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This second album from the Hoosiers is being touted as a more low-key affair than its predecessor, which is a relief considering their 2007 debut was so daffily upbeat, you risked altitude sickness listening to it.
For connoisseurs of daffily gratuitous movie moments, however, "Indecent Proposal" does offer some gems.
Nevertheless, Mad shaped generations of creative sensibilities, as proved by the more than 30 artists who pay affectionate homage to its daffily iconic images at East Atlanta's self-styled lowbrow gallery.
Stanley also describes another eye-popper: "A 1968 Nixon ad reveling in Democratic Party chaos, for instance, is a wordless montage of the Chicago convention, Vietnam and civil unrest, set to a daffily jaunty rendition of 'Happy Days Are Here Again.'