List of albums containing a hidden track: V

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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.


  • V: You Stood Up (2004): "You Got Me" is hidden in the album's pregap. Another hidden track "Just Eighteen" is in Track 18
  • V Shape Mind:
    • Metric (2000): There is a hidden spoken word track at the end of the final song "Pretty On the Outside".
    • Cul-De-Sac (album) (2003): There is an unlisted twelfth track "Every Little Thing (E.L.T.)" after a three-minute period of silence following the final track.
  • Pet Shop Boys, Very: Go West: In the album version, at 7:07, after approximately two minutes of silence, "Postscript (I Believe in Ecstasy)", sung by Chris Lowe, can be heard.
  • The Vaccines, What Did You Expect from the Vaccines? (2011): "Somebody Else's Child" can be heard approximately a minute after "Family Friend," the last track, ends
  • Vanessa-Mae, Subject to Change (2001): "Tourmaline" (after a minute of silence in the last track)
  • Van Halen, Women and Children First (1980): "Growth" (Immediately after the song "In a Simple Rhyme")
  • Laura Veirs: Untitled Track/Magnetized (original) (2005): "Year of Meteors" (Follows a period of silence after "Lake Swimming")
  • Velvet Revolver, Libertad (2007): Shortly after the song "Gravedancer" ends, there's a secret song called "Don't Drop That Dime."
  • Versus: Two Cents Plus Tax (1998): "Oriental American" is hidden in the album's pregap
  • The Verve, Urban Hymns (1997): "Deep Freeze" (at the 13-minute mark of "Come On") (on later MP3 download copies of this album, "Come On" is trimmed of all silence and "Deep Freeze" presented as a separate track)[citation needed]
  • Vitalic, OK Cowboy (2005): "One Million Dollar Studio" (Rewind before opening track, song is about 1-minute and 20 seconds long)
  • Vitamin C, Vitamin C (1999): "Graduation (Friends Forever) (Student Interview Mix)" (Track 13)
  • Vive la Fête, Nuit Blanche (2006)
  • The Von Bondies, Pawn Shoppe Heart (2004): An untitled secret track that starts at 6:55 on the track "Pawn Shoppe Heart"; sounds like an extension of the aforementioned song (but is actually a cover of "Try a Little Tenderness").

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