Slathered in distortion, Protest: One-Man-Jam features lo-fi electric songs about mass marketing, consumer economy, toxic waste, and alienable rights. Alongside a few jangly originals, Christopher serves up a cardboard-box beat for a version of Public Enemy's classic -- though incredibly vague -- "Fight the Power," rewriting the verses in busking-hippie voice. The sentiment's admirable, but the clunky disc won't send angry mobs to the streets. Even if the weather's nice.
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