Released Wish, which became their top charting album of all time.
Released The Head on the Door, their US breakthrough album
Released synth-pop single "Let's Go To Bed," a major shift in their sound
Released their debut album, Three Imaginary Boys, with Fiction Records.
Popular songs include "Friday I'm In Love" and "Just Like Heaven".
Known for such albums as "Disintegration"
The Cure was briefly signed to a German label Hansa Records in 1977, but no releases ever came from the partnership.
Robert Smith was inspired to change the creative direction of The Cure after going on tour with The Banshees in 1979.
The 1989 song "Lullaby" was inspired by dark and macabre lullabies from Robert Smith's childhood.
The Cure's list of Billboard 200 entries also include live albums Show and Paris, remix album Mixed Up, and compilations Japanese Whispers, Standing on a Beach, Greatest Hits and Join the Dots.