Version: 2.4.3 (using KDE 4.7.2)
This bug is possibly related to 279485. Generally when I insert an audio CD, the CD appears in the list of local music and after a couple of seconds a tracklist appears. However I have a couple of CDs which report zero tracks. I can access the CD via Amarok > Play media and then select the audio CD. A list of tracks is then shown although the tracks cannot be added to the playlist this way. The tracks all have names like " - 01 - ". I would speculate that Amarok doesn't like tracks with names that start with strings like blank minus blank and doesn't recognise them as valid tracks.
The CD itself appears to be OK and can be played with other players such as VLC.
Steps to Reproduce:
It is only necessary to insert the affected CDs although you presumably don't have them. Just in case, the EAN code of one example is 4011222230188
An audio CD icon appears under local music with "0 tracks" underneath.
I would expect a list of tracks which can be played, even if they have weird names.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 285885 ***