Time to Move

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Time to Move
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 2, 2010 (2010-11-02)
Genre Pop, dance
Label Interscope
Blake McGrath chronology
Time to Move
Love Revolution
Singles from Time to Move
  1. "The Night (Only Place to Go)"
    Released: 2010
  2. "Relax"
    Released: 2010
  3. "Stage Fright"
    Released: 2011
  4. "Love Sick"
    Released: 2011
  5. "Burn the Floor"
    Released: 2011

Time to Move is the first studio album by Canadian singer Blake McGrath. It was released in Canada on November 2, 2010. Five singles were released from the album.


Track listing

1."Time to Move" (Intro)Alex "Pilzbury" Vujic1:14
2."Relax"Alex "Pilzbury" Vujic
Written by: Ryan Kowarski
Dan Kowarski
Adam Alexander
3."The Night (Only Place to Go)"Dan "Spinz" Forrest
Written by: Blake McGrath
Jonathan "JDiggz" Poirier
4."Penthouse" (featuring Trish)Alex "Pilzbury" Vujic3:24
5."Stage Fright"Dan "Spinz" Forrest
Written by: Andres R. Gill Jr.
Zachary E. Maxey
6."Love Sick"Dan "Spinz" Forrest3:39
7."Runway"Dan "Spinz" Forrest
Luther A. Brown
8."You Got It"Dan "Spinz" Forrest3:22
9."Hate the Rain"Dan "Spinz" Forrest
Andres R. Gill Jr.
Zachary E. Maxey
Alexandra Kane
Omar Lunan
10."Burn the Floor"Richard Singh2:48
11."Turn It Up"Luther A. Brown
Richard Miranda
12."Don't Stress"Dan "Spinz" Forrest
Written by: Jenson Vaughan
13."Lullaby"Alex "Pilzbury" Vujic3:35

Other Credits

Stage Fright Tour

In Spring of 2011 McGrath toured throughout Canada at 25 different venues under the tour name Stage Fright Tour.


Canadian Albums Chart

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