OutKast Reissues ‘Stankonia’ For LP’s 20th Anniversary

Published: Friday 9th Oct 2020 by Ryan

It’s been 20 years since OutKast dropped their debut album, ‘Stankonia,’ and now they are celebrating in a big way.

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The group will be releasing previously unreleased remixes in bundle packs for their songs ‘B.O.B. (Bombs Over Baghdad),’ ‘Ms. Jackson,’ and ‘So Fresh, So Clean’ Variety reports.

In addition, the duo will be making ‘Stankonia’ available in 24 Bit and 360 Reality Audio on October 30. The newly revamped version of the album will feature six previously unreleased bonus tracks, including: Mr. Drunk Remix of ‘Ms. Jackson,’ the ‘Stankonia’ Remix of ‘So Fresh, So Clean,’ and the Zack de la Rocha Remix of ‘B.O.B. (Bombs Over Baghdad).’ Each of those songs will also receive an a cappella version as well.

The iconic album will also be arriving on vinyl to commemorate its anniversary.

The LP was released on Halloween in 2000 and sold 530,000 copies in its first week.

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  1. Unthinkable (im petty) October 9, 2020

    Their debut album isn’t Stankonia. It’s Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik and it came out in 1994. Stankonia is their 4th album

    • KB October 9, 2020


    • Shayla Queen 👑 October 9, 2020

      Chiiiiiiile! 🤣🤣🤣

    • DC3 FOREVER October 10, 2020

      EXACTLY!!!! TRUE FANS KNOW THE REAL!!! This was their breakout album

  2. TruthTea October 9, 2020

    Stankonia was far from their debut album. Outkast were almost a decade in, three albums deep, and legends when Stankonia came out.

    Their iconic or classic album, sure…but debut? Chilllllleeeee, I can’t with y’all today.

    • Shayla Queen 👑 October 9, 2020

      Chiiiiiiile! These are some ghetto power bottoms working this blog out of a bedroom in the hood

      • 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭(da Nasty one👵🏿) October 9, 2020

        And yet here you are. So I guess that makes you extra ghetto 💋💋💁🏼‍♀️🖕🏻🖕🏻😂

  3. Fancy BISH October 9, 2020

    I was working at Abercrombie & Fitch during this era..I still have checks I haven’t cashed cause I certainly didn’t need the job lol…they asked me to work in there…they played Stankonia in the store, Gangsta Boo and all lmao 🤳🏽

    • MessyBoots October 9, 2020

      Lol.. I worked at A n F around 2002.

      When the store closed it would go from techno to gangster rap as well. I also recall the white folks working the replaying a lot of Outkast, Eminem and John Mayer as well.

      • Fancy BISH October 9, 2020

        Exactly! 🤣 ✅ I know you worked up in there cause everything you said was FACTS lol 💯 Thanks for sharing!

      • MessyBoots October 10, 2020

        Yes. It was a MOMENT dahling! *MC voice*

        Abercrombie used to shut ishhh down back then. They became highly problematic and racist soon after… BUT.. they had a moment in the sun back then.

      • Fancy BISH October 10, 2020

        You are SO on point 😂 ✅ My thoughts exactly!

  4. Ropeburn October 9, 2020

    Excuse me, but Stankonia is NOT their debut! They’ve been around since TLC was singing Creep.

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