Mariah Carey Just Booked Your Weekend With Remix EPs of 'Someday' and 'There's Got To Be a Way'

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Mariah Carey photographed in 1990.

The two mini-albums feature hard-to-find and unreleased versions of songs from her debut.

Mariah Carey continued her #MC30 celebration of her three decades of hits on Friday (July 24) with the release of remix EPs of "Someday" and "There's Got To Be a Way," featuring hard-to-find and unreleased makeovers of the tracks from her 1990 self-titled debut album.

Though "Someday" is a Lambily favorite, "Way" was only released as a single in the UK, so the five mixes of the track are a revelation.

Both EPS mix hard-to-find remixes with unreleased versions, with "Someday" offering up eight varieties, including a 7" Jackswing" take, as well as the "New 12" House Mix," "Pianoapercaplla," "House Dub" and "New Jack Bonus Beats."

The five-track "Got To Be a Way" EP includes a 7" and 12" remix, as well as a "Vocal Dub," "Alt. Vocal Dub" and "Sample Dub" mix.

It's already been a great week for the Carey Nation, with a video snapshot from the past dropping on Thursday (July 23) featuring a 20-year-old Mariah warming up her vocals with her backup singers by running through "All In Your Mind." Last week, Carey released a digital EP featuring her first live performance from New York's Club Tatou in Oct. 1990.

Check out all the remixes below.

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