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.
Trouble with X: Some versions of the CD have a cover of "The Rumor Weed Song" from children's cartoon VeggieTales as track 15, with a hidden reprise of "Play the Game" following it, featuring someone singing along to the song, apparently unaware that they are being recorded.
Real Gone: unlisted track 16 "Chick a boom" featuring Tom beatboxing after a lengthy silence at the end of track 15
Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers, and Bastards: The final two tracks of Disc 3 (the "Bastards" disc) are unlisted. One is a live recording of Waits telling a Los Angeles audience about an unorthodox type of dog treat; the other is Waits - alone this time, with a distorted voice - telling a long-winded story about a woman at a supermarket who told him he reminded her of her son.
Simon Webbe: Sanctuary (2004): "Pusherman" (Press rewind when the first track "Lay Your Hands" starts and the song should rewind back through to the song)
The Wedding, Polarity: A comical patriotic anthem to the band's home state, Arkansas, at the end of "Fireworks" at 8:11, after a long period of silence; a lengthy session of "Southside" outtakes hidden in pregap.
When: The Lobster Boys (2001): Untitled hidden track (Hidden in pregap: rewind before opening track, the track is nearly 13 minutes)
White Cowbell Oklahoma: Casa Diablo (2006): Jarring "Turn Off Your Set" instrumental fades in after an over twenty-minute break from the last-listed song, "Time to Ride." Has musical connection to CD-opening instrumental, "Adjust Your Set."
The Whitlams, Eternal Nightcap (1997): The track "Band on Every Corner" is extended by 7:01 of silence, which then transitions to an untitled track of 8:55 duration. Included in the track is an unidentified man complaining about his vocals and Tim Freedman's use of the 'bullhorn' effect, recordings of conversations between Tim Freedman and his mother, and sections of Whitlams songs performed with altered lyrics.
The Who, The Who Sell Out: At the end of the album is an infinite loop featuring voices repeating the words "Track Records" - The Who's record label - over and over.
Life thru a Lens (1997): "Hello Sir" follows after ten minutes of silence following the final track, "Baby Girl Window." "Hello Sir" features as a hidden track in the same fashion on the US compilation album, The Ego Has Landed.
I've Been Expecting You (1998): "Stand Your Ground" and "Stalker's Day Off" appear after five minutes of silence following the final track, "These Dreams."
Angels (1999): "Grace" (Video) and "Man Machine" (Video) appear if you win the multimedia game 'Spot the Joker'.
Sing When You're Winning (2000): After the last track, "The Road to Mandalay," 25 minutes of silence play followed by Williams saying "No, I'm not doing one on this album," which is in reference to how his previous albums all contain hidden tracks. The Spanish version of the album includes a Spanish-language version of "Better Man" as a hidden track, and the French version features a French-language version of "Supreme."
Mac Wiseman: Rural Rhythm Presents The Best of Mac Wiseman: Essential Original Masters (2006): The hidden track is the 26th and last track on the CD, an instrumental version of "Wildwood Flower," a previously unreleased recording from a 1966 session for Rural Rhythm Records.
Erik Wollo: On his album Emotional Landscapes (released on Spotted Peccary Music in 2003), there is a hidden track at the very end of the disk. A long droning ambient track, slowly fades in after about 5 minutes of silence.