Here's another entry in the "cash in on spies" sweepstakes of the 1960s.
It's titled Thunderball and Other Thriller Music, but I'm not so sure that the term "thriller" is always applicable. I found a listing for The Young Set as a 1965 talk show on ABC. A talk show? Before the term "the knack" was used as the name of a musical group of "My Sharona," fame, The Knack was a 1965 sex comedy film completely titled The Knack ... and How to Get It.
Maybe the thrill is in figuring out programming quandaries like these? These are the tracks:
01 - Thunderball (from the film “Thunderball”)
02 - The Knack (from the film “The Knack”)
03 - Theme from “The F.B.I.”
04 - A Man Alone (from the film “The Ipcress File”)
05 - Theme from “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.”
06 - Mister Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (from the film “Thunderball”)
07 - Theme for “Honey West”
08 - I Spy (from the TV show “I Spy”)
09 - Theme from “Trials of O'Brien”
10 - The Young Set (from the film “The Young Set”)
Now you can get your thrill.