He's looked on as a 'chirpy Cockney' - even by the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles and Albums.
What does GBBHS stand for?
GBBHS stands for Guinness Book of British Hit Singles
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To quote from the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles And Albums: "Shares with The Beatles (60s) and Elton John (70s) the distinction of being the most successful UK singles chart performer of a decade.
In the UK alone, Shaky has charted 33 top 40 hit singles and he is the UK's 16th highest selling artist in the history of the charts and, according to the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles and Albums, the Eighties' best singles act, beating Michael Jackson and Duran Duran.
WHERE IT ALL BEGAN: Disco first took off back in 1974, says Paul Gambaccini, co-author of The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles and presenter of Radio 2's America's Greatest Hits show.
In 2002, his talent for selling large quantities of plastic was rewarded with the 'Number One Gold Award' granted by the producers of the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles.
David Roberts, editor of the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles, said: 'I think the single will disappear because if people love an artist they buy the album if they just like one track the best way to get it is download it.
Michelle (left) who received ten million votes in the Pop Idol contest, will enter The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles after her single outsold the former number one, Mad World, by four singles to one.
The Editor of the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles, David Roberts, said he believes Westlife could take the title.