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|Time to Fly|
|Studio album by Sea of Green|
|Label|| The Music Cartel |
Rise Above Records
|Sea of Green chronology|
Time to Fly was the first full-length album from Toronto-based rock band Sea of Green, released on the Music Cartel label in 2001. The album was produced by 1970s producer Nick Blagona who has worked with the likes of Deep Purple, The Police, and Rush amongst others.
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