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.
Lacrimosa: Echos: "Durch Nacht und Flut" appears again after "Die Shreie sind verstummt," this time with the final refrain sung in Spanish. There is a long silence in between.
Laika, Sounds of the Satellites: Final track number 12 "Dirty Feet & Giggles" runs for 3.25 minutes, after which a gap of 15 minutes' silence elapses before, at 18.24, an untitled track appears: an old crackly vintage radio broadcast about the eponymous dog Laika on board the Russian orbiting satellite Sputnik 2. This continues up to 21.47 after which the track ends.
Laïs: Dorothea, after "De Wanhoop" there is a hidden track with come studio chat and outtakes from recording sessions. Only on 1st press, on later presses "De Wanhoop" is not the last track and doesn't feature the hidden track.
Lamb, Lamb: A remix by Fila Brazillia of Cotton Wool is hidden after a length of silence at the end of the final track, Feela.
Lambretta: Breakfast: After the last track "And all the roses" the following occurs: 31s of silence, the doadoa-intro from the first track "Hello," 19s of metronome-ticking.
Langford, Jon & Skull Orchard: Skull Orchard CD after the final track, includes a special message from one of Jon's friends in Newport, in Wales, which is recited over an instrumental snippet from the album's first track, "Tubby Brothers."
Avril Lavigne, Goodbye Lullaby: An extended version of "Alice," a song Lavigne recorded for Tim Burton's 2010 film Alice in Wonderland, appears as a hidden track on the album. Even though the song appears on the track list on the back of the album, it is listed as a "hidden track." Digital versions of the album have a minute of silence after the previous track "Goodbye" before "Alice" starts.
Jump Swing From Hell: Live at the Hi-Ball Lounge: "Jumpin' Jive" at the end of the album
Swing Is Dead: "Jumpin' Jack Flash" at the end of the album
Danny Leeds: Rock & Roll Rollercoaster: After "Mending Broken Wings," there is a slowed-down, acoustic version of the title track.
Leeds United A.F.C.: Marching on Together: Leeds United Greatest Hits - Volume 2: Rob Robotica's version of "Leeds Leeds Leeds (Marching on Together)" is hidden shortly after the last track "White Xmas." Although it is hidden, it is listed as a bonus hidden track on the back cover.
Leftfield, Leftism: Sometime after the last track is a BIG Booming sound said to be able to cause any amplifier or speaker to shake
Significant Other: "Nookie" contains a hidden interlude; "I'm Broke" contains hidden messages on Fred Durst's answering machine. After "9 Teen 90 Nine" is a recording of Fred Durst's mother singing to him; after "N 2 Gether Now" is "Everyday"; after "Trust?" is a secret scratching session from DJ Lethal. After "Outro" are two hidden tracks: "Radio Sucks" by Matt Pinfield, and "Mind of Les" by Les Claypool.
Hybrid Theory EP: A hidden rap interlude can be found on the track titled "And One." This interlude is about 1-minute long. There is also a second hidden track that track can be found at 10 minutes on the last track (titled "Part of Me"). This hidden track, referred to as "Ambient", is similar to the instrumental "Session" which can be found on Meteora and is often referred to as track 7. (Note: the band was still called Hybrid Theory at this time.)
Frat Party at the Pankake Festival: There are five hidden tracks on the release, one of these being "One Step Closer" (Humble Brothers Remix). To hear this audio-only remix, watch "One Step Closer" from the chapter selection. Continue watching until the final time "Shut up" is shouted. When this final shout is on, the button 'enter' could be pressed to reveal the Humble Brothers Remix of the song.
Reanimation: Various snippets of tracks are hidden throughout the album. There is also a backwards message that occurs throughout the track "P5hng Me A*wy"
Underground v6.0: A backwards message which says "You should brush your teeth, and you should wash your hands." is played backwards numerous times throughout "Announcement Service Public."
A Thousand Suns +: Over the credits on the DVD is an instrumental version of "Robot Boy," which features on the releases' CD.
Link 80: "17 Reasons": A hidden cover of the Misfits song, "Who Killed Marilyn" several minutes after the last track.
Lisa Left Eye Lopes: "Supernova". The album track listing lists only twelve tracks but a thirteenth track is mixed into the ending of track twelve, thus there is no gap between the songs.
Lit: "A Place in the Sun": If you rewind from the first track a hidden track can be heard after a minute or two.
Jeff Lynne: "Armchair Theatre": An unusual whirring sound and seagull cawing is heard after 17 seconds of silence following track 11, "Save Me Now." After this is 12 seconds of silence, followed by Jeff Lynne saying "Hey, it's still going y'know," and chimes ringing. Those hidden tracks are preserved on a 2013 reissue of the album, though they are placed after the reissue's final track "Forecast."