On 6 May 1996, The Cure released their new album entitled Wild Mood Swings. This 14-track double album was recorded with producer Steve Lyon.
On 22 April 1996, The Cure released their new single entitled The 13th, taken from the band's forthcoming double LP Wild Mood Swings. It's backed with three additional new tracks, Adonais, It Used To Be Me and Ocean.
In January 1996, The Cure went to Brazil to play two festivals in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro after 20,000 signature petition.
On 15 December 1995, The Cure did a live perfomance for upcoming MTV Most Wanted show.
On 16 October 1995, new XFM compilation album, entitled 104.9, was released in the United Kingdom. This album features 17 exclusive tracks including The Cure covering David Bowie's Young Americans.
On 27 June 1995, the soundtrack to the movie Judge Dredd was released in the United Kingdom. This album includes new track from The Cure entitled Dredd Song.
The Cure did summer festivals appearances in Greece, Italy, Germany, United Kingdom, Denmark, Belgium, France, Portugal, Switzerland and Spain.
In February 1995, Roger O'Donnell joined The Cure.
Jason Cooper officially joined The Cure.
On 16 November 1994, a limited edition of Lost Wishes was available only via mail order from the Fiction Records. This cassette EP, containing four previously unreleased instrumental tracks, was recorded during the Wish session in Winter 1991.