Record Collections also features the voices of Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon, Kyle Falconer from The View, former Pipettes singer Rose Elinor Dougall, US rapper Ghostface Killah and Q-Tip.
Ronson, who debuted the album at The Ivy Club in London's West End on Thursday, said 'Somebody To Love Me' sung by the ex-Culture Club singer is "probably the best" track.
He told The Sun: "George's voice still has that innocence but now it's like a weather-beaten instrument."
Ronson's first single 'Bang, Bang, Bang' is out in July.
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