Guess the CD Name Part 2

Last week I introduced 3 local CDs and gave you multiple choice options to guess the names.

This week we’re back with 3 more amazing Lancaster County treasures, and a new twist on the game.

I’ll provide you with one word from the actual title of the CD, and you and your creativity can come up with the rest of the title.

Here we go…

The name of this album by international sensation Next of Kin includes the following word:


The name of this album by supergroup Crossroads includes the following word:


and finally…

The name of this album by the infamous Johnny Schrock includes the following word:


Let’s see how close you can come…or how hard you can make me laugh.

Happy guessing!

  • Bill B

    Next of Kin – Camping Indoors
    Crossroads – Tieless and Showing Ankle
    Johnny Shrock – Too Old to Rock & Roll, Too Young to Stop Playing Gospel (I punted on this one)

    • bryanallain

      Bill, did you purposefully not follow the instructions or were my instructions not clear? i don't care either way, just wanted to update things if i wasn't being clear.

      love the Crossroads title.

  • Bill B

    Nah… me not paying close attention…. Sorry.

    • bryanallain

      you never were one to play by the rules, Bill. always trying to be rebellious.

  • Bill B


    Next of Kin – Livin' Like I'm Outdoors While Staying Safely Indoors
    Crossroads – Love Being Tieless and Showing Ankle
    Johnny Shrock – Too Old to Rock & Roll, Too Young to Stop Playing Gospel (I still punted on this one)

  • Nate Blevins

    Next of Kin – Livin’ in the BrokeBack Mountains
    Crossroads – The love of Double Mint gum
    Johnny Shrock – Good old fashion Shrock and roll.

  • Katie

    Next of Kin – Mountain Livin', Worship Givin'
    Crossroads – Love Never Fails, even when your clothes do.
    Johnny Shrock – Old Songs With New Attitude

  • Seth Eaton

    Couldn’t help but notice that one of Johnny Shrock’s cohorts is Floyd Mullet. Any chance this is a relation to the lovely Lena Mullet of “I’ll Meet You in the Morning” fame? Can one family possibly produce that much talent?

  • Staci

    Next of Kin: Campin' like Children; Livin’ like Brothers

    Crossroads: On Matching and Love

    Johnny Shrock: Oldies But Goodies Singin' the Same

  • Claygirlsings

    Next of Kin: Close: Livin' In the Shadow of the Almighty
    Next of Kin: Not-Even: Livin' Like SurvivorMan Until The Tow Truck Arrives

    Crossroads: Close: Boundless Love
    Crossroads: Not-Even: The Dream Team of Love

    Johnny Shrock: Close: Give Me That Old Time Religion
    Johnny Shrock: Not-Even: Old is Better Than Broken English & Bad Hair or The Same Old Stuff From The Past 50 Years

  • Jacob

    Livin in a Painting
    Love and Blues
    Old Hat, New Stool

  • Brett Barner

    Next of Kin: You're Not Livin', Unless You're In Denim
    Crossroads: Make Love, Not Wardrobes
    Johnny Schrock: That Old Time Schrock 'n Roll


  • Ron Davis

    Next of Kin – Livin' in God's Country
    Crossroads – Love Like a Fountain
    Johnny Schrock – Old Country Gospel Favorites

    You do understand that somebody is going to search for these groups, find your site, and be highly offended, right?

  • christianjimmy

    Next of Kin – Livin' with a Fire (Dangerously close to table)
    Crossroads – Love Clothes in the Colour Blue (We just do)
    Johnny Shrock – Old is the New New (Silly songs from my stool)

    (btw in case you're wondering I just enjoy album titles that include a section in brackets. they please me inordinately, so I thought I'd share the blessing!)

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