Now's your chance to experience the wildness of Benjamin Diamond's scratching by picking up the DJ's greatest tunes in this 2-CD set. Hailing from France under the name Benjamin Cohen, Diamond started his career off as a punk rocker, playing guitar with bands like El Destroyo, Sister Double Happiness and on numerous compilations, before finally hitting it big by teaming up with Thomas Bangalater of Daft Punk in Stardust's Music Sounds Better With You. Realizing that he had great potential as a mixer and vocalist, Cohen changed his name to the more illustrious Diamond and released his first album Strange Attitude in 2001. Tying in with his Asian tour comes the Limited Edition, including an extra disc that features B-sides, video clips and remixes - but, as everyone knows, bonus features can't make up for a terrible album, with Diamond's first recording sounding like a perfect clone of fellow French band Air. Filled with pretentious lyrics, overused bass lines and numerous repetitions, the album seems only suited to yuppie-types and brainless supermodels - ironically, the majority of which frequented his gig. Numerous critics have praised his singing on former recordings (which we acknowledge and agree with), but here it sounds monotonous and dull, lacking the passion that Diamond had in his former bands. And while the album has also received acclaim for Diamond's wide repertoire of talent, with him playing the majority of keyboards and guitar, we refuse to chalk up the instruments as one of his "gifts", mainly due to the fact that he just isn't any good at playing either one of them. Don't bother with this; pick up something by Daft Punk, Phoenix or Air instead.