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Ten Years After released their first record for Deram Records in 1967. Their second album, 1968's Undead, highlighted Alvin Lee's lightning-fast guitar licks and yielded the hit single "I'm Going Home." Their sound ranged from British blues and blues rock to jazz rock, settling for a more hard rock sound on their later albums. Their biggest hit "I'd Love to Change the World" was released on 1972's A Space in Time.