Mini Sound Track is a soundtrack album for the 2010 video game No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. It was released on October 21, 2010 bundled with the Hopper's Edition of the game in Japan. The soundtrack features seven alternate versions and remixes of music heard in Desperate Struggle, as well as an original composition and the background music used in the game's premier trailer. Featured performers on the EP include Akira Yamaoka, NEUTRINO, HONDALADY, The Riot -Ikari no Jūdai-, DJ Hapio and Missile Chewbuck (R).


Coinciding with the delayed release of Desperate Struggle in Japan, a second "Hopper's Edition" package of the game was made available in the region.[1] This edition features a number of bonus material including Mini Sound Track, in addition to the film No More Heroes 1.5, No More Magazine, and in some cases, Erotica Comic.[1]

Track listingEdit

  1. "Mini Game" (SubutaRemix) – 3:01
  2. "Dose of Innocence" (Soprano Recorder ver.) – 1:25
  3. "Philistine" (Us ver.) – 4:32
  4. "Feet on the Air" (ver. μ) – 2:25
  5. "Titanium Batt" (ver. v) – 1:39
  6. "Travesty" (E3 2009 ver.) – 1:19
  7. "No More No" (vocal off) – 5:51
  8. "Titanium Batt" (J.B. Tim Tim Remix) – 4:12
  9. "Bizarre Jelly 5 Intro" – 1:00


  • Akira Yamaoka – performance (track 1, track 8)
  • NEUTRINO – performance (track 2, track 4, track 5, track 6, track 8)
  • Hondalady – performance (track 3)
  • DJ Hapio – performance (track 3)
  • Nadia Gifford – vocals (track 3)
  • Missile Chewbuck (R) – performance (track 4)
  • The Riot -Ikari no Jūdai- – performance (track 7)


  1. 1.0 1.1 Japanese No More Heroes 2 "Hopper's Edition" fills in story gaps. Dany Argueta. Neoseeker. July 15, 2010.

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