List of albums containing a hidden track: I

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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.

  • Ian Broudie, Tales Told: Last track is a hidden track titled "Broudie's Blues"
  • Iain Archer, Flood the Tanks: hidden track called "That one you always do"
  • Iced Earth, Dystopia: after some seconds of "Tragedy & Triumph" a (joking) choir begins.
  • Idlewild, Warnings/Promises: Reprise of "Too Long Awake" follows some silence and the final track "Goodnight"
  • Iedereen Zóôò Jotje: In Den Olden Rupsch Geloogheerd: After complete silence for 3 minutes there are numerous outtakes heard.
  • Ignite, Our Darkest Days: Last track - "Live for Better Days" - on the album "Our Darkest Days." After the songs ends there is silence which eventually is followed by a song which is sung in Hungarian.
  • Ima Robot, Ima Robot: "Black Jettas" is a hidden track (still listed on the corner of the CD) after last track "What Are We Made From"
  • Natalie Imbruglia, Left of the Middle: "Left of the Middle", but not in Australia
  • Imperial Drag (Jellyfish splinter group) : There is an uncredited 14th track following "Scaredy Cats & Egomaniacs," commonly called "Down with the Man."
  • Incubus:
    • S.C.I.E.N.C.E.: "Jose Loves Kate Moss, Part 1"/"Segue 1" follows on from the final track, Calgone.
    • Enjoy Incubus: "Hidden Bonus" follows about eleven minutes after the final song "Hilikus."
    • When Incubus Attacks Volume 1: "Smokin' The Herb Again" plays after about a minute of silence.
  • Imagine Dragons: Night Visions: After the song "Nothing Left to Say" is the hidden track "Rocks"
  • Immortal Technique, Revolutionary Vol. 1: When the CD is played on the computer, an untitled hidden track, featuring Diabolic, appears ten seconds after the end of "Dance with the Devil."
  • Indigo Girls, Come on Now Social: "Sister (Reprise)" follows on from "Faye Tucker," and is also then followed by "Philosophy of Loss"
  • Infinite, Over the Top: After the final track, "Real Story"
  • Innerpartysystem, Innerpartysystem (album): A track called "Home" follows the final track and comprises weird, electronic sounds and city noise.
  • Insane Clown Posse, Crystal Ball : After song ends there are several minutes of silence followed by several hidden songs and skits.
    • The Terror Wheel : After "The Smog" ends, an untitled track which is roughly two minutes comes on & there's a hidden number directly after "Amy's in the Attic"
    • "Tunnel of Love": at the end of "When I Get Out" there's a track called "You're a Stupid Ass" which (like the end of Terror Wheel) has a phone number hidden in it
    • Forgotten Freshness Volume 3: An unnamed hidden track starts playing after "Take Me Home."
    • Bizzar: The Pendulum's Promise has one in the middle and end
    • Bang! Pow! Boom!: each edition has different tracks hidden in the last song of the same name
  • Iron Maiden:
    • Piece of Mind: At the beginning of the sixth song, Still Life, the drummer, Nicko McBrain can be heard saying a backwards message. It was originally put in as a joke because the band was being accused of satanism (which was false) at the time.
  • Islands, Return to the Sea: "Bucky Little Wing" follows final track. There is about 4 minutes of silence or rain/wind (depending on when you got the CD) and plays for 4 minutes and goes back to silence/rain/wind for 7 or 8 more minutes.
  • ist, King Martha: "Idiot's Refrain" follows on from "Selfish Terrors" after approximately 4 minutes of silence.
  • Ivy Queen, Ivy Queen 2008 World Tour LIVE!: Three hidden tracks: "Dat Sexy Body," "Quiero Saber," and "Uh-Oh" immediately follow "Papi Te Quiero."

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