Chemise ‎– She Can't Love You

Emergency Records ‎– EMDS 6528
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

Companies, etc.



Rickie Rock Tim Music (BMI)
Emergency Music (ASCAP)
Produced for Muldrow Rock Productions
© ℗ 1982 Emergency Records
Manufactured and distributed by Emergency Records & Filmworks, Inc.
Made in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched A-Side): EMDS-6528-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched B-Side): EMDS-6528-B
  • Other (Stamped both sides): MASTERING BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE NEW YORK
  • Other (Etched both sides, with a smiley face): Herbie Jr
  • Other (Etched both sides, Pressing Plant ID): SMK

Other Versions (5 of 23) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
45.89 Chemise She Can't Love You(7") High Fashion Music, Dureco Benelux 45.89 Netherlands 1982 Sell This Version
EMDS 6528 Chemise She Can't Love You(12", Unofficial) Emergency Records (2) EMDS 6528 US 2006 Sell This Version
EMS 4528 Chemise She Can't Love You(7") Emergency Records EMS 4528 US 1982 Sell This Version
XPD 2107 Chemise She Can't Love You(12") Emergency Records XPD 2107 South Africa 1982 Sell This Version
EMDS 6528 Chemise She Can't Love You(12", Promo) Emergency Records EMDS 6528 US 1982 Sell This Version


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December 28, 2018
This is a track that deserves it‘s rank as a definitive boogie classic of the 80s. It was always special since I heard it for the first time back in 1982/1983 over here in Germany. Another track that was ALWAYS played in the same night was Sinnamon‘s “Thanks to you“. F***, get me back to yesterday’s party nights. I really need a time machine.


June 18, 2018
anybody charging over $50 for this is cuckoo crazy!!! this is not a rare record!!!


May 24, 2018
Decent track, but very much over-hyped in it's genre. There are FAR BETTER boogie-funk records from this era that barely get a mention.


September 3, 2017

This original release can be distinguished from the reissues/bootlegs by a few characteristics. While the original has a color-gradient label-background with a light green/grey undertone the reissues have plain black background. The text alignment is different as the original has a full line-spacing between "Records & Filmworks Inc." and "Chemise". On the reissues there is only a 1-2 milimeter spacing. Also the original says "33 1/3 RPM" and the reissues say "331/3 RPM". The lower round-text ends next to "Vocal" on the originals while it ends at the height of "RPM" on the reissues.


July 14, 2017
So.... is there any of the older older presses that sounds good other than the OG?


March 15, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
It's 2017. And prices are going stupid again. More money than ... ??


April 5, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

One of my most favourite records I own. Works really well in a club setting for an emotional break in between house beats. Played by Gerd Janson and other house heads.

As for sound quality: I own both the OG copy and 2016 repress and maybe it's my mind tricking me (nostalgia bs), but I feel like the OG press sounds warmer.


February 14, 2016
Robotic Disco add to genre note to self is it worth it, probably not...


July 4, 2012
Great classic 1982 track. Everything just blends together.


January 19, 2011
Great classic r&b song from back in the day.