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"Time to Rock" is the debut single by Italian DJ/producer Gabry Ponte featuring Italian singer Stefania Piovesan. It became a hit in Italy, Spain and Germany. The single was later released in the United States in December 2002 by MCA Records.

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US Billboard Hot Dance Breakouts (Maxi-Singles Sales)3

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