In honor of the 20th anniversary of StankoniaOutKast is preparing a deluxe reissue of the seminal 2000 album featuring an added collection of vocal tracks, instrumentals, radio mixes, and remixes of the album’s biggest hits. One such remix included on the Stankonia reissue is a take on “B.O.B. (Bombs Over Baghdad)” produced by Rage Against The Machine frontman Zack de la Rocha. While the de la Rocha version of “B.O.B.” received some play on radio airwaves, this marks the first time the track has received a full commercial release.

While frenetic drum-and-bass serves as the foundation of the original track, the Zack de la Rocha “B.O.B.” remix keeps the breakneck pace but adds the heavy, guitar-focused instrumentation that fans of Rage Against The Machine have come to know well. The result feels like a match made in protest banger heaven, as André 3000 and Big Boi‘s quick-tongued verses turn into a hard-rocking call to rage.

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The Zack de la Rocha “B.O.B.” remix premiered as a single on Monday via Rolling Stone, who note that the RATM vocalist worked on his version of the hit at Southern Tracks Recording in OutKast’s native Atlanta, GA . As OutKast’s Big Boi told Rolling Stone of the updated take, “Zack added an extra layer of grunge to a masterpiece.” Added Andre 3000 added, “I’m a fan of the Rage sound so it was an honor to have them involved in a remix.”

Listen to the Zack de la Rocha remix of OutKast favorite “B.O.B. (Bombs Over Baghdad)” and watch the music video for the original version of the song for comparison below:

OutKast – Zack de la Rocha “B.O.B. (Bombs Over Baghdad)” Remix

[Video: OutKast]

OutKast – “B.O.B. (Bombs Over Baghdad)” – Official Video

[Video: OutKast]

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First released in October 2000 via Arista/LaFace, Stankonia helped launch OutKast to superstar status. The 20th-anniversary reissue of the album will feature other previously unreleased remixes of the original recordings, and Vinyl Me, Please will release a 2LP version on black-and-white galaxy vinyl available to its subscribers.

[H/T Rolling Stone]