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Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly were a short-lived group fronted by Johnny Edwards, who briefly replaced Lou Gramm in Foreigner (singing over the group’s 1991 release, Uncommon High temperature) and, before that, was an associate of famous drummer Carmine Appice’s best-forgotten ’80s glam-metal outfit, Ruler Kobra. After his short tenure in Foreigner, Edwards set up Royal Jelly, an alt-funk clothing that arrived a recording agreement with Island Information on the effectiveness of an eight-track demonstration. The group’s self-titled debut, made by Matt Wallace (Beliefs FORGET ABOUT), premiered in 1994, however when the record sank from view upon discharge, the group made a decision to contact it quits.

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