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.
DRC Music, Kinshasa One Two: An untitled hidden track about a minute after the last listed track, "Departure." This is only on the CD version which also gives a code to access three more tracks unmentioned on the album notes.
The Dandy Warhols, Earth to the Dandy Warhols: The very last second (14:46 exactly) of the last song "Mussee du Nougat" is echoed at the beginning of the first song on the album, "The World The People Together (Come On)," making the album able to be played on a loop without a gap. This is a similar technique to those used on some Pink Floyd albums.
Danny!, Danny Is Dead: On the North American version of the album, an instrumental later revealed to be titled "Ebony Flower" can be found following twenty-one seconds after the last track.
Danzig, Danzig IV: Song track number 66 (actually the 13th song) is "Invocation," a three-minute chant that ends "Many are the demon's face, And many are the forms he takes, Beware that you don't pleasure one, The demon comes to anyone"
DC Talk, Jesus Freak: "Alas, My Love" on track 13. The track is listed without a title, and begins immediately after the previous track, "Mind's Eye," reprising the intro to "So Help Me God." After a period of silence, the poem "Alas My Love" is recited. The words are printed in the CD booklet.
Dead Poetic, New Medicines: After a short time of silence following "A Hoax to Live For" is the hidden track, "Zonshine"
Construction Time Again: "Everything Counts (Reprise)," appears as a hidden track on most versions of Construction Time Again, but on some albums is tacked at the end of "And Then..." instead. It's a short version of the main single, "Everything Counts."
Music for the Masses: "Interlude No.1: Mission Impossible," appears as a hidden track after a short silence after Pimpf.
Violator: "Interlude No.2: Crucified" starts at 4:20 of "Enjoy the Silence." "Interlude no.3" starts at 4:18 of "Blue Dress."
Diamond Rio, IV: Various earlier hits mixed with sound effects in the pregap before Track 1, "Holdin'."
Dez Dickerson, OneMan: At the end, Dez decides to forgo that traditional hidden track to actually speak to the listeners and thanks us for buying the record. He has some other goods things to say that will change your life as well.
Educated Guess: a pregap before the track "Bubble" features Ani playing a short acoustic guitar song and vocalizing to it.
Evolve: a pregap before the track "Oh My My" involves DiFranco and her band warming up.
High and Dry (1991): On the End of "No, No, No" on Vinyl, Kari Shouts "No" on a continuous Loop. But on the CD Version, She shouts the word for 12 times. On the 1997 Reissue, she shouts that word 50 times until fade-out.
Digimon 2000 (1999): There is a skit between tracks 3 and 4 which consists of Sora trying to start the rusty car and saying "Come on, START YOU PIECE OF S**T! Start!" Until the car finally starts, she then sighed of relief. After track 7, another skit involving Tai attempting to knock on Matt's door and getting angry, but he gives up and says "The hell with it. Moving on". After Track 10, you can hear Kari's alarm clock ringing as she said "When is the last time I ever woke to this? She then unplugs the clock and throws it on the floor and muttered "Seriously, I need some sleep" and rolls to her sleeping position. After Track 13, Izzy, Cody and Davis playing baseball until Davis purposely break a neighbour's window. Davis yelled "Oh, shit. We gotta bail" Cody yelled "Blow out" then the trio ran. Izzy said while running "I hope this tape is still rolling. Damn it!" After the last track, you can hear Tai saying "Thank you guys so much for listening to this album. We really appreciate it. Thanks for the support"
Home Away from Home (2002): After the final track on the CD version, Tracks 15-69 are blank tracks, Track 70 is the cover of Black Sabbath's "War Pigs" and the song ends with the track being slowed down. On the vinyl and cassette version at the end of each side, the sounds of Kari's heartbeat and breathing were recorded from an ultrasound of her chest just hours after her head surgery when she is admitted to the hospital after an incident involving nearly getting shot in the head.
New Adventures, Old Friends (2012): After the final song, you can hear Sora walking up to her microphone quickly taps her for, but she picks it up and said "We're not recording are we?" Which leads to the hidden track of their cover of Fear's "The Mouth Won't Stop"
Digi-Perfect (2013): After the final track "Finale", there's two minutes of dead air. Then the hidden track "Jungle Boogie" starts playing.
DJ Encore, Unique: contains the hidden track "Liquid Sky" after the track "Out there" and a gap.
DJ Sammy, Heaven (UK release): A hidden track called "California Dreamin'" starts playing after track 11, "Heaven (Yanou's Candlelight Mix)" finishes at 4:02.
DMX, The Great Depression: "A Minute For Your Son" contains 3 hidden tracks immediately after the song ends. Though unlisted they're known as "Next Out The Kennel" which features verses from 4 rappers associated with Bloodline Records, "Problem Child" which features Drag-On & Mysonne and "Usual Suspects 2" with Mic Geronimo & Big Stan.
dredg, Leitmotif: After the last track of the album, "Movement V: 90 Hour Sleep" (2:23), a 7-minute gap separates the song from an 11-minute hidden track (starts at 9:24, ends at 20:21). The whole track has an inferior quality in comparison to all others from the album and is entirely an improvisation, near the end of the hidden track, lead singer Gavin Hayes can be heard singing the lyrics to "Penguins in the Desert," from the same album.
Hilary Duff, Most Wanted: "I Am (Remix 2005)," a remix of a song from her second album, can only be found on the regular version of the album, in America.
Duffle Band, Playing With Myself: There are two bonus tracks included after the 13th listed song on the band's 2005 self-released album. Track 14, "Interviewing Myself," is a fake interview in which the band's only member conducts a humorous interview with himself, along with distorted electric guitar noise silently playing on the left side of the stereo mix. Track 15, "I Found God," is a short, sarcastic, folky, punk tune about finding god/jesus/religion played on an out of tune acoustic guitar.