By Jessica Goodman
Updated September 14, 2015 at 01:00 PM EDT
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Elvis Presley’s new posthumous album, If I Can Dream, due out Oct. 30, will feature versions of his classic songs reworked by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with vocals from various artists like Michael Bublé, Il Volo, and Duane Eddy.

Now, we have a preview of the record: Bublé’s track, “Fever,” debuted over at PEOPLE on Monday, and in a video clip, he talks about lending his voice to Presley’s iconic tune. “I do open my show with it,” he said, “and I always loved it. I think it’s a really incredible sexy, smoldering song… For me to do this today is one of the greatest things I’ve ever done. this is a highlight of my career.”

Hear the track below and for more, head to PEOPLE.

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