Houston Tops Charts, Spider Named After Bowie, Boys Like Girls Release Album

In this Wednesday edition of the Daily Noise, brought to you by Fuse and Billboard, Whitney Houston storms to the top of the charts, David Bowie gets an unlikely honor, and Boys Like Girls release their sophomore effort.

Whitney Houston is back to No. 1 on Billboard's Top 200 chart with her latest release "I Look To You." The album sold 305,000 copies in its first week. Other newcomers to the Top 10 were Trey Songz with "Ready," Insane Clown Posse's "Bang! Pow! Boom!" Chevelle's "Sci-Fi Crimes," Pitbull's "Rebelution," and the Used's "Artwork."

Meanwhile, David Bowie had a rare large, yellow Malaysian spider named after him this week in tribute to him and his 1972 album "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars," and Boston rockers Boys Like Girls released their second album, "Love Drunk," yesterday (Sept. 9). The band is touring in support of the set through November.