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.
Orchestra of Wolves: A cover of the song "Staring at the Rude Bois," originally by The Ruts, can be heard after a period of silence on the final track, "Nervous Breakdown," a cover song originally by Black Flag, on the NA release and the bonus disc of the re-issued album in the UK.
Gas, Gas 0095: "Timestretch" is a 4:30 long track shrunk to a 1-second hidden track, which in theory you can stretch back again to recover the full track. Also, unlisted tracks "Pink" and "Doom" at the end of the album.
The Ghost Inside, Returners: The final track "Truth and Temper" is 8:50 long, with the actual song lasting until 4:23, followed by silence until 5:31, where an untitled instrumental plays until the end.
Ghostwriters: Second Skin: "Come clean" as unlisted track number 99; tracks 13 to 98 are untitled, each consisting merely of four seconds of silence
Girlyman, Joyful Sign: After the last listed song ("Right Here") finishes, a final 45-second track plays that features background singing and talking from the earlier track during the recording of "Through to Sunrise" without the accompanying music.
Gojira: The Way of All Flesh 2008 at 12:33 on the song "The Way of All Flesh" the untitled instrumental track plays, after 5:42 of silence, until the end of the album In The Forest 2001 at 5:30 on the song "In The Forest" untitled instrumental track plays until about 10 seconds from the end of the album, played in live under the name Terra Incognita.
Gorillaz: The Ed Case remix of "Clint Eastwood" comes after the last song on the album ("M1A1" or "Left Hand Suzuki Method," depending on what region the album was purchased from)
Demon Days: "Bill Murray," only on copies from Japan
Laika Come Home: There is track 12, "M1 A1," and it gets followed by hidden tracks, varieing from where it is bought. On the vinyl and limited edition CD versions: "Strictly Rubbadub (Version)" and "A Fistful Of Peanuts (Version)." Standard US CD contains "Strictly Rubbadub (Version)" as a hidden track.
Goldie, Saturnzreturn: "The Dream Within" begins six minutes and sixteen seconds into the song "Truth," after several moments of silence.