Welcome to HiddenSongs.com!
Welcome to HiddenSongs.com - a comprehensive listing of hidden and unlisted tracks from albums by all types of artists throughout the history of recorded music, from vinyl records to cassettes to compact discs to MP3s.
What is a hidden song?
A hidden track (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. Sometimes they are even found by rewinding past the beginning of the first track!
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's just not listed with the other songs on the album on the back of the sleeve.
Hidden tracks can be live recordings, alternate takes or mixes, or studio outtakes. Not all hidden tracks are songs; sometimes they are made up of studio banter or interviews.
How to use this site
The listings on this site are organized by artist (first name/last name). For example, the artist Sheryl Crow appears in the Ss. The Beatles appear in the Ts. However, if you are looking for a specific artist, album, or song it would be easier to use the search function at the bottom of each page.
Each listing tells the artist, album, hidden song title, any special information such as what the song is about, and directions on how to access the track.
If you know of a hidden song not listed or can add information to any of the existing entries, please let us know.