Welcome To BAR also had a rhythmic suppleness, which Wolf Müller exploits best on his remix of "BAR Theme." A cascade of slow African polyrhythms, the track is light as perfume, and its whistling synth melody lingers pleasantly. Of the four songs here, it's the only one that taps into BAR's gently eccentric persona. Pharaohs' remix of "Anjali Reverse" is a quiet jangle of acoustic guitars and slippery sax riffs, held together by soft bass notes and not much else. Over this version of "Anjali Reverse," Irrgang's voice sounds even more like a lullaby.
Orson and Diva Dompé slow down BAR's music, but the latter's work on "Adios" is most interesting. (Orson's hesitant changes to "Dexy's Alrobe"'s arrangement are little more than cosmetic.) Irrgang and Croon's outstretched vowels float on "Adios" as if in water, and the rest of Dompé's remix unwinds in the same way, turning the original's sprightly synth pop strut into a mesmerising Balearic drift.