Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

Released 13 February 1989, “Everything Counts (Live)” is the 22nd single (the 16th in the US) by Depeche Mode. It’s a re-released live version of the original “Everything Counts” single from 1983, and the fourth non-album single.


7-inch – UK
Mute – Bong 16 (released 13 February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 6:35
  • B1 Nothing (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:36

12-inch – UK
Mute – 12Bong 16 (released 13 February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:46
  • A2 Nothing (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:42
  • B1 Sacred (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:13
  • B2 A Question Of Lust (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:12

12-inch limited edition – UK
Mute – L12Bong 16 (released 13 February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Bomb The Bass Mix)) 5:32
  • B1 Nothing (Justin Strauss Remix (Zip Hop Mix)) 7:06
  • B2 Strangelove (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Highjack Mix)) 06:33

10-inch numbered limited edition – UK
Mute – L10Bong 16 (two postcards and a sticker included, released 13 February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Absolut Mix (Alan Moulder Mix)) 6:06
  • A2 Everything Counts (Original 1983 12-inch Mix) 7:25
  • B1 Nothing (Justin Strauss Remix Edit (Zip Hop Mix Edit)) 4:02
  • B2 Everything Counts (Original 1983 Reprise) 0:56

7-inch promo – UK
Mute – Bong 16r (released in January or February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988 – Radio Edit) 5:54
  • AA1 Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988 –  Full Version) 6:34

12-inch promo – UK
Mute – P12Bong 16 (released in January or February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Bomb The Bass Mix)) 5:32
  • B1 Everything Counts (Absolut Mix (Alan Moulder Mix)) 6:00

12-inch promo – UK
Mute – PP12Bong 16 (released in January or February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Strangelove (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Highjack Mix)) 06:33
  • B1 Nothing (Justin Strauss Remix Edit (Zip Hop Mix Edit)) 3:57

3-inch CD – UK
Mute – CDBong 16 (released 13 February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  1. Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:47
  2. Nothing (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:41
  3. Sacred (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:13
  4. A Question Of Lust (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:12

3-inch CD limited edition – UK
Mute – LCDBong 16 (special “filofax” packaging, released 13 February 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  1. Everything Counts (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Bomb The Bass Mix)) 5:30
  2. Nothing (Justin Strauss Remix (Zip Hop Mix)) 7:03
  3. Strangelove (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Highjack Remix)) 6:32

12-inch – US
Mute – Sire – 21183-0 (released 21 March 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Bomb The Bass Mix)) 5:25
  • A2 Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:45
  • A3 Nothing (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:42
  • B1 Everything Counts (Absolut Mix (Alan Moulder Mix)) 6:00
  • B2 Sacred (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:13
  • B3 A Question Of Lust (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:13

7-inch – US
Mute – Sire – 7-22993 (released 25 March 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:50
  • B1 Nothing (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:40

7-inch promo – US
Mute – Sire – 7-22993 (released in February or March 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • A1 Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:50
  • B1 Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:50

CD promo – US
Mute – Sire – PRO-CD-3485 (released in February or March 1989)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  1. Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:51
  2. Everything Counts (Absolut Mix (Alan Moulder Mix)) 6:05
  3. Everything Counts (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Bomb The Bass Mix)) 5:29

CD – UK / US
Mute – CD BONG 16 / Mute – Sire – 40331-2 (released in 1992)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  1. Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:47
  2. Nothing (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:42
  3. Sacred (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:14
  4. A Question Of Lust (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:15
  5. Everything Counts (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Bomb The Bass Mix)) 5:32
  6. Strangelove (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Highjack Remix)) 6:32
  7. Everything Counts (Absolut Mix (Alan Moulder Mix)) 6:04

CD – Europe / US
Mute – CD BONG 16X / Mute – Reprise – R2 78892D (released 29 March 2004 / 30 March, as part of the Singles Box 4 and separately)

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  1. Everything Counts (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:48 / 5:48
  2. Nothing (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:42 / 4:35
  3. Sacred (Live in Pasadena 1988) 5:14 / 5:12
  4. A Question Of Lust (Live in Pasadena 1988) 4:15 / 4:12
  5. Everything Counts (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Bomb The Bass Mix)) 5:32 / 5:32
  6. Nothing (Justin Strauss Remix (Zip Hop Mix)) 7:04 / 7:06
  7. Strangelove (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Mix (Highjack Remix)) 6:33 / 6:33
  8. Everything Counts (Absolut Mix (Alan Moulder Mix)) 6:04 / 6:00
  9. Everything Counts (Original 1983 12-inch Mix) 7:22 / 7:31
  10. Nothing (Justin Strauss Remix Edit (Zip Hop Mix Edit)) 4:01 / 3:57
  11. Everything Counts (Original 1983 Reprise) 0:56 / 0:59

Note: “Everything Counts (Live)” was also released commercially on cassette in the US and Asia, in the UK only a promo cassette was released.


Music video – Worldwide
Mute – no catalogue number (directed by D.A. Pennebaker, released in February 1989)

  1. Everything Counts (Live) 5:33

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Live)

  • all tracks written by Martin Gore
  • produced by Daniel Miller, David Bascombe, and Depeche Mode
  • highest chart position 22 (UK)
  • the only single from the live album 101, also appears on the compilation The Singles 86>98
  • 1989 Depeche Mode was Andrew Fletcher, David Gahan, Martin Gore, and Alan Wilder