To coincide with its 20th anniversary, Eminem has released an expanded edition of The Eminem Show featuring 18 additional songs.

The hugely successful fourth studio album arrived all the way back in 2002, and the Detroit rapper has expanded upon the release with instrumentals, previously unreleased tracks, and other rarities. One of the most notable inclusions on the extended tracklist is “Jimmy, Brian and Mike,” a song intended for his third full-length The Marshall Mathers LP

As Eminem's longtime manager Paul Rosenberg revealed on Instagram, Em actually went back to the song to re-record his verses and chorus. "A couple months ago for this EXPANDED EDITION release Em went back to the lab, recalled the sessions, finished the chorus and put the touches on it so that it could be included in the Bonus Tracks added to the album," said Rosenberg. "Please sit back and enjoy the show."

“Bump Heads,” a collab with 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks that was never released officially, has also showed up on the new edition. Other additions include various live performances and two freestyles. The anniversary release comes not long after Eminem recorded a surprise cameo for Pete Davidson’s last episode of Saturday Night Live, although the sketch was ultimately cut from the broadcast. 

Listen to The Eminem Show’s expanded edition below.