|Time of My Life|
|Studio album by George Fox|
|Label||Warner Music Canada|
|George Fox chronology|
Time of My Life is the fifth studio album by Canadian country music artist George Fox. It was released by Warner Music Canada in 1995. The album peaked at number 4 on the RPM Country Albums chart and was certified gold by the CRIA.
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|Canadian RPM Country Albums||4|
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