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This site is a comprehensive listing of hidden and unlisted tracks from albums by all types of artists.

From the site:

    Welcome to The Hidden Song Archive – a comprehensive listing of hidden and unlisted tracks from albums by all types of artists.

    A hidden song (also known as a “ghost track” or “Easter egg”) is a song on an album which is not listed on the album sleeve or jacket. On a CD, usually the song is accessed by playing the final track through, then going through a brief moment of silence.

    An unlisted track is different because the hidden song has its own track and can be directly accessed without having to go through the previous song, it is just not listed with the other songs on the album on the back of the sleeve.

    The listings on our site are organized by artist, then album.

    To find information about the hidden song by Sheryl Crow on her album “The Globe Sessions,” for example, go to “C” for Crow and “The Globe Sessions.”

    To find out about the song on The Wallflowers’ “Breach,” go to “W” for Wallflowers, then to “Breach,” and so on.

    Each listing tells the artist, album, hidden song title, author, and any special information such as what the song is about, where available.

    RECENT ADDITIONS & UPDATES (6/6/04):

    The Wallflowers, “Babybird” from Breach
    Primus, “The Heckler” from Antipop
    Incubus, “Segue 1″ from S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
    Jebediah, “Big Beer Wall” from Of Someday Shambles
    Enrique, “Seven” from Seven
    Catatonia, “Gyda Gwen” from Way Beyond Blue
    The Thrills, “Plans” from So Much For The City
    Firehouse, “(Title unknown)” from Category 5
    Clutch, “05” from The Elephant Riders
    Clutch, “Gifted and Talented” from The Elephant Riders
    Clutch, “David Rose” from The Elephant Riders
    Spiderbait, “Untitled” from The Unfinished Spanish Galleon of Finley Lake
    Jason Morant, “(Title unknown)” from Abandon
    Trust No One, “Intercourse” from Younger Than Some, Smarter Than Most
    Trust No One, “The Hunter” from Thoughts Of Doubt
    Trust No One, “Once Upon A Time” from Violent Mood Swings

You’re sitting on all kinds of great music you never knew existed.

Have fun.

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  • M Thau

    On a compilation I released on Red Star Records called SONGS OF THE NAKED CITY there is a hidden version of 96 Tears at the end of disc 2. It was played by the Fleshtones and the vocalist is none other than Roy Trakin, the chief editor
    of Hits Magazine.

  • http://www.mondoirlando.com Aaron, Duke De Mondo

    I’ve found it odd that recently, promotional thingys like ad’s in the NME have listed “hidden bonus track” as park of the blurb. Doesn’t that defeat the purpose?
    Fave hidden tracks that i can think of at this hour, are Endless Nameless on Nevermind and All By Myself on Dookie.
    Apparently theres one on Sgt Pepper, a track that consists of a few bleeps audible only to dogs. I’m not making this up. Obviously i can’t comment on it, but a labrador i once drank with insists that it’s nowhere near as good as Helter Skelter, although better than 69% of Lennon’s Sometime In New York City album (which was a double, lest we forget)

  • http://hiddensongs.com Erik

    Hi, I’m the admin for the Hidden Song Archive. Just wanted to say thanks for featuring the site and thanks to your readers for submitting more!

  • Eric Olsen

    Cracker had an actual alt-rock radio hit that was hidden – I think it was “Eurotrash Girl”

    Thanks for checking in Erik and best of luck with it!

  • http://www.markhasty.com Mark Hasty

    “Euro-Trash Girl.” Dang. I totally forgot about that song. It was all over the radio in Minneapolis when I lived there (’94-’98).

  • Eric Olsen

    Yes, we played it all the time on the station I was on at the time. It isn’t listed on the CDs I have but I know it’s there.