On 7 December 1987, The Cure released a special limited edition of their double album Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me featuring an extra six track mini LP. This bonus records contains tracks previously available as B-sides: A Japanese Dream, Breathe, A Chain Of Flowers, Sugar Girl, Snow In Summer, and a new remixed version of Icing Sugar. 15,000 copies were pressed in lurid orange vinyl with the catalogue number FIXHA 13.
On 12 November 1987, The Cure In Orange was released on VHS in the United Kingdom.
The European leg The Kissing Tour started on 22 October 1987 in Norway, taking in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, France, Switzerland, Spain, Italy and England, culminating with a brilliant performance at Wembley Arena on 9 December 1987.
On 5 October 1987, The Cure released a new single Just Like Heaven, taken from their Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me album. The flip side is Snow In Summer while the 12inch has the extra track Sugar Girl. Both are previously unavailable new songs.
The Kissing Tour started on 9 July 1987 in Vancouver, Canada.
On 22 June 1987, The Cure released a new single Catch, taken from their Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me album. It's backed with a previously unreleased track entitled Breathe. The 12inch additionally contains another previously unavailable song A Chain Of Flowers.
On 22 May 1987, The Cure released a new album entitled Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me.
On 24 April 1987, The Cure performed Why Can't I Be You? and Catch on the last ever episode of Channel 4's The Tube, with Roger O'Donnell joining the line-up on keyboards for the first time.
On 6 April 1987, The Cure released their first single for over a year. Why Can't I Be You? is taken from the band's forthcoming double LP Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me and it's backed with a previously unreleased track entitled A Japanese Dream. The 12inch will feature extended and remixed version of both songs.
The South American Tour started on 17 March 1987 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.