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|Born||1961 (age 52–53)
Middleton, Lancashire, England
|Labels||Mynah Records, Imaginary Records, Virgin Records|
|Associated acts||Judge Happiness,
The Mock Turtles
Coogan's first professional music role was in 1985, as the singer for Judge Happiness. After leaving Judge Happiness, Coogan led indie rock band The Mock Turtles (best known for their 1991 song "Can You Dig It?", which was re-released in 2003).
Coogan was presenter of the breakfast show on The Revolution in Oldham until the station was bought by Steve Penk, who took over the show himself. In October 2008, he joined Phil Beckett in presenting the regular late programme 'Radio Republic' on 103.6FM Tameside Radio.
- "Vibe Recording Studios". Retrieved 31 July 2014.
- "Judge Happiness– Hey Judge". Discogs. Portland, United States: Zink Media, Inc. 1985. Retrieved 30 June 2012.
- Glendinning, Mike (20 December 2002). "Middleton's best-known band set to return". Middleton Guardian. Oldham: Men Media. Retrieved 30 June 2012.
- "Filmography by TV series for Martin Coogan". Internet Movie Database. 15 October 2001. Retrieved 30 June 2012.
- Martin Coogan at the Internet Movie Database
- Martin Coogan discography at Discogs
- Vibe Recording Studios
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