Speaking of demos, here's a recently unearthed gem from Method Man. The folks at 2DopeBoyz have found this early, rough version of the Wu-Tang Clan rapper's "All I Need" off his 1994 debut, Tical. Most of us know it as "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By," which was a duet-style single with Mary J. Blige. But here, we're hearing the track without Mary and without Streetlife, who appeared on the album version of "All I Need." Instead of their vocals, we hear foul-mouthed, unidentified women talking all sorts of nasty shit. It's kind of hilarious, and who knows where the track would have went if they went with this version.