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We've been fans of them for years, so it seems only natural that Il Divo's Greatest Hits collection gets the Classic FM album guide treatment - let us show you exactly what Sébastien, Carlos, David and Urs have in store on their latest album…
As if the music from Titanic wasn't romantic enough already, the Il Divo boys found a way to trump Celine Dion's classic movie song for sheer emotional power. A belter to begin with!
An old one, but a good one. This incredible song has gone on an equally incredible journey from Dolly Parton (who wrote it) to Whitney Houston to Il Divo. No prizes for guessing which one we like best…
Il Divo tread the line between pop and classical perfectly, especially on this track which uses Martini's Plaisir D'Amour as its basis - oh, and Elvis Presley.
A chance for Urs to take centre stage with this 80s pop classic, here given a distinctly operatic twist.
Another stone-cold pop classic turned into a soaring operatic ballad.
All the greats have tackled this simple song at some point, including the great Andrea Bocelli, but here the Il Divo boys put their own stamp on it.
This Mariah Carey number was a huge success for the boys back in 2006, and you can enjoy it all over again with their Greatest Hits.
Toni Braxton made it famous, but Il Divo made it operatic! This is a gorgeous rendition of the famously impassioned hit from the 90s.
"There's a plaaaaace for us…" Come on, you all know this one. And who better to sing it than Carlos and the boys?
All the boys take turns on leading this intimate number, before coming together at the end for a romantic flourish.
Another pop number turned into an Italian operatic ditty, but this time it's everyone's favourite 80s classic.
Proof that you could take any one of Il Divo home to meet your mum, this emotional tribute to a mother's love will have you reaching for the tissues by the time it's over.
A live favourite on Il Divo's huge arena tours and DVDs, this Albinoni-inspired song is, as the title suggest, a real slow-burner.
As made famous by Nilsson and Mariah Carey (not together, obviously), Il Divo show that they're well up on their 80s pop.
Another haunting performances from the kings of crossover.
It's not just pop and opera with these guys - here, they tackle one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's most enduring songs with aplomb. Stirring stuff.
You can almost hear the bow ties being loosened for this one… Frank Sinatra's signature song is given a fresh lick of paint.
Well, they couldn't really finish with anything else, could they? Made famous by Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman, Il Divo restore the original Italian lyrics and wave farewell from their Greatest Hits. Bravo, boys!