Perhaps Brendan Canning paid too close attention to those posters adorning the walls of every elementary school, the ones that say, “There’s no ‘I’ in ‘teamwork.’” As a founding member of Broken Social Scene, he’s contributed to some of the most intricately layered, most drooled over indie rock of recent years, but now, with the release of his so-so solo debut — the latest in a series of albums penned by individual members of the collective but performed by the group — it seems safe to assume that some Scenesters played a bigger role than others. Not that Something for All of Us is a failure. ‘Churches Under the Stairs’ is like a Phil Spector pop number hiding under cloudy swirls of keys, strings and brass. In a departure from BSS’ noted orchestrated jumbles, ‘Snowballs and Icicles’ sees Canning channeling a pained Elliott Smith over acoustic guitars. But while ditching the hidden hooks works here, it doesn’t elsewhere. There are tracks spoiled with disco beats and spacey futuristic synths — ideas that I’d like to think Kevin Drew and the gang would’ve axed in the developmental stage if it were up to them.