Yes, it's a remake of the classic Victor Lundberg Libertarian rap from the 1960s (as heard on Ken's classic comp The Happy Listener's Guide To Mind Control) by somebodies or somethings calling themselves Griffen's Paraders featuring Arthur Sterling. Sadly, the rest of the album is merely a selection of public domain patriotic tunes; there are no other speech-song remakes. You don't get, say, a retelling of Jarrel McCracken's "Game of Life", Byron MacGregor's "Americans" or even a remake of a beloved Jack Van Impe sermon. But it was worth getting just to prove to you, the WFMU listener, that someone actually thought it was a good idea to do a remake of "An Open Letter To My Teenage Son". I can only hope that the 9/11 remix is in the works.