Ignore the piece of shit article listed towards the bottom of the cover. Kix? Greatest guitar band of the 80s? Isn't Kix a cereal? And the greatest guitar band of the 80s was The Smiths.
Anyways, Jerry Nolan always talked through his drumming. As he grew older, he preferred to sit quietly in a corner and stay away from all the backstage bullshit. Finally, this long-form article/interview gives us a clear picture of the life and times of Jerry Nolan, in his own words.
The world of Rock & Roll is more concerned with the decadent "look at me" world of talentless drummer pricks like that dude from Blink-227 or Tommy Lee than with a legendary talent who paved the road for the pricks who might walk on it.
All Jerry wanted to be was the Gene Krupa of his day. He felt he accomplished his goal, and I fully concur.