This list contains the names of albums that contain a hidden track and also information on how to find them. Not all printings of an album contain the same track arrangements, so some copies of a particular album may not have the hidden track(s) listed below. Some of these tracks may be hidden in the pregap, and some hidden simply as a track following the listed tracks. The list is ordered by artist name using the surname where appropriate.
Eddie Vedder, Into the Wild: After the final track (Guaranteed) there are a couple minutes of silence before Eddie Vedder plays through the song again, but hums the vocals in place of the actual lyrics.
Eels, Daisies of the Galaxy: "Mr E's Beautiful Blues" at the end of the album. Although not on the track-listing, later versions of the album featured a sticker advertising it as a 'bonus track'.
Enter Shikari, The Zone: Two Tracks, "Return To Energizer" and "Keep It on Ice," come after about ten seconds of silence on the last song.
Enya, Shepherd Moons: A sample of "Marble Halls" can be heard in the opening seconds of "Evacuee"
Willy Epson, The Hektapes: The final track, "Cold as Mics," contains a brief reprise lasting about ten seconds after a gap of 1:11, followed by a short pause of about two seconds and a further reprise lasting about two seconds, then finally cuts out.
Evinrudes: The Evinrudes: The band's self-titled album contains a hidden track at the end of the final song, "Indians on the Moon." The song ends at 5:35 and then there is 4 minutes of silence when the song picks back up again at approximately 9:35 as an acoustic version of the same song. The song ends at 14:57.
eXterio: Le Délire du Savant Fou: "Berger Allemand" (German Shepherd Dog) at the end of the album* Extreme, Waiting for the Punchline: On some early presses of the album there were only 11 tracks with "Fair Weather Faith" omitted entirely and the title track beginning at the 5:30-point of track 11.