The Guardian featured essays by UK punks who made the scene when it first emerged in the late 1970s. Above, Terry Chimes, 59, original drummer for The Clash, now a chiropractor.
"I just wanted to be in a band, and this was the most exciting band I could find," he writes. "Everyone else in The Clash was angry at the world and the establishment. I wasn't. That's why I left, actually. I felt like the odd one out.
Below, Jordan, 60, Sex Pistols stylist, Adam and the Ants, manager, now a nurse.
"A lot of the major music moguls were extremely sexist," she writes. "An A&R guy once said to my face, 'This is not a woman's job. You should be cooking and laying on your back.' I didn't want to be there any more, so I came home to Seaford."
"Never mind the bus pass: punks look back at their wildest days" (The Guardian)