anyone has since.

Ask the Beatles..or the Stones.

blakehavard
blakehavard

Come on..we are talking about Chuck Berry...the original. He can say whatever he wants. He invented punk rock and did a much better job than anyone since.

Ask the Beatles..or the Stones.

blakehavard
blakehavard

Come on..we are talking about Chuck Berry...the original. He can say whatever he wants. He invented punk rock and did a much better job than anyone since.


blakehavard
blakehavard

Come on..we are talking about Chuck Berry...the original. He can say whatever he wants. He invented punk rock and did a much better job than anyone since.


diggly_doogler
diggly_doogler

There's not nearly enough about kidnapping and raping pre-teens or taking pictures of the female patrons of his restaurant having a good shit in these songs to interest Chuck Berry.

richard
richard

I miss good old Jet Lag, still have old copies in a box somewhere. There'd be no point in resurrecting it, just wouldn't be the same.

what other publication ever had masthead titles like "Pete Shelley Editor" (Bob C.) or "Lou Reed Correspondent" (Duwan D.)?

Neil Aimaro
Neil Aimaro

As A Punk Rocker I Have Four Words For Mr. Up Chuck. Fuck Off And Die.

Neil Aimaro
Neil Aimaro

In December 1959 Berry invited a fourteen-year-old Apache waitress Janice Escalanti to work as a hatcheck girl at his nightclub. Crossing the border he was soon arrested on a prostitution charge and received three years at the Indiana Federal Prison. When interviewed years later he said: “She was anything but innocent.”

Neil Aimaro
Neil Aimaro

Chuck Berry once opened a restaurant called The Southern Air in Missouri. According to a former waitress, Berry wired the women’s toilets with a video camera and recorded some two hundred unsuspecting patrons using it. Charges were dropped Because Berry bought his way out of trouble.

Devin C. Baker
Devin C. Baker

I'll go out on a limb and guess this is the only time Muddy Waters and BB King were ever referenced as touchstones for Wire and Joy Division

montemelnick
montemelnick

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