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Found this while rummaging around for new stuff.

Haven't seen it before, and don't have a clue.

1 - Fresh fish and lamb from Korea

2 - Korean literature from the same church leader

3 - A wild bonfire

4 - Freddy the Queen

5 - The other missile in the cuban crisis

6 - It started with a riff, the one from Pinball Wizard

7 - Large addition to Stewart Copeland's drumkit

What are these seven things and why? what do they represent in the order persented?

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I thought I had it too from #1, #3 and #4, but then I am not so certain after trying for the others.

Here's what I have:

1 - Sun Myung Moon (Sun, or Moon)

2 - Divine Principle

3 - Mars Bonfire (Mars)

4 - Freddie Mercury (Mercury)

5 - ? Castro, Kennedy, ICBM, IRBM?

6 - ? The Who, or Tommy ?

7 - ? The Police or Sting?

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Okay, I thought I knew why they were in order. Now that I really do, getting all seven was a piece of cake. Should I post the answers in a spoiler?

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I agree. Spent all night on this one and can't get past where I was. Thought it might be the planets, but don't see how it fits. Also thought it might be gods of a myth, but not fleshing that out either.

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1. I have no idea. The answer here must be Sun as it is the origin of Sunday and it also fits as the first name 'Sun Myung Moon' that's hinted to in question 2.

2. Again, not really sure. But I hear 'Korean' and 'church leader', and I think 'Sun Myung Moon'

3. Mars Bonfire was in Steppenwolf, most famous for their song 'Born to be Wild'

4. Freddie Mercury

5. The missiles were 'Jupiter' missiles.

6. The song 'Venus' from 'Shocking Blue' starts with a riff borrowed from 'Pinball Wizard'.

7. In the video 'Walking on the Moon', Stewart Copeland strikes his drumsticks on a Saturn V moon rocket.

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