The Queen’s Guard paid tribute to Meat Loaf with a rendition of “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” at Buckingham Palace.

In other Meat Loaf news, and not surprisingly, sales and streams of his music exploded after his death on Thursday.

On Friday, after the news of his death spread, his streams rose 4,650%.  But that’s nothing compared to his sales.  Album sales jumped by 18,684%, and song sales skyrocketed by 33,793%.

Thanks to that bump, Meat Loaf’s classic 1977 debut album “Bat Out of Hell” could jump back into the Top 10 on the Billboard 200.