Feed Me With Your Kiss is probably the less valuable of the singles that accompanied Isn't Anything (the other being You Made Me Realise), but only by a very little bit -- considering the fact that My Bloody Valentine's output is anything but prolific, every scrap of their brilliance is a welcome find. Once again, the recordings are a perfect companion to the album around which they were released. They don't feel like songs that weren't quite good enough for Isn't Anything; they might display some of the stylistic tendencies of the Ecstasy and Wine period, but they're just as worthwhile as the album tracks.
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AllMusic Review by Nitsuh Abebe