- "Atom Heart Mother" (23:44)
- "Father's Shout" (2:50)
- "Breast Milky" (2:33)
- "Mother Fore" (4:50)
- "Funky Dung" (5:15)
- "Mind Your Throats Please" (2:28)
- "Remergence" (5:48)
- "If" (4:31)
- "Summer '68" (5:29)
- "Fat Old Sun" (5:22)
- "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast" (13:00?)note
- "Rise and Shine"
- "Sunny Side Up"
- "Morning Glory"
- David Gilmour - lead vocals, guitar, bass, drums, percussion
- Nick Mason - drums, percussion, tape effects
- Roger Waters - lead vocals, bass, guitar, tape effects
- Richard Wright - lead vocals, keyboard, organ, mellotron, piano
Atom Trope Mother:
- Bookends: While the album itself lacks them, "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast" begins and ends with a drip tap.
- Epic Rocking: The Title Track (23:44) and "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast". (13:00)
- Everything's Better with Cows: The Hipgnosis cover of this album.
- Instrumental: "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast", "Atom Heart Mother".
- Granola Girl: In "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast", Alan jokes about the macrobiotic food popular among hippies in Los Angeles at the time.
- Intercourse with You: "Summer '68".From your bed I gained a day and lost a bloody year
- Line-of-Sight Name: How the album and the suite got its title. Nick Mason spotted a newspaper headline about a pregnant woman who had been fitted with an atomic-powered pacemaker.
- Non-Appearing Title: The album title doesn't appear in any of the lyrics.
- Ominous Latin Chanting: At around 13 minutes into the title track.
- Once an Episode: "If", "Summer '68", "Fat Old Sun".
- One-Word Title: "If".
- Psychedelic Rock: "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast".
- Sampling: The gunnery and motorbike sounds on the album.
- Scatting: The "Funky Dung" section in "Atom Heart Mother".
- Shaped Like Itself: During the "Atom Heart Mother" sound collage, a loud announcement declaring "This is a loud announcement!" can be heard.
- Spoken Word in Music: "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast".
- Take That: Roger Waters said that the album cover was meant as a Take That! against the Space Rock image they'd been associated with, and a desire to move beyond the psychedelic hippie culture of the period.
- Train Song: "If"If I were a train, I'd be late again
- Weird Moon: "If"If I were the moon, I'd be cool