Hello Hello (Swap Shop Theme)

Album: single release only (1981)


  • Multi-Coloured Swap Shop was a UK children's TV series that ran from October 1976 to March 1982. The largely instrumental "Hello Hello (Swap Shop Theme)" was not its original theme song, but the B-side of "I Wanna Be A Winner", credited to Brown Sauce. It was written by B.A. Robertson and released in 1981. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England

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