When news filtered through the media that Stuart Cable, the drummer with a larger than life personality - and an even larger head of curly hair - had been unceremoniously sacked from one of the biggest rock bands in the UK by his best mates, the music world was stunned. Stuart Cable has been a fun-loving rocker since he was a young lad, and growing up in the same small and isolated village in the south of Wales as his Stereophonics bandmates, Kelly and Richard, it was never going to be long before he began jamming for real. By his early twenties they were performing in local working men's clubs and by the mid-1990s they were signed up by Richard Branson to his new record label V2. The rest, as they say, is history, and in this laugh-out-loud autobiography Stuart spills the truth on the unbelievable journey he had with one of the greatest British rock bands of all times. He reveals the truth about his turbulent lifestyle at the peak of his fame and talks candidly about many temptations he has had along the way. Mixing with celebrities such as the Rolling Stones, U2, Oasis and Tom Jones, Stereophonics reached the heights most bands only dream of. But life hasn't all been a party for Stuart and here, for the first time, he addresses the dark and difficult times he experienced after his career as a drummer with Stereophonics was brought to a sudden end. His life was turned upside down the day he got that call from Kelly, but determined to succeed he got his life back on track and went back to his musical roots. Now he is launching his quest for superstardom once again, drumming for another band, Killing for Company, and hosting his own chat shows on the radio.