I voted for me (duh), didn't vote for BlueLeafeon because of creepy tunes in her playlist, and voted for kirant and Elwood due to feeling like they had the tracks that stood out the most to me out of what other people had to offer.
Life Will Change
This isn't really a specific feeling I have towards this track, but rather the way I feel hearing any of P5's vocal tracks. There's probably a huge bias in how much the visual aesthetic helps convey its awesomeness, but I found that since I usually don't find myself exposed to this type of music and how much it contributed to the hype it got me for the idea of the story centering around individuals who consider themselves phantom thieves, it's gained a distinctive quality that I feel compliments what it was meant for better than anything designed for ambience, though that isn't to say that it isn't a good song without its context either.
The Battle for Everyone's Souls
So to be honest when I hear this song I feel like it's got a certain repetition about it that sort of makes it feel like it drags on, but at the same time this allows for a kind of relaxed feeling as it transitions into its following phases in addition to giving an atmosphere of getting pumped up for something climatic. It's not overbearing, but manages to convey a sense of strength and elegance with its stability and mixture of sounds that have contrasting connotations associated with them. Definitely great for looping.
I'm feeling someone approaching. Someone unstoppable. Someone who can take on a hundred opponents without breaking a sweat has just jumped into the fray. Listening to the original length (kirant's link is actually slightly extended) alongside its speed and choice of instruments gives me a sense that no efforts on the part of who this track belongs to were in vain. A straightforward, no-nonsense track that overwhelms you with awe.
Blue Bird Lamentation
It uses a music box. That's a lot it has going for it in itself, and it's also the only instrument that is used throughout the entire track. No matter how epic the rest of the sounds try to be, it never overshadows the sound of the music box because of its unusual nature, a very small, reserved set of sounds, almost fading away, and with the implied context this track provides, that tells you something about what happened. What's left after all that's been done. It almost makes me want to reach out, to come closer and closer to reclaim what little could have remained to fight for out there, perhaps in disbelief of having lost that forever.
I climbed that ladder too.
Dr. Wily's Castle
To be honest I wouldn't really say that I particularly like this track(not that I dislike it either), but something that I do know is that I heard it over 8 years ago and wondered all this time just what the source for the tune actually was. Coming across it now and realizing it was worth remembering for all this time is something remarkable in itself.
Trooper and the Maid
Let's be real here how often do you get to indulge in a sea shanty amongst ye hearty maties in a videogame. This is the track that made me vote Elwood over bblues. It's like the last drink you've downed at the end of a satisfying meal. There's something great about concluding his playlist on this of all things.