"Special #1" suprised me for a number of reasons, primarily the fact that Victor Calderone's techno remix of "Push It" is actually decent - great, even. To me, a good remix should be able to stand on its own as a strong song, and this one does just that. I can easily imagine it being played at a club or rave, and it has a scratchy, raw feel that few techno remixes can claim. But what really sells this disc is the acoustic version of "Medication", a song that I continually skipped past on "Version 2.0" but which stands out beautifully here. Consisting of just Shirley Manson's thin but earnest voice, a guitar, and a piano, the song has a delightfully minimalist feel, and it gives the song a much more emotional feel than the original. And of course, "Special" is a great single no matter how it's mixed, and rounds out an overall great CD single. A must-have for fans.