Bittersweet harmonies are created by tinkling bells in Nicolas Colas' interpretation. As a sound designer on the original, it's in a similarly fragile and textured vein but with a more attention-grabbing fullness. The discomfort builds, and a ticking rhythm keeps time with the surreal, Alice-In-Wonderland symbolism of a grandfather clock. Fraction returns to Infine with a speckled swarm of polyrhythms, clicks bouncing all over the spectrum like a faulty black-and-white film reel. Alien, not quite there.
Belgian up-and-comer Michael Forzza's remix applies the barrenness and earthiness of the original "#5" to a more solid, clubbable 4/4 beat. It breaks nicely, in a sighing suggestion of a big room white noise moment. It doesn't stand up or fit in creatively alongside the others, though, and it's a bit of a shame both for the tune and for the collection as a whole. The Solfeggio version removes the beats from the original, leaving a dirge of dark, occult intoning remaining; truly, modern classical music.