Jeffery X Martin explains why Defenestration’s 1987 release, ‘Dali Does Windows,’ is “perfect” in this edition of BBP!’s Album of the Week.
Jeffery X Martin lives in Knoxville, TN, with his wife, Hannah. He is the managing editor of pop culture website, Biff Bam Pop! and host of Songs in the Key of X, the tiniest radio show on the internet. A folk horror writer, Martin is the author of seven books, His latest, 'The Flock,' is available through Amazon. In his spare time, he enjoys watching professional wrestling, Italian horror movies, and espousing the glories of terrible music from the 1970s.
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