|Thought Balloon Mushroom Cloud|
|Studio album by|
|Released||November 24, 2009|
|Producer||?uestlove, James Poyser, MF Doom, Memory Man, Casual-T, Jean-Michel Bernard, Prince Paul, DJ Pocket, Phofo, Michel Gondry, Mofo Snot, Max Anomalous, MC Paul Barman, The JBeez|
|MC Paul Barman chronology|
|Washington City Paper||favorable|
Thought Balloon Mushroom Cloud is the second studio album by American hip hop musician MC Paul Barman.It was released in 2009.
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|1.||"Props"||?uestlove, James Poyser||3:20|
|2.||"Go Sane"||MF Doom||2:24|
|3.||"Hairy Moth Owl"||Memory Man||3:25|
|4.||"The Moon" (featuring Masta Ace, Del the Funky Homosapien, and C-Rayz Walz)||Memory Man||4:56|
|5.||"Owl Pellets"||Memory Man||2:00|
|7.||"Losing a Puppy" (featuring Kimiko Ono-Bernard)||Jean-Michel Bernard||1:52|
|8.||"Get Along Song"||Prince Paul||2:59|
|9.||"Lidgeon"||DJ Pocket, Phofo, Michel Gondry||3:09|
|10.||"Back on a White Horse"||Memory Man||2:14|
|11.||"Science" (featuring The Old Codger)||Memory Man||2:25|
|12.||"Hot Guacamole" (featuring MF Doom)||Prince Paul||1:44|
|14.||"Sampling Law"||Mofo Snot||1:47|
|16.||"Circumcision" (featuring Warm DJ Orange Alert)||Memory Man||4:01|
|17.||"A.I.D.S." (featuring Dr. Joyce Wallace)||Memory Man, Max Anomalous||2:40|
|18.||"Get Help"||MC Paul Barman, The JBeez||1:51|
|19.||"Drug Casual-T"||Memory Man||3:12|
|20.||"Ask Your Mama"||Casual-T||3:53|
|22.||"It Can All Be Taken Away"||Michel Gondry||3:32|
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