Reality...What a Concept - Robin Williams

Reality...What a Concept

Robin Williams

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 1979-01-01
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 1979 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Nicky Lenin Robin Williams 8:06 USD 1.29
Pop Goes the Weasel Robin Williams 4:05 USD 1.29
Kindergarten of the Stars Robin Williams 1:43 USD 1.29
A Touch of Fairfax Robin Williams 1:04 USD 1.29
Reverend Earnest Angry Robin Williams 7:44 USD 1.29
Shakespeare (A Meltdowner's Ni Robin Williams 10:55 USD Album Only
Tank You, Boyce Robin Williams 0:22 USD 1.29
Roots People Robin Williams 1:50 USD 1.29
Hollywood Casting Session Robin Williams 1:44 USD 1.29
Come Inside My Mind Robin Williams 2:25 USD 1.29
Grandpa Funk Robin Williams 4:22 USD 1.29


  • An idiot

    By lskdjflskjdflksjdflskdjf
    I D I O T
  • Good enough

    By worst music
    This is fair
  • Reality...What a Concept

    By PatriotADA
    I love listening to this when it came out all those years ago. The great part is, it's still funny today. I will always miss his genius.
  • faster than a blink

    By stache1
    I bought this album when it first came out. I have a LOT of music but only 3 or 4 comedy albums. This is my favorite . Robin's delivery and stream of thought are so fast you have to listen to this album many times over to get it all...and I have. Much of the topics are of the era so 3 Mile Island may have no meaning to some but to have it set to Shakespeare is beyond brilliant. Granted, his coke consumption fuels the pace of his material but it's a straight line (no pun intended) from his brain to his mouth. This is post Mork Robin and what he enjoyed and did best. I've seen Robin twice in concert, it was a side spliting honor and a memory I'll always have.
  • Wow

    By Randumgirl
    U guys r so dumb none of these 5 stars were before his death u need to stop ignoring people until something tragic happens to them. Funny how you're dead how people start listening.

    By slappywag64
    Being of that 70's generation I was a devoted fan of Mork and Mindy but when this album was initially released (the vinyl copy which I still own) it was a comedy revelation. In later years I would find his improv increasingly annoying but here it was focused and hysterical and these little moments of off the cuff remarks would just blindside you but never lost sight of the piece he was doing. I don't know what sort of crazy motor drove that man but seemed to simultaneously illuminate and consume. This should be regarded as a comedy classic and a testament to the wonderfully warped imagination of the late great Robin Williams. His passing is still a source of sadness.
  • Old School

    By granolachick
    I used to sneak into my parents room and take out this record when I was a teenager, I just loved it so much. Still do.
  • Thank you iTunes

    By FMAV01
    .... For deciding to release this following Robin's death. A fitting tribute to a man we all dearly miss.
  • The Greatest

    By decemberman
    I bought this on vinyl not long after it was released. Somewhere along the line in my many moves I lost it. At the time, it was my initiation the REAL comedy genius of Robin Williams. It was like nothing I had heard before. It's probably my favorite comedy album of all time. I'm so glad I was able to find it in iTunes. It still makes me laugh to the point of crying.
  • best robin williams album

    By dougdr
    I use to have this album on 8 track.this brings back some memories!

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