Positive Tone

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Positive Tone
FounderJeff Siah, Kenny Tay
Distributor(s)EMI Music Publishing Sdn. Bhd.
Country of originMalaysia
LocationKuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Positive Tone Sdn. Bhd. was a Malaysian record label, established in 1993 by Jeff Siah and Kenny Tay.[1][2]

The label's first release is Leonard Tan's debut album. After Paul Moss and Ahmad Izham Omar joined Positive Tone, the label become one of Malaysia's top recording companies. In 1998, Positive Tone was acquired by EMI Malaysia, after the 1997 Asian financial crisis.

Some of the company's famous act includes Too Phat, Poetic Ammo, Reefa, VE, Ruffedge, Juliet The Orange, Nicestupidplayground and Innuendo. The label was closed in 2003, and all Positive Tone artists was absorbed into EMI Malaysia. As part of EMI's withdrawal from Southeast Asia market in 2008, EMI Malaysia was closed. The compilation album Best of Positive Tone was the last album to be released by EMI Malaysia.

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  1. ^ "10 moments that defined urban Malaysian music". JUICE Online. 29 August 2009. Retrieved 17 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Artis-artis EMI dan Positive Tone tunjuk kehebatan". Utusan Malaysia. 19 November 2000. Archived from the original on 29 December 2018. Retrieved 17 December 2009.

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