Unlike many other post-rock albums, Ctrlaltdelete let fly from the start with a powerful, triumphant crescendo of guitars. Then they ease down for a moment before hammering out the guitars again with a power that seems difficult to comprehend for a mere three-piece band. The superbly-titled 'All Our Greatest Moments In Sepia' may sound like a Mogwai track and there's easy comparisons to be made as the slow parts ache like the Scottish act at their most forlorn. In the last few years it's fair to say there have been a number of records which follow a similar formula to 'Mondegreens'; a formula in which guitars range from the subtle and chiming to the downright apocalyptic. However, the regular key changes and tempo shifts ensure that interest is maintained.