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.
(What's The Story) Morning Glory?: There are two untitled tracks at track 6 and 11. They are samples of "The Swamp Song". Track 11 is used to link "Morning Glory" and "Champagne Supernova". These are still credited with track lengths though. Also, there is a short sample of the song "Wonderwall" at the start of track 1, titled "Hello"
The Masterplan: The song "Acquiesce" contains fragments of another Oasis song titled "Morning Glory" at the start and end of the song. The same song appears on Stop the Clocks, which itself has a hidden track, and the single/EP "Some Might Say."
Stop the Clocks: At the end (4:50 in) of track 7 on the second disc is a shorter version of the untitled 11th track from (What's the Story) Morning Glory?. It used to link from tracks 7 to 8, just like on the original album, except there it was a separate track. On this album, the actual "The Swamp Song" excerpt is removed to create 12 seconds of tuning signals and water.
Definitely Maybe DVD: Between the audio for track 11 ("Married with Children") and track 12 ("Sad Song") are 30 silent seconds. If you click the down button during these 30 seconds at the 11 second mark, the audio track "Wibbling Rivalry" will play. It also possible to hold the button down from the start of these 30 seconds and "Wibbling Rivalry" will play at the 11 second mark anyway, in case one missed the chance to do it so otherwise.
Lyla (DVD): A hidden piece about new drummer Zak Starkey features. The video lasts for 1:16 and is accessed by highlighting the word 'Credits' on the main menu, then pressing right until you see the name Zak appear. Then press 'Play' or 'Enter' to view the video.
Ommadawn: The track "On Horseback" is hidden after "Ommadawn, Part two" as the final track on side 2. It is not listed on the record label, but added to the length of "Ommadawn part two," giving it a new length of 17:17. It is, however, referred to on the inner sleeve where it is noted that "the words to the horse song on side two by Mike Oldfield and William Murray."
Once Nothing: First Came the Law (2007): After the long buildup in the song ."..And then Came Grace," there is about 90 seconds of silence. This is followed by a very old song titled "How to Build a Sandcastle." The band plays this at the request of a live "audience" through the first breakdown, then stops. After this, there is another 90-second span, this one of constant cricket chirping, to finish off the album. The hidden track is seen as a shout out by Once Nothing to their Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania roots, where the band hails from.
OneRepublic, Dreaming Out Loud: The hidden track is "Apologize (Remix)." If the album was bought at Target, there were two additional hidden tracks "Hearing Voices" and "Dreaming Out Loud."
Orange Goblin, Frequencies From Planet Ten: An untitled track appears after one to two minutes of silence at the end of the last track, "Star-Shaped Cloud." On the re-release of the album, the hidden track is cut.
The Orb, Orblivion: "Eros" follows five minutes of silence at the end of the last track, "72".
The song "Planet of the Shapes" is retitled "Planet of the Tapes" on cassette copies, but is still "Planet of the Shapes," just without indication.
The first minute and a half of "Planet of the Shapes" has the intentional addition of record static and crackles, followed by the sound of a needle skipping grooves then scratching across the record, meant to infuriate fans, who bought the vinyl edition, by making them think their copy was less than mint.
The short first track, "Time Becomes", starts the same way as their previous album by using the same dialogue sample from Star Trek: The Next Generation. This was done to confuse buyers into thinking for a few seconds they had bought a mispressing that had actually contained the music from their first album instead. To add to the confusion, after seven seconds into the track, the last part of the dialogue plays on a loop which lasts for the rest of the track (which is 1:43 in length).
Snivilisation: "Are We Here?" features clips of The Specials' song "Man at C&A."
Overkill, W.F.O.: Contains 88 extra tracks, most of which are blank. Track 97 contains a recording of the band messing around on some Judas Priest and Black Sabbath tunes. It's hidden after some silence at the beginning of the track and continues on track 98.