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.
A hidden instrumental track titled "Island of the Kings" can be found on the 2002 Metal Blade re-issue of the album Sirens at track index 99;
A hidden track titled "Piper Rap" can be found on the 2002 Metal Blade re-issue of the album The Dungeones Are Calling at track index 99. Both of these hidden Savatage tracks are currently available for download on iTunes.
SBK ja:???????: Killing Field: Contains cleaning disc with two unlisted musical tracks. The first is before the blank cleaning track, and contains instructions in a polite, female Japanese voice on how to use the disc. The other is after the cleaning track, in four parts: (1) additional comments in Japanese by the same voice from the first track; (2) a male voice cursing out the idea of having a cleaning disk included with the SBK CD; (3) a repeating R&B piano/guitar riff (from Own to the Next from the music disc) with singers doing a couple lines of a song in English, along with a male speaker giving English-language acknowledgements (from Outro from the music disc); and (4) the repeating R&B piano/guitar riff with occasional hip-hop scratching mixed in (also from Own to the Next).
Scared Weird Little Guys: "Live at 42 Walnut Crescent": Track 26 "McDonald's Song" follows a minute of silence after Track 25, and is not listed on the album cover.
Scissor Sisters: "A message from Ms. Matronic," a recorded message referencing the following bonus tracks, appears as track 12 on the UK edition but is unlisted.
Ta-Dah: On the UK edition, between the songs "Everyone Wants the Same Thing" and "Transistor," is a two-minute pregap, which is almost complete silence except for a sound at the end, which is the sound of a lift (or elevator) reaching its destination floor.
Karma and Effect: At the end of a 4-minute silence a song in South African is sung called Kom Saam Met My. The 4-minute silence is part of a track called Plastic Man.
Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces: The album, which was originally released in October 2007, was re-released in April 2009 with two hidden tracks. The band recorded a cover of Careless Whisper, originally by George Michael. The first hidden track is the album version of the song and the second hidden track is the "strings version," which is a shorter edit and includes strings in the background.
Sense Field: Living Outside: "The Horse is Alive" follows the silence after "Haunted."
Chaos A.D. (1993): On the original version (without the bonus tracks) there's a secret track that appears a minute after the last song "Clenched Fist." It consists of the bandmembers laughing insanely, one at a time.
Roorback (2003): There is a hidden track called "Paulo's Microphone" following silence after "Outro".
Carved In Stone: At the end of the song "Ghostship" is a 7-minute hidden track called "TG94 (Thanks Giving 1994)". Also tracks 2, 4, 6, 10 and 12 are not listed on the album's back cover. These instrumental segues are commonly referred to as "Interlude" 1 through 5.
Legacy: Near the end of "First Light" the music fades out to silence at approximately 23:30. At 24:10 an "in-studio noises", made of voices, vocal warming, laughs and some instruments breaks the silence, followed by knocking and doorbells ringing from 27:21 until 28:25, when an explosion is heard as the door is opened. Following this is a 5-minute instrumental track.
Brand New Year: Following the last song, "Brand New Year (My Revolution)," the song "How Can I Keep From Singing" plays on the same track. The fourteenth track is unlisted and contains six seconds of silence.
Knock on the Sky: "Knock on the Sky" plays after about 15 minutes of silence on track 13. After this, an unlisted fourteenth track plays, consisting of six seconds of silence.
Captain Swing (1989): "Russian Roulette" appears as an unlisted final track, after "Must Be Luff."
Shooting at Unarmed Men: "Yes! Tinnitus!" (2006): "In Flight Instructions Are A Joke - Say I," after a few seconds, begins rewinding the album and takes you back to the very beginning, and plays you through it all again to the end of "In Flight..."; it is the only album ever made where the entire album is repeated as a secret track.
Showbread: Age of Reptiles (2006): After the song "Age of Reptiles," a waning sound is heard for about 15 seconds, which leads into the acoustic hidden track known as "Age of Insects." The guitar comes in at approximately 6:46. This hidden track is especially important to listen to in order to understand the overall message of the album.
Sick Puppies: Welcome to the Real World (2001): an unnamed song about Speedy and Spendy, preceded by band members Shimon Moore and Chris Mileski announcing the listener's discovery of the bonus track, follows 2:30 after the radio edit for "Rock Kids," the last listed track.
The Green Album (1996): An unlisted 14th track consists of a 1:40 song, followed by about ten minutes of silence, then a recording of band members Mike Park and Lynnette Knackstedt performing several short, unfinished songs, the last of which ends abruptly as the album runs out of time.
Skillet, Invincible (2000): The final song "You're in My Brain" contains a hidden track titled "Angels Fall Down."
Morgan to the Moon (1998): Two unlisted telephone conversations (4:20–5:05 & 5:12-end) hidden after "Chicken & Rice." A man orders chicken and rice from a Thai restaurant, then calls back to learn how to make the dish.
Bittersweet (1998): "Morgan to the Moon (remix)" at 3:57 after "Doofus."
Skunk Anansie, Stoosh (1996): Press rewind when the first track "Yes it's Fucking Political" starts and 2 minutes and 42 seconds of music is there.
Gish (1991): "I'm Going Crazy" appears shortly after "Daydream."
Cherub Rock (1993): "The Star Spangled Banner" appears shortly after "French Movie Theme." This version was sung by a karaoke DJ at a bar and recorded by Billy Corgan on a tape player he happened to have with him at the time.
Smile Empty Soul, Vultures (2006): The final track, Vultures, contains an untitled track behind fifteen minutes of silence.
Jimmy Smith, Root Down: The 2000 CD reissue contains a hidden track in the pregap before track 1, consisting of Smith making stage announcements prior to performing "Sagg Shootin' His Arrow."
Son of Dork, Welcome to Loserville (2005): Two hidden tracks in the pregap, which are choral versions to some of the songs on the album. Another hidden track, a one-minute choral version of "Murdered in the Mosh," appears after approximately ten minutes of silence at the end of track 10, "Murdered in the Mosh."
Sons of Butcher, Meatlantis (2006): A remix of "Dear John," appears after approximately 1-minute and 30 seconds after the final track, "Meatlantis Reprise."
Any Minute Now (2004): Untitled track in pregap before track 1, which later became "I Love Techno," a song featured on their next album.
Nite Versions (2005): Untitled track in pregap before track 1, which is a 51-second instrumental borrowing the guitar riff from "E Talking"
Most of the Remixes... (2007): A hidden track is hidden in the pregap of disc 2, which is Einstürzende Neubauten's "Stella Maris (Soulwax Remix)." It is the 'lost' remix mentioned in the full title of the album.
This is Radio Soulwax (2006): Brief pregaps appear between all the songs, that last less than a second. As the album is a "non-stop" mix album, these pregaps contain brief fragments of music.
Britney Spears: "Oops!... I Did It Again" contains three unlisted skits following the songs "Don't Go Knocking On My Door," "What U See (Is What U Get)," and "When Your Eyes Say It" (US edition) or "Heart" (International edition).
Spin Doctors, Here Comes The Bride (1999): "Untitled" (Segued to last track "Tomorrow Can Pay The Rent." This hidden track is notable as it is reversed and can only be heard properly if played backwards.)
Rotting Piñata (1994) features a track called "Candy Corn," hidden between "Rainin'" (track 10) and four seconds of silence (track 11).
Wax Ecstatic (1996) features a song called Imagine You at 3:41 after the song Velveteen.
Spring Heeled Jack USA, Static World View (1996): Approximately fifteen minutes after the end of the album's last track, a male voice says "You fast forwarded half an hour for nothing. How do you feel?"
The Promise (2010): Track 11 on disc 2, listed as "City of Night," also contains a hidden version of "The Way," which begins at 3:25.
Squad Five-O: Fight the System (1998): "Rock and Roll Anthem" is hidden on track 50 of the album, which has 18 listed songs.
Squirrel Nut Zippers, Sold Out (1997) "Pippo's Circus Theme" - starts at 5:49, ends at 7:24; "Santa Claus Is Smoking Reefer" - starts at 7:26, ends at 9:30; "If You Were Mine" - starts at 9:33, ends at 12:48 (These appear after a period of silence on the "Fell To Pieces" track)
Stellar Kart, We Can't Stand Sitting Down: Following a fifteen-second pause after the last listed track "Angels in Chorus," "Hold On (Alternate Version)" plays. As the title suggests, it is an alternate version of a track from earlier on the CD called "Hold On." It's occasionally incorrectly credited as "Hold On (acoustic)," though it is not completely acoustic.
Page Avenue (2003): A short clip of the band goofing around is found shortly after the end of the final track "Falling Down."
In Wake of Determination: There is a hidden thirteenth track following a minute of silence. Some refer to the track as 'Silent Murder', however it remains unclear whether this is the track's official name or if it's untitled.