List of albums containing a hidden track: K

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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.

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    • Exit: There are three bonus tracks on the album: the single "Superstarr, Pt. Zero," a Remix of "Heaven Only Knows," and a track called "Neutroniks," which does not appear on the Canadian version of the album, but on the Canadian pressing of Joyful Rebellion.
    • Joyful Rebellion: Roughly two mutes after the track "Papercutz" ends, a hidden track called "The Mirror" begins.
    • Atlantis: Hymns for Disco: "Chocolate Chewing Gum" follows after "The Ballad of Noah" at 5:27
    • Yes!: hidden tracks appear at the ends of "FUN!," "Mr. Telephone Man," and "The Avenue."
  • K-Passa: Born Again: The last billed track, "Loves Trainee," is followed by five minutes of silence and then an eight-minute instrumental track.
  • Kamelot, The Black Halo: Rewind from track 1 to hear a couple entering a theatre.
  • Yoko Kanno, into the another world: "Mameshiba (instrumental version)" follows after "Aqua" at 6:22
  • Kansas, Somewhere to Elsewhere: "Geodesic Dome" at the end of the album.
  • Kano: At the end of the "London Town" album, there is a hidden track called "Grime MC"
  • Lucy Kaplansky: Rewind 3:30 from Track 1 on the "Flesh & Bone" album, there is a hidden version of Paul McCartney's "I've Just Seen a Face"
  • Kasabian, Kasabian: The Jacknife Lee Mix of "Reason is Treason" after three minutes silence at 7:07 of "U Boat."
  • Keane, Under the Iron Sea: "The Iron Sea" follows the track "Put It Behind You" and acts as a turning point of the album, indicated by the color change on the album's track listing.
  • Tommy Keene, Ten Years After: Track 13, a cover of The Who's "It's Not True," is not listed.
  • Kelis, Kelis Was Here: "Fuck Them Bitches" after a minute of silence on the final track it has this song.
  • Paul Kelly & The Messengers, Comedy: "David Gower" to the tune of Guantanamera after the last track.
  • Kenickie:
    • At The Club: The hidden track "Montrose Gimps It Up For Charity" can be found at 8:52 into the final track "Acetone."
    • Get In: "Disco Xmas on the Dole," appears at 10:00 on end track "Something's Got To Give." The song is sung by Emmy-Kate Montrose under heavy distortion.
  • Alicia Keys, Songs in a Minor: The hidden track "Lovin' You" starts playing at the end of the album.
  • Kid Rock, Devil Without a Cause: Shortly after the last song ("Black Chick, White Guy" on the explicit version, "Where U at Rock" on the clean version) is a techno rock remix of "I Am the Bullgod."
  • Kidz in the Hall, School Was My Hustle: The hidden track "We Almost Lost" follows "Day By Day" at the end of track 12.
  • Kaki King, Legs to Make Us Longer: "Nails" after the final track.
  • The Killers, Sawdust: "Questions with the Captain" after 55 seconds of silence after the final track.
  • King Diamond, Voodoo: There is a hidden track (1:50) after "Aftermath" on the European release which is basically "Unclean Spirits" played backwards.
  • King Crimson, Islands: After the final track, "Islands," an instrumental ensemble is heard tuning while receiving instructions from guitarist Robert Fripp.
  • Kings of Leon, Youth and Young Manhood: "Talihina Sky" at the end of "Holy Roller Novocaine" at 8:21.
  • Kiss, Destroyer: "untitled track" either at the end of "Do You Love Me" (3:34) or as a separate track.
  • Klaatu, Hope: The final song "Hope" ends at minute 3:50. After 10 seconds of silence, begins an instrumental reprise of the first track, "We're Off You Know".
  • Klark Kent, Kollected Works: The final track is labeled as "Office Talk," but contains both "Office Talk" and "Guerrilla," with roughly 40 seconds of silence between the two songs.
  • Klaxons, Myths of the Near Future: An experimental instrumental follows final track "Four Horsemen of 2012"
  • Klee: Unverwundbar: A French version of the Song "Lichtstrahl" follows final track "Ich lebe"
  • Kool Moe Dee, Knowledge Is King: The track "Let's Go" is not listed in the sleeve, though it appears in the album.
  • Korn:
    • Follow the Leader: The album starts on track 13, after 12 tracks consisting of five seconds of silence each, making a minute's silence out of respect for a deceased fan, who also had track 22 (Justin) named after him. "Earache My Eye" starts at the end of the song "My Gift to You" (Track 25) at 9:12, two minutes after "My Gift to You" ends. The hidden track is 6:28.
    • Korn: After a period of silence which follows track 12 ("Daddy"), a man and woman argue about car parts. The hidden track is called "Michael & Geri"
    • Life Is Peachy: An a cappella version of "Twist" after "Kill You." On picture vinyl version, an instrumental track after Good God.
    • Take a Look in the Mirror: A live cover version of Metallica's "One" after "When Will This End."
    • Untouchables: Some versions contain a hidden remix of "Here to Stay."
    • Issues: While not technically a hidden track, the final track "Dirty" features several minutes of static buzzing after the song itself ends.
    • See You on the Other Side: some copies have part of Twisted Transistor in the pregap. While it is listed, copies with the song at 3:08 have what was removed from the 4:12 version in the pregap. Not really hidden, but it is in the pregap.
  • Wayne Kramer: The Hard Stuff: Tracks 11 to 39 are blank, each of 5 seconds duration, followed by unlisted track 40 "So Long, Hank" (4:34)
  • Kreator: Cause for Conflict: on Isolation's end there's about 4 blank minutes, following the hidden track
  • Kris Kristofferson, Closer to the Bone: Ten seconds of silence following "The Wonder" after which an untitled hidden track, introduced as the first song Kristofferson ever wrote at the age of 11, is played.
  • Kula Shaker:
  • Kyuss:
    • Welcome to Sky Valley: "Lick Doo," a doo-wop prank, is hidden after the final track '"Whitewater"
    • ...And the Circus Leaves Town: Two short hidden tracks are included in the 20-odd minutes of silence following "Spaceship Landing," the second of which is titled "Day One"

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