This effect can be enhanced by certain sounds, such as the singing of the backup band known as the Mercy Killers, and more recently Antoine seems to have learned to enhance the effect with recorded music. Eventually, the Tinkerer improved the Hustler's technology so that, in addition to the hypnotic suggestions, the Hustler could create hallucinagenic images in the mind of the hypnotized targets. The Tinkerer once provided him with a transmitter that could be placed on a target so that Antoine could hypnotize them from a distance.
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The tiny Bandera record label was launched in in Chicago, where it was over-shadowed by the Windy City's giant indie labels Chess and Vee-Jay. The label was run on a shoestring by the mother and son team of Violet Muszynski and Bernie Harville. They never had an office but ran the label from their home at West 34th Place. In the early days, Bernie took a job as a bus driver to help make ends meet.
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