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  • Audio CD (26 May 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sub Pop
  • ASIN: B00IY30L7W
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 74,452 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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  4. The Kudzu and the Concrete 3:33£0.99  Buy MP3 
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  6. What's Good and Gone 4:26£0.99  Buy MP3 
  7. We Dare Defend Our Rights 3:08£0.99  Buy MP3 
  8. Flags! 2:23£0.99  Buy MP3 
  9. Mississippi Bottomland 4:47£0.99  Buy MP3 
10. Dirt Track 4:50£0.99  Buy MP3 

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Red on Black TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 May 2014
Format: Audio CD
Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires are to be located in a proud linage of Southern Rock that stands in the tradition of the Allman Brothers to the Drive by Truckers. There first album "There is a bomb in Gilead" tickled this reviewers fancy not least soul stews like "Opelika" and the gentle alt country of "Roebuck County". Bains new album "De-reconstructed" is an altogether noisier and scuzzy affair somewhat akin to being hit over the head with a pool cue in a bar room fight. Here the bass is way down in the mix and guitars are so ragged that that they could chop wood. First track up "Company Man" takes no prisoners and would rouse the local environmental health department out of its lethargy if played on high volume. If anything the title track is even louder with echoes of the souther R&B of the Black Crowes and demonstrating real fire in the belly of this band. In this uproarious mix the band ponder the troubling question of what is the modern Southern Identity, the dichotomy of magnolia sweetness and meth labs. In songs like the ferocious "Burnpiles, Swimming holes" they come across like a mix of vintage Rolling Stones and the Stooges. When the whole thing slows down and takes a pause at the sixth track "Whats good and gone" its almost a blessed relief to pause for breath although that ignores the brilliant pile driving "The Weed Downtown" which immediately precedes it and is an album standout.

"Flags" is designed to revisit the turbulent hot spots of Southern history not least the journey from the antebellum South to women's clinic bombings. It is a rough and tumble, almost punk rock three minute anthem of a wonderful cacophony of noise.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David J. Kelly VINE VOICE on 15 Dec. 2014
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firstly, I don't like the production on this album, especially listening to it on my iPhone as it sounds too muddy. The CD sounds much better, so be warned, listen on good equipment. This is the kind of Southern Rock I like loud, lyrically aware and with that little bit of a country soul feel. This is this band's second album and here they channel the Clash and the Replacements compared to their less raucous debut. The lyrics are still great, not anodyne but full of meaning and a particular Southern progressive sensibility giving you an album with references and influences that tell you that it comes from Alabama. Lee Bains lyrics express his affection for his home state but also what he would change about it, so you have the acerbic, Flags and We Dare Defend Our Rights paired with the more nostalgic The Kudzu and the Concrete and The Weeds Downtown. All songs written by someone who has an affection for his homeland while understanding the weight of its history and the effect that has on its present.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robin Sheppard on 10 Mar. 2015
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One of the new Southern Rock artists, Mr Bains and his band fire up music that links back to loads of 70s Southern rockers while sounding utterly fresh and up to date. The whole thing rocks like a ******. The lyrics meanwhile comment on life in the South with acerbic wit and fire.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James on 5 Sept. 2014
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Sounds like a good album with some good tunes - always liked a bit of raw southern rock. However, the (downloaded mp3) production is so bad that it just sounds like about 10 telecasters with the treble and volume turned to11 - I guess there are some vocals buried in there somewhere. Who ever decided to produce it like this must be crazy!. listened to it once got a headache and haven't bothered since. A really shame - was looking forward to the album especially after the write up in Guitarist mag. Would return it if I could but you can't with downloads. These guys need to realise that most people listen to this on portable devices and in cars. Gave it 3 stars but was hovering over the 2 stars as well.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires - Flags and Grits 28 May 2014
By Red on Black - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires are to be located in a proud linage of Southern Rock that stands in the tradition of the Allman Brothers to the Drive by Truckers. There first album "There is a bomb in Gilead" tickled this reviewers fancy not least soul stews like "Opelika" and the gentle alt country of "Roebuck County". Bains new album "De-reconstructed" is an altogether noisier and scuzzy affair somewhat akin to being hit over the head with a pool cue in a bar room fight. Here the bass is way down in the mix and guitars are so ragged that that they could chop wood. First track up "Company Man" takes no prisoners and would rouse the local environmental health department out of its lethargy if played on high volume. If anything the title track is even louder with echoes of the souther R&B of the Black Crowes and demonstrating real fire in the belly of this band. In this uproarious mix the band ponder the troubling question of what is the modern Southern Identity, the dichotomy of magnolia sweetness and meth labs. In songs like the ferocious "Burnpiles, Swimming holes" they come across like a mix of vintage Rolling Stones and the Stooges. When the whole thing slows down and takes a pause at the sixth track "Whats good and gone" its almost a blessed relief to pause for breath although that ignores the brilliant pile driving "The Weed Downtown" which immediately precedes it and is an album standout.

"Flags" is designed to revisit the turbulent hot spots of Southern history not least the journey from the antebellum South to women's clinic bombings. It is a rough and tumble, almost punk rock three minute anthem of a wonderful cacophony of noise. Finally the swampy "Mississippi Brother-land" shows that Mr Bains knows his Patterson Hood songbook well, whilst the last song "Dirt Track" is a funky old thing with a bit of a Tumbling Dice vibe thrown in for good measure. "De-reconstructed" is a nasty, noisy album full of heat and burning light conclusively demonstrating that the South will rise again. If you like your rock 'n' roll as dirty as a NFL game in a thunderstorm stop here.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
One of the Best of 2014...BUY IT NOW!!! 28 May 2014
By Jeff J - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Over the last several weeks, I've been finding a lot of really great new music...some from artists new to me, some from artists that, I've been listening to for years. This album falls into the first category. This afternoon, I read a post from the Drive-By Truckers', Patterson Hood declaring the greatness of this brand new disk. I read the article and immediately went about looking for this one to see what all of the hub-ub was about.
From the opening chords of "The Company Man" to the closing crash of feedback in "Dirt Track", Dereconstructed exceeded all expectations. This may be the greatest testament to the Southern man, since the Drive-By Truckers' "Southern Rock Opera", released 13 years ago, mixing a healthy dose of 70's-style Southern Rock, with a healthy dose of ferocious punk rock delivery . BUY IT...You won't be disappointed!!!

Favorite tracks so far:
"The Company Man"
"Dereconstructed"
"Burnpiles, Swimming Holes"
"Dirt Track"
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Play it LOUD 14 Jun. 2014
By mkraine - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Play it really really loud. Outstanding record with great songwriting and guitar work. Yeah... the vocals are a bit far back in the mix and the distortion significant... all is right with the world when you turn it way way up... the whole recording opens up. summer soundtrack with the windows down driving too fast. these guys are one mix from being the biggest thing since sliced bread... if they want to be.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Really good 9 Jun. 2014
By Awesome Sound - Published on Amazon.com
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I heard about this album by reading the profile on The Bitter Southerner, which is definitely worth a look. The songs are brilliant. The energy is off the charts. The only reason I don't give 5 stars is because, as others have noted, the vocals are so low in the mix that one wonders if it's a mistake. Still, this is a really, really good album.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Just what we need 30 May 2014
By Looker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great, great record full of fantastic songs. Production leaves a bit to be desired, and the only thing keeping it from being a 5 star review is that the guitars are so loud the vocals are buried... they also seem overly hairy, but that's nitpicking. 'The Kudzu and the Concrete' is the high point for me.
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