Wolfgang Van Halen, the bassist and the youngest member of Van Halen, has reacted to a debate among the fans of the band and named the song of them which did not feel as good as they believed at first, so they didn’t perform.

Wolf Van Halen has been quite active on Twitter for a long while answering the questions of his followers about his upcoming solo album, his father, Eddie Van Halen, his own tastes, and what he’s been doing during this self-quarantine period.

Recently, he has joined the discussion of two Van Halen fans on the platform about a song of the band, which has surprisingly never been performed live. The fans argued why the band never played their song, ‘Feels So Good,’ on stage, and asked Wolf.

Wolfgang responded with a sense of humor that perhaps it did not feel as good as they initially believed. After he explained with another tweet that he doesn’t know the exact reason, as well.

Feels So Good‘ was released as one of the tracks of Van Halen’s eighth studio album, ‘OU812.’ The album came out in 1988 and is the second to feature vocalist Sammy Hagar. Van Halen started work on the album in September 1987 and completed it in April 1988, just one month before its release.

Here is what the fan of Van Halen, whose name is Eddie, said on Twitter and started the debate:

“How come VH never played ‘Feels So Good‘ live?”

Another fan, whose name is Greg, said:

I don’t know. Wolf Van Halen may have insight into why.”

Wolfgang responded as:

“Perhaps it did not feel as ‘good’ as they initially believed.”

He also added:

“But yeah, I dunno.”

You can see the tweets and check out the song, ‘Feels So Good,’ below.