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Lover Boy is the sixth studio album by the American recording artist Ariel Pink, under the artist's "Haunted Graffiti" musical project. It is the sixth release in the eponymous series of works.
The album was originally released in 2002 through Ballbearings Pinatas and CD Baby as part of a double-CD set with his previous release, House Arrest. In March 2006, the album was reissued as a single album on CD-R. The reissue includes a slightly different set of tracks from the original album, cutting the songs "Credit" and "One on One" from the line-up and adding the live song, "You Are My Angel".
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