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Within a month, Roy banged out Hick Hop Truck Thump complete with 15 tracks and a trailer park full of guest artists.
Llodra's career record against left-handers on all surfaces faster than clay is a respectable 24 wins from 38 matches (63 per cent strike-rate), while he thumped Koubek 6-4 6-0 in the first round of the Miami Masters in March.
THUMP WINNING SMILE: Alex Salmond early today SPECIAL: Later edition
He described being on the bike when he heard a conversation, but not "raised voices or shouting" before hearing a "little thump sound".
Elsewhere, Kenny McLean bagged a hat trick as Beith came from behind to thump Newtongrange 6-2.
"The first time he stopped breathing it took just one thump to bring him round.
She and the kids were home alone when she heard a weird 'thump, thump, thump' from downstairs.
Today feisty Fred said next time he'd thump his attackers over the head with his stick.
He said yesterday: "We could hear more accidents going thump, thump, thump.
The pounds 300 shades, called Thump, will come in seven colours when they are released in December and should hold up to 120 songs.
Old soldier Percy Sugden is ready to go into battle because the constant thump, thump, thump of the Battersby birds' ghetto-blaster is destroying his beauty sleep.
AN OAP who was punched to the ground and run over by his own car yesterday said he would "thump" the thief if he tried it again.