Hallo Hallo (Ace of Base song)

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"Hallo Hallo"
Single by Ace of Base
from the album Singles of the 90s
ReleasedApril 10, 2000
Songwriter(s)Jonas Berggren
Ace of Base singles chronology
"C'est la Vie (Always 21)"
"Hallo Hallo"
"Beautiful Morning"

"Hallo Hallo" was the third single from Ace of Base's greatest hits record Singles of the 90s. The song was released in April 2000 in Germany, Spain, and Scandinavia. The song was also featured on their greatest hits: Greatest Hits (2008 Ace of Base album).

The song appeared in the American Adam Sandler film You Don't Mess with the Zohan.


The song was originally recorded with lead vocals by Jonas for Cruel Summer and Flowers. According to Jonas, "it wasn't ready in time." The song was re-recorded with Jenny and Linn on lead vocals for Singles of the 90s. The Hitvision Remix of Hallo Hallo was meant to be a single from Greatest Hits with yet again re-recorded vocals, this time with Jenny almost completely taking over lead vocal duties. A sample of the song appeared on the band's American web page, retitled Hello Hello, yet the inclusion and single release was canceled when Arista head Clive Davis insisted that "Everytime It Rains" be remixed and released instead.

Release dates[edit]

  • Japan, September 1999 (LP Version)
  • Germany, April 10, 2000 (Hitvision Radio Edit)
  • Scandinavia, April 10, 2000 (Radio Version)
  • Spain, Spring 2000 (XTM Radio Edit)


CD Single

  1. Hallo Hallo (Radio Version)
  2. Hallo Hallo (Hitvision Radio Edit)

CD Maxi/German Maxi

  1. Hallo Hallo (Radio Version)
  2. Hallo Hallo (Hitvision Radio Edit)
  3. Hallo Hallo (Original Version)
  4. Hallo Hallo (Dub)


CD Maxi

  1. Hallo Hallo (Xtm Full Remix)
  2. Hallo Hallo (Xtm Dub Remix)
  3. Hallo Hallo (Xtm Radio Remix)
  4. Hallo Hallo (Hitvision Radio Edit)

Official Versions/Remixes[edit]

  • Album Version
  • Radio Version
  • Hitvision Radio Edit
  • XTM Radio Remix
  • XTM Full Remix
  • XTM Dub Remix
  • Dub


Chart Peak
Finnish Singles Chart 12
German Singles Chart 99
Romanian Singles Chart 3
Romanian Airplay Chart 17
Spanish Singles Chart 21