Mariah - うたかたの日々 (Utakata No Hibi)
Everland Psych - "MARIAH used to be a Japanese outfit in the field of art pop, long way back in the very late 70s and early 80s with 6 albums up their score from 1979 to 1983. The album at hand is the sixth and for the time being last album in this row, released as a double vinyl back in 1983. Prices for original copies, that are at least in very good condition, are hard to find and go up to 250 Euro/USD. The brand new reissue on Everland, unlike the original and the first vinyl reissue from 2015, comes housed in a thick and artfully designed gatefold sleeve with OBI, which finally does justice to the progressive spirit of the music you can find here... An amazingly colorful album with songs that are based on solid substance rather than cheap pop structures. This is music for the bold listeners and music lovers and this awesome reissue should quickly find it’s way into the record collections of 80s synth and art-pop aficionados."
- UV-glossy laminated gatefold sleeve and OBI
- A1 Poster 60x60cm and lyric sheet
- Japanese "Katta" inner-sleeves
- Clear vinyl copies are hand numbered, edition of 400.