Dandelion Gum is the third album by Pennsylvania based experimental band Black Moth Super Rainbow, released on CD on May 22, 2007. A 2xLP edition was released on March 15, 2008; the first 1000 copies sold included double gatefold packaging, pink vinyl with gold splashes, and a bubblegum scratch-and-sniff cover, the first 500 of which were hand-numbered. In March, 2011 a deluxe re-issue with 14 "extra flavor" tracks was announced.
In 2006, an EP called Lost, Picking Flowers in the Woods was released containing the song of the same name, as well as other songs that later appeared on Dandelion Gum. "Sun Lips" is the first track by Black Moth Super Rainbow to be accompanied by an official music video. In mid-2008, it was announced (via an update to the band's official website) that Tobacco would be releasing an album called Super Gum (Destroying Dandelion Gum), rumored to be a remix album. The cover for this album is a crop from a Garbage Pail Kids trading card, Stinker Belle, as found by Tom (aka Rokto) via tumblr.
On the vinyl LP, Side A has a bonus track, "The Dark Forest Joggers" - 1:32; This track later reappeared on an MP3 download on BMSR's Myspace called Bonus Drippers (The Older Unreleased & Hard-To-Find Songs).
"Forever Heavy" was later remixed by Odd Nosdam, the first BMSR track to be remixed and released officially.
"We Are the Pagans" was originally going to be on Dandelion Gum, but later featured on the Drippers - EP.
Track 16 ends at 2:45, followed by silence until Track 17 begins (Hidden Track, titled "Dudes, Don't Stop Singing" on Extra Flavor (Dandelion Gum-Era Sessions)).
The order of the tracks on the vinyl release is different from the CD.