No it isn't. I don't think the production values or the song writing is up to the same standard. I think Peggy Suicide is a stone cold classic album, and nothing I've heard on Psychedelic Revolution hits the heights of say, SafeSurfer.
Mind you, what would be the point of doing another Peggy Suicide? It's been 22 years since that album was released. Inevitably, Cope has moved on. This is more rustic. It feels like quite a natural progression from Black Sheep, particularly the first disk. It does retain the same political stance you'd find in songs from Peggy Suicide like Soldier Blue.
I don't really want another Peggy, or Jehovah. Already ave them!
Nah, what I mean is the quality - as you say- the production, song writing, singing just isn't there with this one.
There are a few good tracks, but I'm not tempted to buy anything else.
Also, I think you have highlighted a problem. It does contain the same political stance as Peggy. Just told in a less interesting way. He has nothing new to say, and no good way of saying it.
This is probably over harsh. Guess I'm just disappointed in it.