REGULATIONS was a short-lived, not-quite-realized AOR supergroup centered around vocalist Paul Rodgers (Free of charge, Bad Business, the Company) and drummer Kenney Jones (the tiny Faces, the Encounters, latter-day Who). Both teamed up with the thought of using different helping musicians, to be able to enable Rodgers to go after whatever musical design he sensed like. They constructed a core music group of studio music artists, including guitarist John Staehely and bassist Pino Palladino, and arrived guest areas from guitarists like David Gilmour, Bryan Adams, and Chris Rea. Sick and tired of being a major source of materials (as he generally had been before), Rodgers also made a decision to rely chiefly on outdoors contributions (from famous brands Adams, Rea, Def Leppard’s Phil Collen, and Benny Mardones, amongst others). The group hardly ever really jelled, and the only real Law recording — a self-titled work released in 1991 — had not been all that well-known. Ironically, its single strike — the rock-radio chart-topper “SETTING UP regulations” — was penned by Rodgers; the recording also included the first documenting of Collen’s “Miss You inside a Heartbeat,” later on popular for Def Leppard. Confronted with generally unsatisfactory results, nevertheless, Rodgers and Jones laid regulations to rest.