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.
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.
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.
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)
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.