When you think about France, what's the first thing you think of? Is it a man with a pencil thin mustache wearing a beret and striped shirt eating a baguette? Is it the Eiffel Tower? Maybe a lovely young lady riding one of those old timey bikes through a pastoral field? These are all wrong. The first thing you should think of when you think of France is Kickback, the hardcore band from Paris formed in 1991. They're hard. They've released five albums, including 2009's I Surrender. The cover of the album is a white K in a red rendering of France, which is an homage to the 1998 film Seuls Contre Tous(or I Stand Alone in English) by Gaspar Noé. This original two-sided Kickback shirt, in deadstock condition, features the album art on the back with a very direct nod to the Gaspar Noé movie on the front.