No. You will need pure argon for a shielding gas (or a mix of argon and helium if your machine were powerful enough, but it isn't)
Also, the 120V MIGs just don't have the power to weld aluminum more than 1/8" and barely at that. And you need to be welding at least 14 gauge to even have a chance of doing it without burn-through. It's just rarely worth it with these small machines, especially since you WILL have trouble feeding the wire through the 10-foot gun, even if you use the stiffer 5356 alloy, which doesn't weld nearly as easily as the 4043 alloy.
Coated aluminum rods are for welding with oxy-acetylene, not MIG welding.