What program for Windows 7 can I use to automatically organize my music?

I need an extremely accurate program to automatically organize and pull all the album art for all my music tracks. iTunes / iTunes Match likes to play games with people for some reason, and I have too many tracks and too little time to sit here and go through this all manually. Does such a program exist, or am I shit up creek,?
I need this music tagged properly so I can upload it all to iCloud.

There is a free missing music finder, album artwork fetcher, and itunes duplicates remover all in one, which I found out about here:

http://itunescleanup.wordpress.com/get-rid-of-itunes-duplicates/

It looks that they will offer the program for free for some time to come.

2 thoughts on “What program for Windows 7 can I use to automatically organize my music?

  1. The Windows Media Player does this, if you allow it to do so. Most songs that have been released on commercially-made CDs are in the database that the Windows Media Player consults when you allow it to connect to the Internet. Some songs will need to be ‘corrected’ by you manually, but for the most part I’ve had really good luck getting my songs organized by the Windows Media Player.

    You may need to go into the Windows Media Player settings and change them to allow the Windows Media Player to arrange the music files. Then you’ll need to allow the Windows Media Player to do that work. Then you may need to look at all the songs in your Windows Media Player’s listing and ‘correct’ some that aren’t ‘recognized’ the online database that the Windows Media Player uses.
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