SPLENDID E-ZINE: Dann Baker and Love Camp 7 have made the rare record that pursues and thoroughly captures the spirit, if not the sound, of post-Pet Sounds Brian Wilson . . . their songs, like "Not Cool Enough for Daryl Genis's Party," fully capture the fragile, awkward moments of adolescence with honesty and love. If you're a big fan of the Beach Boys circa 1968-75, you'll love this. If you aren't acquainted with Love Camp 7, you'll see my footprints still fresh on that same sand. Follow them, and you'll find yourself in a record store, browsing through the section in which Love Camp 7's previous, highly acclaimed albums wait to be discovered. As the group provides one of the most interesting and genuine voices on the culture of adolescence-a subject few music lovers don't adore-it's hard not to hear Vacation Village without making Love Camp 7 your latest semi-obscure musical obsession. I haven't invested in their back catalog yet, but I have to assume from Vacation Village that previous reviewers have been correct, and that Love Camp 7 are one of America's most neglected treasures.