If your iTunes looked in the mirror, it'd say, "I'm sloppy, bloated, and sometimes I don't even know who I am anymore". Give your digital music a makeover, with TuneUp.
TuneUp's a so-easy-a-cavefish-could-do-it iTunes organizer, cleaner-upper, and beautifier, with additional functions that'll expand your musical horizons so far, you'll be like, damn, I wish I had some sort of telescopic device that would allow me to see the end of my musical horizons. The features:
Clean: Tired of listening to "Track 01", the un-killable hit by "Unknown Artist"? TuneUp's acoustic fingerprinting nails down all your incomplete title/artist/album info, after which you'll be horrified to learn that for six years you've listened to nothing but Matthew Sweet.
Cover Art: Does it pain you to listen to Shaq Diesel without being able to gaze longingly into Shaq's menacing yet sensuous eyes? TuneUp will fill in all your missing cover art -- so (You Know It's Got) Skillz.
Concerts: Notifies you when a band in your library's coming to town, even if that band is O-Town.
Tuniverse: Directs you to songs & vids on the web directly related to whatever you're playing; if you're jamming to ToTo's "Africa", you might get taken to "ToTo Live in Africa" -- your most meta moment since listening to "Rosanna" while watching Rosanna Arquette on Law & Order: Criminal Intent. And how about that Vincent D'Onofrio?
Downloading TuneUp is excruciatingly easy. You can even give it as a gift, so even if you're sloppy and bloated, your friends won't say "I don't even know who you are anymore".