It's Not a 'Daydream,' Mariah Carey Just Dropped Four Remix EPs

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Mariah Carey performs onstage during the 2018 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Oct. 9, 2018 in Los Angeles.

The 'Fantasy,' 'Always Be My Baby,' 'One Sweet Day' and 'Underneath the Stars' EPs are all from the "Daydream" era.

Another Friday (Aug. 14), another clutch of Mariah Carey goodies. The singer just dropped four remix EPs from the 1995 Daydream era as part of the ongoing #MC30 celebration of her three decades in the game and the Lambily will not be disappointed.

The mini-albums include an 11-track "Fantasy" remix collection, which includes the O.D.B.-blessed original, plus a "Bad Boy" mix, "Puffy's Club" mix, as well as an 11-minute "Def Club" mix and a "Live at Madison Square Garden" version from the year of the album's release.

You can also dig into the nine tracks on the "Always Be My Baby" collection, including a 10-minute "Always Club" David Morales take, the original featuring Da Brat and Xscape and a "Live at Madison Square Garden."

Then there's the four-track "One Sweet Day" EP, with a "Chucky's" remix of the song featuring Boyz II Men, two a cappella versions and a live from MSG take. Finish things off with the three-track "Underneath the Stars" EP, with a "Drifting" remix minus the rap and a "Sweet" a cappella version.

Listen to the EPs, as well as a performance of "Open Arms" on Top of the Pops in 1996, below.