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Rachel Goodrich's Got a Gift for You! Win a Copy of Her New Self-Titled Sophomore Album

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It's called an "out-of-control crush."

Lately, we here at Crossfade have been totally and shamelessly agog over Miami's weird and whimsical Rachel Goodrich. We've gushed about her "twisted, jaunty tune 'Light Bulb'" and its "whimsy-laced lyrics." We've stomped around the office to the tune of "G-Dino." And we've chatted the lady up about her adventures in La La Land.

Now Rachel is returning our affections with a gift: Three free copies of her new self-titled sophomore album, officially out today. But since we've already got a copy, we've decided to share the love.

To win one of these precious packages, all you've gotta do is send a very simple little wish out into the ether of the internet and hope you're one of the lucky ones.

In other words, log into your Twitter account and retweet the following 107-character message:

RT for a chance to win the new s/t album from @Rachel_Goodrich! More info here: http://bit.ly/h9tjiy #rachelgoodrich

And we'll let you know by Saturday, if your crush is out-of-control enough to make you a winner.

Rachel Goodrich's self-titled sophomore album is out now via her own label, Yellow Bear Records.

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