Fracas for Men has NOTHING to do with Fracas, the original. As per reviews and posts here in BaseNotes, it seems Piguet was licensed to another company with a different business concept in mind. Piguet was later re licensed or sold, the point being, the new company decided to relaunch the original protfolio of frgarances according to the original business concept, this meaning, manufacturing and marketing high-quality fragrances.
IMHO, Fracas for men is very much alike to Lomani Lomani pour Homme (1987), except that this last one has very evident citric / lemon notes in the top and mid notes. In the case of Fracas, the blend includes spices and, somehow, leather. It is a good scent, with very cheap packaging, very inexpensive, and in my opinion, good smelling. I think it might be liked among those with a "no-frills" attitude toward scents. Now, if you are alooking for an original, complex, sillage-wise scent with remarkable longevity, you might as well look somewhere else.
This is a subtle, gentlemanly, restrained, and very traditional fragrance, somewhow old-school.