The single for “57 Channels (And Nothin’ On)” has only a handful of pressings. It’s a minimal amount compared to other Springsteen singles, only five. What is featured below is the U.S. 7″ pressing, which does not come in a picture sleeve but rather a stock Columbia Records paper sleeve. The b-side is “Part Monkey Part Man.”
There are only one other 7″ pressing of the single; a Dutch/Euro pressing. It comes in a picture sleeve and has “57 Channels (Little Steven Mix Version 1)” on the b-side. There are three 12″ pressings for the single; a U.S., general European and Spanish. The Euro and Spanish pressings have the same cover art but the track listing is different between them. The Euro pressing has all remixes of the single and oddly has the LP version of the single as the last track on the record. A1 track is “57 Channels (And Nothin’ On) (Little Steven Mix Version 1),” A2 track is “57 Channels (And Nothin’ On) (Little Steven Mix Version 2)” and the B1 track is “57 Channels (And Nothin’ On) (There’s A Riot Goin’ On).” The track listing for the Spanish pressing is actually titled 57 Channels (And Nothin’ On) (The Remixes). It has all the same songs as the Euro pressing, but does not have the LP version of “57 Channels (And Nothin’ On)” anywhere on it. Instead, the last track (B2) is “Part Monkey Part Man.”
The U.S. 12″ pressing has exclusive artwork, which is basically the same as all the other vinyl pressings except it’s baby blue along the right side instead of red and has a black border/text box along the bottom of the sleeve. The U.S. 12″ pressing is also titled as 57 Channels (And Nothin’ On) (The Remixes). The U.S. 12″ pressing has the same track listing as the Spanish 12″ pressing.