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Weapons Of Self Destruction by Robin Williams

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Weapons Of Self Destruction

by Robin Williams

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The veteran actor/comic's sixth full-length, Weapons of Self Destruction, may come as a surprise to folks who wrote Williams off after Patch Adams. Instead of the stream-of-consciousness gibberish he fostered in the '90s, he powers down just enough, making fewer yet funnier jokes. Granted, when he gets rolling, Williams still fires off an inhuman amount of gags, but as "Fires, Weed and the Weather" and "Bush, Cheney and the Obamas" illustrate, he's back to the hilarious sarcasm of early records Reality ... What A Concept and Throbbing Python of Love.

About This Album

The veteran actor/comic's sixth full-length, Weapons of Self Destruction, may come as a surprise to folks who wrote Williams off after Patch Adams. Instead of the stream-of-consciousness gibberish he fostered in the '90s, he powers down just enough, making fewer yet funnier jokes. Granted, when he gets rolling, Williams still fires off an inhuman amount of gags, but as "Fires, Weed and the Weather" and "Bush, Cheney and the Obamas" illustrate, he's back to the hilarious sarcasm of early records Reality ... What A Concept and Throbbing Python of Love.

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About This Album

The veteran actor/comic's sixth full-length, Weapons of Self Destruction, may come as a surprise to folks who wrote Williams off after Patch Adams. Instead of the stream-of-consciousness gibberish he fostered in the '90s, he powers down just enough, making fewer yet funnier jokes. Granted, when he gets rolling, Williams still fires off an inhuman amount of gags, but as "Fires, Weed and the Weather" and "Bush, Cheney and the Obamas" illustrate, he's back to the hilarious sarcasm of early records Reality ... What A Concept and Throbbing Python of Love.