Air Liquide (band)

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Air Liquide
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Air Liquide
Background information
OriginCologne, Germany
GenresAcid House
Ambient techno
Years active1991–present
Rising High
Sm:)e Communications
MembersIngmar Koch
Cem Oral
Past membersMary Applegate

Air Liquide is a German electronic band, which is composed of Ingmar Koch (a.k.a. "Dr Walker") and Cem Oral (a.k.a. "Jammin' Unit")[1] which was formed in 1991 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Koch and Oral continued to record together under the pseudonyms Madonna 303[2] and Jammin' Unit & Walker.[3]


Oral and Koch in 1991 met at a recording studio in Frankfurt.[4] After a variety of jam sessions in Koch Studio, the duo released Neue Frankfurter Elektronik Schule. Lyrics and vocals for some songs was contributed by Koch's former girlfriend Mary Susan Applegate.[1] Air Liquide was in the mid-1990s especially known for their live performances. The band broke up in 2005 after the previous year's album Let Your Ears Be the Receiver. The duo has continued to reunite and perform at various festivals since 2012.


  • Neue Frankfurter Elektronik Schule (1991)
  • Liquid Air EP (1992)
  • Air Liquide (1993)
  • Robot Wars (1994)
  • Nephology (1994)
  • If There Was No Gravity (1994)
  • The Increased Difficulty of Concentration (1994)
  • Abuse Your Illusions (1995)
  • Red (1995)
  • Black (1995)
  • Stroboplastics (1995)
  • Sonic Weather Machine (1995)
  • Homicidal Diary (1997)
  • Uludag (1998)
  • Reissued: Mandragora & Liquid Air (1998)
  • Anybody Home? (1999)
  • X (2001)
  • Music is a Virus (2002)
  • Let Your Ears Be the Receiver (2004)
  • This Is A Mind Trip (2019)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b Colin Larkin, ed. (2000). The Virgin Encyclopedia of Nineties Music (First ed.). Virgin Books. p. 12. ISBN 0-7535-0427-8.
  2. ^ Madonna 303 Discography at, accessed on January 9, 2010
  3. ^ Jammin' Unit & Walker Discography at, accessed on January 9, 2010
  4. ^ Robert Klanten: Localizer 1.0. Die Gestalten, 1995, ISBN 3-931-12600-5

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