NRK P3 Pyro

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NRK P3 Pyro is a Norwegian internet-based music radio station within the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, which profiles itself with the "hardest parts" of rock music, "from The Who to Morbid Angel". [1] The channel had its origin in NRK P3. Leaders of the radio station are Asbjørn Slettemark and Totto Mjelde.


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