Van Halen's Scalpers, Whitney Houston's Album
Van Halen's Scalpers, Whitney Houston's Album

In this Tuesday's edition of the Daily Noise, brought to you by Fuse and Billboard, Van Halen partnered with scalpers, Sublime reunites and Whitney Houston releases her new album.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Van Halen pulled up to 500 of the best seats at approximately 20 concerts featuring original singer David Lee Roth during their fall 2007 tour before offering the tickets to fans at face value. This maneuver allowed the band to make an extra $1 million. Punk reggae rockers Sublime are reuniting with a new singer at this year's Smokeout Festival in San Bernardino, Calif. The group split in 1996 after lead singer/guitarist Bradley Nowell died from a drug overdose. New albums out this week include Whitney Houston's "I Look To You," The Used's "Artwork" and actress Juliette Lewis' "Terra Incognita."